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Mr. Andrew Gregorovich

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Back in 1995, Andrew ..., 25 Jan 2014 [cached]
Back in 1995, Andrew Gregorovich of the FORUM Ukrainian Review argued that as "Kiev" was based on an old Ukrainian-language name for the city, and that Kyiv and other potential Roman transliterations - such as Kyjiv and Kyyiv - were confusing for English speakers, Kiev was just fine.
InfoUkes: Ukrainian History -- World War II in Ukraine, 21 Dec 2000 [cached]
Andrew Gregorovich
Copyright © 1995 by Andrew Gregorovich
Andrew Gregorovich
About the Author
Andrew Gregorovich is a third generation Canadian who heard the war on the radio. Educated at McMaster University and the University of Toronto, he has been a department head in the University of Toronto Library system for over 30 years. A past Chairman of the Toronto Historical Board, he is a member of the Centre for Russian and East European Studies and is on the Academic Board of the University of Toronto. He is Editor of FORUM Ukrainian Review.
Copyright © 1995 Andrew Gregorovich
Friends of Germany Coalition Latest News, 4 Mar 2012 [cached]
During this year's Memorial Week Commemoration, CGE had the pleasure announcing the lecture by Andrew Gregorovich on the Holodomor: Ukrainian famine-genocide of 1933.
Gregorovich is librarian Emeritus of the University of Toronto, where he was a Department Head for 30 years. A descendant of Ukrainian pioneers in Alberta who came to Canada in 1899, he served as Chairman of the Toronto Historical Board, President of the Ontario Library Association , and President of the Canadian Multilingual Press Federation. He was a board member of the Governing Council of the University of Toronto, served as executive Director of the Ukrainian Canadian Research & Documentation Centre, and is currently the President of the Taras Shevchenko Museum in Toronto.
InfoUkes: Ukrainian History -- Search for Ostarbeiters, 7 April 1997 [cached]
"If you know of any Ostarbeiters who would like to share their story and become a part of history we would like to talk to them", said UCRDC Managing Director Andrew Gregorovich in an interview recently."
Photo by Andrew Gregorovich from exhibit in the National Museum of World War II in Kiev.
1998 Commemoration, 1 Nov 1998 [cached]
The UCRDC's director, Andrew Gregorovich, cautioned that the work of educating the public is never done.
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