Presidents of Ukraine since 1917 - with a picture

Name the Heads of State of Ukraine by their years of office and their image.
Heads of State of the West Ukrainian People's Republic, the Ukrainian People's Republic, the briefly independent Carpatho-Ukraine and post-soviet Ukraine
If possible enter the name in latin script;
cyrillic should work but might not
For Плав'юк was no picture availiable
Quiz by FSLiudger
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Last updated: February 26, 2022
First submittedFebruary 25, 2022
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1917-1918
1918
1918-1919
(Western Ukraine)
1918-1919
1919-1926
in Exile since 1921
1926-1954
in Exile
1939
(Carpatho-Ukraine)
1954-1965
in Exile
1967-1989
in Exile
1989-1992
in Exile
1990/91-1994
1994-2005
2005-2010
2010-2014
2014
Acting President
2014-2019
since 2019
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Level 64
Feb 25, 2022
There's also Avgustyn Voloshyn, who was President of the briefly-independent Carpatho-Ukraine republic in 1939. And please amend the title a bit so it doesn't give the impression that Ukraine ends in 2022! Slava Ukraini!
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Level 60
Feb 25, 2022
Well I've made a couple of Quizzes of this Type and always made a title like that, but I get your point. I already had some doubt about those titles and now I've changed them for all of those Quizzes.

I didn't knew that the Carpatho-Ukraine was briefly independent in 1939. I looked into it and added him.

Thx for the feedback!!!

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Level 64
Feb 25, 2022
Pleasure! Thanks for the quiz and the research, nice work. I didn't know the Soviet era ones.
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Level 70
Feb 25, 2022
Can you accept just "Zelensky"? With all due respect to him, the exact spelling of his name is difficult for English speakers to write out. Most of the news broadcasters in America just write his name as "Zelensky."
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Level 60
Feb 25, 2022
Up to now the Type-In was ^[ZS]ELENSK[IY][YJ] to allow different Transliterations, but i suppose Zelensky is so commonly used that I'll accept it too from now on.

Thx for the Feedback!!!