Sikevych, Volodymyr

Image - Hetman Pavlo Skoropadsky with General Volodymyr Sikevych. Image - Volodymyr Sikevych

Sikevych, Volodymyr [Сікевич, Володимир; Sikevyč], b 5 September 1870 in Tarashcha, Kyiv gubernia, d 27 July 1952 in Toronto. Military and political leader. He served as a colonel in the general staff of the Russian army. During the Ukrainian struggle for independence (1917–20) he served as brigadier general of the Army of the Ukrainian National Republic and head of the Repatriation Commission of the UNR consulates in Hungary and Austria (1919–20). From 1924 he lived in Canada (Winnipeg and Toronto) and was active in Ukrainian veterans' organizations. He was feted in 1937 in Toronto on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his military career; a jubilee book commemorating his life and the festivities was published not long thereafter. Sikevych wrote Storinky iz zapysnoï knyzhky (Pages from a Notebook, 7 vols, 1943–51).

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]




List of related links from Encyclopedia of Ukraine pointing to Sikevych, Volodymyr entry:


A referral to this page is found in 4 entries.



Click Home to get to the IEU Home page; to contact the IEU editors click Contact.
To learn more about IEU click About IEU and to view the list of donors and to become an IEU supporter click Donors.  
 

©2001 All Rights Reserved. Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.