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Vasyl Nedaykasha. The Case “Zhuk” (“Beetle»)

The Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine has declassified archival documents about the Soviet Union’s security organs’ attempts in 1933-1936 to re-recruit one of the leaders of the Intelligence Service of the Ukrainian People’s Republic Vasyl Nedaykasha.

Under the Law of Ukraine “On Access to Archives of Repressive Organs of the Totalitarian Communist Regime of 1917-1991», the  Branch State Archive of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine has declassified and converted into electronic form for further study two volumes of the case “Vasyl Nedaykasha”.

The declassified materials allow researchers and anyone interested in the history of our country, to read the original documents that show the OGPU agents’ repeated attempts to establish  contacts with Vasyl Nedaykasha during his residing in France,  to attract him to work, to encourage the disclosure of the intelligence network of immigrant UPR government in the territory of the Soviet Ukraine and to assist in the OGPU’s attempts  to re-recruit the Chief  of the Security Service of the UPR in exile General- Khorunzhyi (Lieutenant- General)  Vsevolod Zmiyenko.

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Vasyl Nedaykasha. The Case “Zhuk” (“Beetle»)

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