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Yuri Hasenko

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Political party  Paris

Name  Yuri Hasenko
Died  1933
Yuri Hasenko
Preceded by  Volodyslav Dashkevych-Horbatsky

Succeeded by  Kostiantyn Matsiyevych

Yuri Hasenko (Ukrainian: Юрій Гасенко) (1894 – † 1933, Paris) was an Ukrainian statesman and public figure, writer and journalist, diplomat. He was member of the Union of Ukrainian Journalists and Writers in Vienna.


Professional career and experience

In 1917 – he was personal Adjutant General Secretary of Military Affairs Symon Petliura. The following year – a member of the Ukrainian delegation at the peace negotiations in Brest. 14 December 1917, General Secretariat of the Ukrainian People's Republic issued mandate to Yuri Hasenko to perform special mission abroad. He managed to carry out a number of important events of diplomatic and intelligence character in Vienna, Berlin, Paris, London, Rome, Washington and some other capitals. In 1919–1920 – he was associate Ukrainian Embassy in Romania. Then in exile in Germany and Czechoslovakia. On 11 March 1920 – he was chairman of the Ukrainian national flying club in Vienna.

Author works

  • Ist Cholmland polnisch oder ukrainisch? Lausanne, 1918 (Le Pays du Cholm. Est il polonais ou ukrainien? Lausanne, 1918).
  • Les Etats-Unis de la Mer Noire. Vienne-Bucarest, 1918.
  • Feuille à ajouter au Dictionnaire encyclopédique Larousse, page 1630, au mot Ukraine d'après les dernières données de la science. Bucarest, 1919.
  • A qui doit appartenir la Bucovine? (1919)
  • La République Ukrainienne, son histoire, sa géographie et sa vie économique. Bucarest, 1919 (Republica Ucrainiasǎ. Teritoriul, populaţia, viaţa economicǎ. Bucureşti, 1919).
  • Die Ukraina in ihren ethnographischen Grenzen. Wien, [o.J.]
  • L'Ukraine, carte comparative géographique, écomomique, étnographique. Bucarest, 1919
  • The Republic of Ukraine (1919)
  • References

    Yuri Hasenko Wikipedia

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