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Baleĭ, Petro

LC control no.n 81138335
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Personal name headingBaleĭ, Petro
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Variant(s)Балей, Петро
Baley, Peter
Baley Petro
See alsoAlternate identity: Osynka, Paladiĭ
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Birth date19120129
Death date20030927
Place of birthOshchiv (Ukraine)
Place of deathClark County (Nev.)
Field of activityUkraine--Politics and government Translating and interpreting Journalism Agriculture Engineering
AffiliationBereza Kartuska (Concentration camp) Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Profession or occupationPolitical prisoners Authors Translators Journalists
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inObezvlasnene suspilʹstvo, 1981: t.p. (Petro Baleĭ) added t.p. (Peter Baley)
Obezvlasnene suspilʹstvo, 2003: t.p. (Petro Baleĭ) p. 728 (b. 1912 in Oshchiv, Hrubeshivsʹkyĭ povit in the Kholm region; emigrated to California after WWII)
Wikipedia (Ukrainian), September 30, 2014: Baleĭ Petro Nesterovych (Балей Петро Несторович = Baleĭ Petro Nesterovych; born January 29 (16 Old Style), 1912 in Oshchiv; died September 27, 2003 in Clark, Nevada; Ukrainian writer, translator, journalist; held in Bereza Kartuska prison by the Poles in the 1930s; later held in Auschwitz by the Nazis in the 1940s; eventually moved to United States and worked in agriculture and engineering)
Encyclopedia of Ukrainian Diaspora WWW page, September 30, 2014: Baley Petro (Baley Petro; Балей Петро = Baleĭ Petro; wrote also under the pseudonym Паладiй Осинка = Paladiĭ Osynka)
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