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* Arnold Margolin, the author of the present article, has been in close touch with the Ukrainian movement since the second Russian revolution of 1917. Under the Central Rada (Parliament) and later under the Government of Hetman Skoropadsky, he was Judge of the Ukrainian Superior Court. After the departure of the German forces from Ukrainia and the resignation of Skoropadsky (December, 1918) the administrative power was transferred to the Ukrainian Directorate, headed by Vinnichenko and Fetlura. During this period M. Margolin was for some time Assistant Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Ukrainian Government, and was subsequently a member of the Ukrainian delegation a t the Peace Conference in Paris (Summer of 1919). During the first half of 1920 he was the head of the Ukrainian diplomatic mission to England.
A. Margolin*; The New Map of Europe and the Ukraine. Current History 1 May 1922; 16 (2): 309–316. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19188.8.131.529
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