CHRONICLE OF LIFE

1877, April 27 (14) – in Kerch, Valentin Feliksovich Voyno-Yasenetsky was born in a pharmacist’s family

 

1896 – V. F. Voyno-Yasenetsky graduated from the gymnasium and at the same time he graduated from the Kiev Art School

 

1898-1903 – he studied at the Medical Faculty of the St. Prince Vladimir University of Kiev.

 

1904, March 30 – V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky went to the Chita city at the Far East, as part of the Red Cross team

 

1905 – he worked as a surgeon and eye doctor in Ardatov city, of Simbirsk province

 

1908 – he entered an external studies programme in Moscow

 

1908-1909 – the first scientific works of V. F. Voyno-Yasenetsky appeared in the magazines “Surgery” and “Medical Newspaper”

 

1910-1917 – he was the head of the county hospital for wounded and sick soldiers in the Pereslavl-Zalessky city, of Vladimir province

 

1915 – the article “Regional Anesthesia” was published in Petrograd

 

1916 – he defended his doctoral dissertation “On Regional Anesthesia of the Trigeminal Nerve Second Branch”

 

1917-1923 – he moved to Tashkent. He worked as chief doctor and surgeon in the city hospital.

 

1920 – The Turkestan University was opened, one of the initiators of which was V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky

 

1921 – Valentin Feliksovich Voyno-Yasenetsky was ordained a deacon, and in a few days – a priest

 

1923 – father Valentin took monastic vows with the name of Luke

 

1923-1926 – a first exile to the Yeniseisk city in Siberia, including the Khaya village which consists of eight yards, the Turukhansk city and the Plakhino village two hundred thirty kilometers north from the Arctic Circle

 

1926 – he returned to Tashkent

 

1930-1933 – a second exile to Arkhangelsk. He developed a new method for the treatment of purulent wounds.

 

1934 – “The Sketches on Purulent Surgery” were edited for the first time (reprinted in 1946, 1956, 1995, 2000, 2006)

 

1937 – a third arrest based on espionage charges in favour of foreign intelligence service

 

1940-1943 – a third exile to the village Bolshaya Murta in Krasnoyarsk Territory. He worked as a surgeon in the district hospital.

 

1941 – he was appointed chief surgeon of the evacuation hospital № 1515 in Krasnoyarsk

 

1942 – he was awarded a diploma and an honorary mention of the Military Council in the Siberian Military District

 

1944 – he moved to Tambov

 

1946 – he was awarded a 1st degree Stalin Prize

 

1946 – he was transferred to the post of archbishop in Simferopol and Crimea

 

1958 – Archbishop Luke became blind, but he did not lose the ability to come to the temple on his own, venerate the shrines, and participate in the divine service

 

1961, June 11 – Archbishop Luke passed away

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