Synonyms for spadshchyna or Related words with spadshchyna

ukraina              ukrayina              makariv              vostoka              zoria              carpatho              nacionalne              podberezkin              serhiychuk              shashkevych              stefanyk              halychyna              okhtyrka              literaturna              tarkhany              armyansk              fetrovyk              dzvin              vasylenko              ahatanhel              poltavka              karazin              holovatsky              vyshnevetsky              ukrainy              dobriany              ukrayinsk              starostyak              fedir              hayastan              klymovych              arkaim              ukrainska              kudrytsky              yakiv              vasylovych              bashkir              meliorator              pyrohiv              bukovyna              ukrayiny              rubizhne              kyivan              shevchenkivsky              kalynets              cherkessk              melitopol              polissya              chernivtsi              kalush             



Examples of "spadshchyna"
On October 18, 2008, Biletsky and other Patriot of Ukraine members were arrested during the Ukrainian Insurgent Army memorial march. In November 2008, Biletsky initiated the creation of the Social National Assembly (SNA) which included four other organizations: Spadshchyna (Heritage), Patriot of Ukraine (2005), Revolyutsiya i Derzhava (RiD, Revolution and State), and Slava i Chest (SiCh, Glory and Honor).
The Social-National Party of Ukraine (SNPU) was registered as a party on October 16, 1995; the constituent congress of the party took place on October 13, 1991, in Lviv. The party was established by the Soviet Afghan War veterans organization, the youth organization "Spadshchyna" ("Heritage", headed by Andriy Parubiy), the Lviv Student Fraternity (headed by Oleh Tyahnybok), the Rukh Guard (headed by Yaroslav Andrushkiv and Yuriy Kryvoruchko). The leader of the party was elected doctor Yaroslav Andrushkiv. The party adopted a party emblem that could be associated with fascist formation and in Europe is used by Neo-Nazi organizations.
The party was registered on October 16, 1995; although the original movement was founded on October 13, 1991, in Lviv. It was founded by the Student Fraternity of Lviv city, public organization of the Soviet Afghan War veterans, a youth organization "Spadshchyna" (Heritage) and the Rukh Guard. Its ideology was based on theoretical work of the OUN politician Yaroslav Stetsko "Two revolutions". According to "Der Spiegel" the "Social-National Party" title was an "intentional reference to Adolf Hitler's National Socialist party." Another echo was the use of the Wolfsangel logo, a symbol popular among neo-Nazi groups. The Ukrainian political scientist Vitaliy Kulyk however stated that while similar to signs used by Neo-Nazi organizations in Europe the sign Idea of the Nation has nothing to do with Wolfsangel and there were no actions that confirmed the party's Nazi image. Although there was an incident when on 21 September 1993 its "people's formations" came to the Verkhovna Rada building dressed all in black to differentiate themselves from woodland camouflaged UNA-UNSO activists.