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Dovbush, Oleksa Vasylʹovych, 1700-1745


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    • Dovbuš, Oleksa, 1700-1745
    • Dovbushchukiv, 1700-1745
    • Doboszcz, Olexa, 1700-1745
    • Doboszczuk, Olexa, 1700-1745
    • Dovbushchuk, 1700-1745
    • Dobosz, Ołeksa, 1700-1745
    • Doboszczuk, Aleksy, 1700-1745
    • Dovbush, Oleksa, 1719-1745
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      • Dovbush, Oleksa, 1719-1745
    • Sources

      • found: Oleksa Dovbush, 1994:t.p. (Oleksa Dovbush; 1700-1745) p. 216, etc. (Dovbushchukiv, Olexa Doboszcz, Olexa Doboszczuk)
      • found: Orgelbranda. Encykl. Powszechna:v. 4, p. 400 (Dobosz, Ołeksa (Aleksy Doboszczuk); leader of oprichniks in Ukrainian Galicia)
      • found: Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.:v. 3, p. 417 (Dovbush, Oleksa Vasylʹovych; b. 1700, d. 08-24-1745; leader of antifeudal movement of seli︠a︡n-opryshkiv during the 1730-1740s. Dovbush was successful in his battles against oppression and is celebrated in Ukrainian literature)
      • found: Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 3rd ed.:v. 8, p. 379 (Dovbush, Oleksa Vasilʹevich, 1700-1745; leader of Carpathian-oprichniks against the feudal-serf-holding landlords)
      • found: LC PreMARC file(hdg.: Dovbush, Oleksa, 1719-1745)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 1, p. 749 (Dovbush, Oleksa [Dovbuš], also known as Dovbushchuk; b. 1700 in Pechenizhyn, d. 24 Aug. 1745 in Kosmach. A Ukrainian Robin Hood, chief of Carpathian opryshoks. He became an outlaw with his brother Ivan and led a band of 30-50 men. Local peasants admired him for he took from the landlords, usurers, merchants, nobles and redistributed it to the poor. Dovbush's band was mostly active in the Hutsul region and in Pokutia, but sometimes raided Podilia. For several years Polish military expeditions sought to capture Dovbush, who was finally betrayed by one of his own men. His legend captured the popular imagination and left a lasting mark in Ukrainian folklore, literature, art, music, ballet, and film)
      • notfound: Russian Brockhaus
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      • 1995-02-28: new
      • 2000-11-14: revised
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