The Great Exodus: Ukrainians abroad express dismay at news in homeland

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Dec. 22, 2011, 11:59 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Natalia A. Feduschak

A group of Ukrainian immigrants in Clifton, New Jersey circa 1930. The photograph includes members of Ukrainian-Canadian scholar Frank E. Sysyn’s family – his grandfather, grandmother, three aunts and his uncle, John, who returned to his native village of Mshanets, Lviv Oblast at the age of 96 and lived to 100.
© Courtesy of Frank E. Sysyn

Natalia A. Feduschak

Editor’s Note: For centuries, Ukrainians have left their homeland and gone abroad. Part 4 of The Great Exodus series explores how Ukrainians in North America define their cultural heritage.
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