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Vyacheslav Lypynsky

ukrainian historian

1882   -   1931

country of citizenship: Ukrainian State
language of expression: Polish, Ukrainian, French, Russian
educated at: Jagiellonian University, University of Geneva
occupation: historian, diplomat

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Vyacheslav Kazymyrovych Lypynsky (Polish: Wacław Lipiński, Ukrainian: Липинський В'ячеслав Казимирович) (April 5, 1882 — June 14, 1931) was a Ukrainian historian, social and political activist, an ideologue of Ukrainian conservatism. He was also the founder of the Ukrainian Democratic–Agrarian Party. Under the government of Hetmanate, he served as the Ukrainian ambassador to Austria.
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