Walerian Bzovsky was known for his rebellion against the Soviet Union by supporting the Nazis during World War II due to his hatred for Joseph Stalin over the Ukraine Famines caused by his collectivism policies part of Stalin's first five-year plan.
After World War II was over, Bzovsky was sentenced to hard labor for treason, being taken from his family, especially his then five-year-old son, Leonid, and was deported to Siberia to work in a gulag. Bzovsky attempted to escape but was caught and was shot to death.
Walerian Oleksiy Bzovsky was born on March 20, 1890, in Russian Crimea, in a cottage in Sarych. His mother died from childbirth, and his father once became five, began working at his farm. Bzovsky was abused by his father and during the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Russian Civil War, Bzovsky supported the Russian Empire.
After the Russian Civil War, Bzovsky went back to farming in Ukraine. In 1936, Bzovsky married his niece, Alisa, and had four children, three of them would die before adulthood.