Avgustyn Voloshyn

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.wikipedia
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Carpatho-Ukraine

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He was president of the independent Carpatho-Ukraine, which existed for one day on March 15, 1939. During the total destruction of Czechoslovakia by Hitler's Germany in March 1939, he tried to proclaim the Carpatho-Ukraine independence and became president of Carpatho-Ukraine for a few hours (March 15, 1939) with the help of the rest of the Czechoslovak army and made to the Kingdom of Romania a proposal for unification, but he was refused and one day later the region was invaded by the Hungarians.
It was declared an independent republic by Avgustyn Voloshyn on 15 March 1939.

Ruthenian Peasants Party

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In 1925, he was voted as MP in Houses of Parliament in Prague (as a leader of Ruthenian National Christian Party).
The most prominent personality in the party was Avgustyn Voloshyn, a renowned linguist from Uzhhorod.

Kingdom of Hungary

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Voloshyn was born on March 17, 1874 in Kelechyn in Carpathian Ruthenia, in the Máramaros County of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Hungary rejected the independence of Carpatho-Ukraine and, between 14 March and 18 March, Hungarian armed forces occupied the rest of Carpathian Ruthenia and ousted the government of Avgustyn Voloshyn.

Uzhhorod

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He studied at Uzhhorod School of Theology and at Budapest University.
Avhustyn Voloshyn, a Subcarpathian politician, teacher, and essayist

Carpathian Ruthenia

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Voloshyn was born on March 17, 1874 in Kelechyn in Carpathian Ruthenia, in the Máramaros County of the Kingdom of Hungary. On 26 October 1938, president Hácha named Voloshyn to the head of the government of Subcarpathian Autonomous Region.
The remainder of Carpathian Rus received autonomy, with Avhustyn Voloshyn as prime minister of the autonomous government.

Carpathian Ruthenia during World War II

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Military history of Carpathian Ruthenia during World War II
On 15 March, Carpatho-Ukraine declared its independence as the Republic of Carpatho-Ukraine, with the Reverend Avhustyn Voloshyn as head of state.

First Vienna Award

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First Vienna Arbitration
Five days later Subcarpathian Prime Minister Andriy Borody was placed under arrest in Prague, and Subcarpathian Foreign Minister Avhustyn Voloshyn was appointed prime minister in his stead.

Hero of Ukraine

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In 2002, by the decree of the then Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma, Avhustyn Voloshyn was awarded the title of Hero of Ukraine and given the Order of State posthumously.
The Bandera's case recipients of the award also include Avgustyn Voloshyn, Vasyl Stus, Oleksa Hirnyk, Kuzma Derevyanko, Alexei Berest, Hryhory Kytasty, Valeriy Lobanovskyi and others.

Butyrka prison

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He died in 19 July 1945 in Moscow's Butyrka prison.
Avgustyn Voloshyn, former president of Carpatho-Ukraine, died in Butyrka in 1945

Ukrainians

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

Politician

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

List of essayists

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

Mukachevo

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

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Rev. Avgustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn (о.Авґустин Волошин, Августин Волошин, Augustin Vološin, 17 March 1874 – 19 July 1945) was a Ukrainian (Czechoslovak) politician, teacher, essayist, priest of the Mukacheve eparchy of the Greek-Catholic Church.

Mizhhirya Raion

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Voloshyn was born on March 17, 1874 in Kelechyn in Carpathian Ruthenia, in the Máramaros County of the Kingdom of Hungary.

Máramaros County

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Voloshyn was born on March 17, 1874 in Kelechyn in Carpathian Ruthenia, in the Máramaros County of the Kingdom of Hungary.

Eötvös Loránd University

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He studied at Uzhhorod School of Theology and at Budapest University.

Czechoslovakia

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In 1918, he became head of the Subcarpathian National Council, which in 1919 asked Czechoslovakia to confederate Carpathian Ruthenia into Czechoslovakia.

Prague

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In 1925, he was voted as MP in Houses of Parliament in Prague (as a leader of Ruthenian National Christian Party).

Emil Hácha

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On 26 October 1938, president Hácha named Voloshyn to the head of the government of Subcarpathian Autonomous Region.

Adolf Hitler

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During the total destruction of Czechoslovakia by Hitler's Germany in March 1939, he tried to proclaim the Carpatho-Ukraine independence and became president of Carpatho-Ukraine for a few hours (March 15, 1939) with the help of the rest of the Czechoslovak army and made to the Kingdom of Romania a proposal for unification, but he was refused and one day later the region was invaded by the Hungarians.

Germany

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During the total destruction of Czechoslovakia by Hitler's Germany in March 1939, he tried to proclaim the Carpatho-Ukraine independence and became president of Carpatho-Ukraine for a few hours (March 15, 1939) with the help of the rest of the Czechoslovak army and made to the Kingdom of Romania a proposal for unification, but he was refused and one day later the region was invaded by the Hungarians.

Kingdom of Romania

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During the total destruction of Czechoslovakia by Hitler's Germany in March 1939, he tried to proclaim the Carpatho-Ukraine independence and became president of Carpatho-Ukraine for a few hours (March 15, 1939) with the help of the rest of the Czechoslovak army and made to the Kingdom of Romania a proposal for unification, but he was refused and one day later the region was invaded by the Hungarians.

Hungary

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Carpathian Ruthenia was occupied by Hungary.