Freitag was de facto CO of the 14. W-Gren.Div. d. SS
Krat was de jure CO of the 1. Div./U.N.A.
I have to disagree here.
Shandruk gave commands to Freitag directly, and not to Krat, who was not even present in the division until the surrender - he was with the UNA field staff. Only after the death of Freitag did he assume command. Until then, he was de facto and de jure in command of the division.
Plus a brief bio of Bulba-Borovets. I have to work a bit more with the other two gentlemen.
Otaman Taras Bulba-Borovets
9/3/1908 born in Bystrica, Poland, Ukrainian by ethnicity.
inprisoned several times in Poland (Bereza-Kartushka) for leading the underground group "Ukrainian National Reneissance"
1940 crossed borders to the SU, organized the partizan group "Polissian Sich" (or UNRA)
1943 his unit entered the ranks of the UPA, he became high officer in the partizan army's ranks.
1943 was arrested by the Gestapo, inprisoned in Sachsenhausen.
1945 set free, became commander of the "Gruppe B" of the UNA (parachute-diversant brigade).
after the war, he emmigrated to Canada.
15/5/1981 died in Toronto, Canada.