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Ukrainian American Immigrant Remembers the End of World War II in Europe

Sixty years ago, fifteen-year old Roman Ferencevych lived through the waning months of World War II in war-shattered Berlin, far from his native Ukraine. After the war, he found himself in the United States -- a displaced person, a refugee, and an American soldier. Here he shares his memories of that turbulent time.

The day the war ended in Germany, Hear Roman Ferencevych describe life in a Displaced Persons' Camp

Roman Ferencevych talks about the goals of the Ukrainian Community in the U.S.