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Updated: Feb 4, 2020

For Immediate Release (4 February 2020) - Ottawa

The Almanac of Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen is now available online on the website of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation.

This Ukrainian-language document (with an English foreword) provides information about many of the thousands of Ukrainian Canadian men and women who volunteered for service overseas with the Canadian armed forces during the Second World War, including photographs, casualty lists, and other details. Produced in 1946 by the Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood of Canada, this rare document has been restored, and is now being made available in support of the Heroes of Their Day project.

The UCCLF calls upon all Canadians of Ukrainian heritage to remember those who defended our freedom during the Second World War and then helped rescue thousands of Ukrainian Displaced Persons and victims of the war, particularly on May 8, 2020, the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (V-E Day).

Visit and scroll down to see the Almanac of Ukrainian Canadian Servicemen, available in six PDFs.


The Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation (UCCLF) is dedicated to advancing knowledge among Canadians and the world community about historic and contemporary civil liberties issues affecting Ukrainian Canadians.

The UCCLF is a non-profit registered Canadian charity, registered charitable organization number: 88169 2818 RR0001. To donate by cheque, please mail to:

UCCLF 48 Wood Crest Close SW Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2W 3P9

1 Comment

May 12, 2020

I remember my father talking about how his brother Peter Lucyk was a Merchant Marine, but there isn't much information dad could share with us and I wish I knew more about Peter's services with the Merchant Marines

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