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Adam Montrézor

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Adam Montrézor. Photograph from the Ukrainian passport, 1922

Count Adam Josepovich Montrézor (Ukrainian: Адам Йосипович Монтрезор; (*1888 — ?) — Ukrainian politician of the conservative wing. Leading figure in the Neo-Hetman Movement, founder of the Hetman organizations of Poland, one of the founders of the Ukrainian Union of State-Owned Growers.

The man is the eldest daughter of Hetman Ukraine Pavlo Skoropadskyi — Maria.

He came from an ancient Polonized French family, whose ancestor traveled to the Commonwealth in the XVIII century. Mother — Constance Vatslavivna came from the Lyubovids family.

Count Adam Montrézor was a close friend of Ukrainian conservative thinker Vyacheslav Lypynsky, a neighbor of his estates in the Uman region. Montrézor belonged to the French aristocratic family, whose representative was forced to flee to Poland from the persecution of Cardinal Richelieu in 1627..[1].

During the military campaign of Napoleon in Russia, the great-grandfather of Adam Montrézor, part of the French army, participated in hostilities. In the end, the genus Montresorians settled in the Ukrainian Podillya. From the end of the XIX century, representatives of the family took an active part in the Ukrainian national movement.

Having been one of the founders of the USSR, Count Adam Montrézor in the beginning of 1921 was incorporated into the Board of Jurors. Since 1930, he has been an active member of the UWCS in Warsaw.

Vyacheslav Lypynsky in his letters described Montrézor as a person «sincerely devoted to the Ukrainian national-national idea». In 1939, during the occupation of Polish territory by the German army, Adam Montrézor disappeared. According to rumors, murdered by red special services of the USSR in Volhynia. All searches, organized by Hetman Skoropadskyi and his daughter, proved to be in vain. The future of Adam Montrézor is unknown [2]

Work[edit | edit source]

  • «Duch natsii» i «duch zemli». Chiborobska Ukraina (1925)
  • Vyacheslav Lypynsky. V. Lypynsky yak ideolog i polityk (1931)
  • Duma pro Ukraijnu[3]

Reference[edit | edit source]

  1. Ostashko T. (2015-04-15). "Najstarša hetʹmanivna Skoropadsʹka". Ukrajinsʹkyj Tyždenʹ. Retrieved 2019-02-01.
  2. Patricia Kennedy, Grimsted (1998). ""The Odyssey of the Petliura Library and the Records of the Ukrainian National Republic during World War II."". Harvard Ukrainian Studies. 22: 181–208. JSTOR 41036737.
  3. Iryna, Dmytriv (2012). "Christian comprehension of national history in the works of "Logos" writers" (PDF). Actual Questions of the Humanities (in українська): 295–304. Retrieved 2019-02-01.

External links[edit | edit source]

  • Patricia Kennedy, Grimsted (1998). ""The Odyssey of the Petliura Library and the Records of the Ukrainian National Republic during World War II."". Harvard Ukrainian Studies 22 (1998). 22: 181–208. JSTOR 41036737.
  • Yuriy, Tereschenko (2002). Hetmanksy almanach. Kyiv. p. 124. ISBN 978-966-638-122-7.
  • "Svoboda. Ukrainian Daily. №38" (PDF). 1957.

Category:Ukrainian politicians before 1991 Category:1888 births


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