Gorbachev, tear down this wall. Many years later Mr. Martyniuk met his uncle who, once freed, was forced to live in Crimea. Once in the DP camp, they were still not safe.
The Allies had reached an accord at Yalta, kept secret at first, to repatriate, by force if necessary, all Soviet citizens found in Germany after the war. Life for the Martyniuks in Regensburg was pleasant enough. There were Ukrainian schools, a clinic, a library, newspapers, a drama troupe, religious and cultural institutions, and political parties, the ubiquitous Melnykivtsi and Banderivtsi.
Thanks to an aunt who had once lived in Oklahoma, the Martyniuks eventually landed in Lombard, Ill. Jaroslaw attended Ukrainian Saturday School and became active in Plast. Graduating from the University of Illinois, where he majored in accounting, political science and finance, he landed a position with Amoco Oil in downtown Chicago. Along the way, he studied French and worked on the campaign of Boris Antonovych, a Ukrainian attorney who was elected GOP state representative of the 19th District.
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Monte Rosa: Memoir of an Accidental Spy
I wrote to him. At the time I was working for The London Times and I asked him for comment because the European Court of Justice had praised his evidence for being trustworthy. I asked him for comment and he gave me a comment, which surprised me. He seemed to like it and he got back to me. I had been working in the States and had a green card, so it was easy for me to go over there.
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Then I started writing it and there were hours and hours on Skype with him. Not only did he speak with David, he also dealt with many of the dissidents, truly dangerous people. Sean knew the late Seamus McKenna, who drove the car bomb into Omagh, and clearly he has excellent contacts in that dark world. However, even he was surprised by how helpful dissidents were to him in writing a book about a man who so significantly weakened their organisation. But eventually I met him in court.