Borys Martos
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Borys Martos
Borys Mykolayovych Martos
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5th Chairman of People's Ministers

April 9, 1919 - August 27, 1919
Serhiy Ostapenko
Isaak Mazepa
Minister of Food Provisions

December 26, 1918 - February 13, 1919
Volodymyr Chekhivsky
G. Glinka
(Ukrainian State)
I. Feschenko-Chopivsky
(as Minister of Economy)
Secretary of Agrarian Affairs

June 28, 1917 - August 14, 1917
Volodymyr Vynnychenko
position created
Personal details
Born(1879-05-20)May 20, 1879
Hradyzk, Russian Empire
DiedSeptember 19, 1977(1977-09-19) (aged 98)
Bound Brook, New Jersey, United States
Political partyUSDRP (1905)
Alma materKharkiv University (1908)

Borys Mykolayovych Martos (May 20, 1879 – September 19, 1977)[1][2] -- Ukrainian politician, pedagogue, economist.


Martos was born in Hradyzk (then Poltava Governorate, Russian Empire) into noble family of Ossorya coat of arms.

Graduated from Lubny Classic gymnasium in 1897 and enrolled into the Mathematics Department of the Kharkiv University. There Martos became a member of a secret Ukrainian student hromada of Kharkiv. Here in 1900 in Kharkiv he met with Symon Petliura and his future wife M.Kucheryavenko. In summer of 1900 Martos participated in the First Ukrainian Student Congress in Halychyna.

He was arrested three times for collaboration with the Revolutionary Ukrainian Party. After graduating and until 1917 Martos worked in several different places: a co-ed in Volyn, a financial director at the Black Sea-Kuban Railway board, a director of the Kuban Cooperative Bank, and a cooperative instructor for the Poltava Governorate zemstvo (1913-1917). In 1917 Martos served on numerous official positions as delegate in the Central Rada and its Executive Committee (Mala Rada), and the General Secretariat. After the Hetman coup-d'etat worked as a cooperator. During that time Martos was heading the Central Ukrainian Cooperative Committee as its executive director as well working at the board of directors for the Dniprosoyuz, giving lectures at the Kiev Commercial Institute, and had established the Kiev Cooperative Institute.

Under the Directorate of Ukraine, he served as the chairman of the Council of People's Ministers of the Ukrainian People's Republic from April 9, to August 27, 1919. In 1917-1918 Martos was a member of the Central Rada and the Secretary of Agrarian Affairs. In 1918 he also was heading the All-Ukrainian Cooperative Committee.

In 1920 Martos emigrated to Czechoslovakia, where he used to teach in the Ukrainian management Academy in Prague. He died on 19 September 1977, and is buried in New Jersey, United States.[3]


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