Pascal Lassalle is a co-founder of the French web radio Méridien Zéro, host of Radio Courtoisie and member of Gabriele Adinolfi’s Lansquenets group. He is a former G.R.E.C.E (Alain de Benoist), Synergies Européennes (Robert Steuckers), and Terre et… more
The French Sébastien de Boëldieu (aka Sébastien Magnificat) is a CasaPound member, who appeared on the 1st Paneuropa Conference in Kyiv in 2017.1 According to a related blog, Magnificat is "well-known in Europe due to his effective tenure of the… more
Mykola Kravchenko (Миколи Кравченка) attended both, the first and the second Paneuropa conference. In the the first edition of 2017, he was named "head of the ideology and propaganda bloc of National Corps." According to a related blog post in his… more
Image Source… The Italian Francesco Fontana is a (former) Avanguardia Nazionale member, who later became involved in the neofascist movement CasaPound. In… more
Slava Stetsko (Ukrainian: Ярослава Йосипівна Стецько, Polish: Sława Stećko) (14 May 1920, Romanivka near Ternopil - 12 March 2003, Munich) was a member of the Ukrainian collaborationist paramilitary Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), and… more
Roman Mykhailovych Zvarych (also spelled Zwarycz; Ukrainian: Роман Михайлович Зварич; born 1953) is a Ukrainian politician. A former United States citizen, he was one of the first people to relinquish that citizenship in order to take up Ukrainian… more
Boleslav A. Holtsman was the primary American intelligence liaison with Ukrainian nationalist leaders at the end of WWII and years beyond. Bill Holtsman served as a translator with OSS in Europe until his discharge in early 1946. He received an… more
The Hungarian Zsolt Aradi was a key liaison of Western intelligence with Ukrainian nationalists. His OSS cryptonyms were CRABBE and SARAZEN, his CIA cryptonyms KILKENNY and CARRYALL. Malcolm W. STEVENS was his pseudonym.1 Zsolt Aradi, a Hungarian… more
Ivan Hrinioch (Born Dec 28, 19071 ; also known as Hryniokh, Johann Hrijnioch), a Uniate Catholic priest, was the chaplain for the collaborationist Nachtigall battalion, and in 1946 became a US intelligence asset with 'full operational approval since… more
Mykola Lebed (Ukrainian: Микола Лебідь;  January 11, 1909 - July 18, 1998), also known as Maksym Ruban, Marko or Yevhen Skyrba, was a Ukrainian nationalist guerrilla fighter and a WWII war criminal. He was among those tried, convicted, and… more
Lev E. Dobriansky (November 9, 1918 – January 30, 2008  was a professor of economics at Georgetown University, U.S. ambassador to the Bahamas and anti-communist advocate. He is known for his work with the National Captive Nations Committee and the… more
Robert Charles Adolphe Marie Lucien Close, born on April 30, 1922, and deceased on December 6, 2003, in Brussels, is a Belgian politician and military. Education He received his military education first at the Royal School of Cadets (École royale… more