Marian Panchyshyn

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Marian Panchyshyn, Ukrainian: Мар'я́н Панчи́шин (1882 in Lviv, Austria-Hungary - October 9, 1943 in Munich, Germany) was a Ukrainian medical doctor and public figure. He was both member of a healing organization, and vice-president of the Ukrainian Republic proclaimed on June 30, 1941.

Medical career[edit]

Markian Panchyshyn was a member of the social network "Narodna Lichnytsia" ({lang-ua:Народна Лічниця}).

Panchyshyn was considered to be the most popular doctor in Western Ukraine.[1]

Role in the 1941 Ukrainian State Administration[edit]

Because of his medical prowess, Panchyshyn was elected as Minister of Health of Ukrainian State Administration on June 30, 1941.

Unfortunately, this did not survive the persecution of the Nazis. He was forced to flee into exile, with other members of the Ukrainian government.

Death[edit]

Marian Panchyshyn died in Munich, Germany, on October 9, 1943.[2]

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