Lessons in the Tragic History of Church-Religious Life in Ukraine

Authors

  • Nadiya G. Stokolos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/2002.22.1340

Abstract

As the massacre of the Greek Catholic Church was going on, as the Lviv Cathedral was held in March 1946, much has been written by historians, religious scholars, publicists, and theologians. The archival documents that became available for research cover not only new facts pertaining to this event, but also reveal the strategic and tactical plans of the senior state and party leadership of the USSR, their direct participation in the implementation of this action.

Published

2002-05-21

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