Ukrainian Interwar Periodicals in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1914 -- 1941, 1918-- 1941
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Brief Description:

These periodicals represents at least two political camps in the Ukrainian national movement in interwar Europe, 1918 -- 1939.

Dilo (the Deed) was an oldest Ukrainian periodical in Eastern Galicia, it also was the most continuous publication. It first issue appeared on 14 January 1880 and the publication ended with the German invasion of Poland on 6 September 1939. Dilo was first the official party organ of Ukrainian National Democratic Party and since 1925 and until September 1939, it was an official publication of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance in Eastern Galicia. Over the time of publishing this edition changed several titles, such as Hromads'ka Dumka (Public Thought), Ukraiins'ka Dumka (Ukrainian Thought), Ukraiins'kyj Vistnyk (Ukrainian Herald), Hromads'kyj Vistnyk (Public Herald) and Svoboda (Freedo

Rozbudova Nacii (Nation Building) was an official organ of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. This monthly periodicals was published in Prague in 1929 -- 1932. It was a far-right nationalistic periodical banned in Poland. The Organization of the Ukrainian Nationalists  regarded the Polish administration over Eastern Galicia illegitimate. The character of publication was more of theoretical content with a portion of informative reportages.

Dolia (The Fate) was a non-partisan periodical published in Przemysl. It reflected social-political affairs of the Przemysl region. The Archive has only editions of 1918.

Natsiia v Pochodi (The Nation on March) was a nationalistic  and state-building periodical published in Berlin in 1939 --1941. Its appeal was to buil an independent Ukrainian state under the auspices of Germany. The publisher was V. Kuzhim.

Ilustrovani Visti (the Illustrative News) was a Ukrainian social-cultural and literary monthly periodical published in Cracow. The Archive has publcations of 1940.

Ukraiinskyj Beskyd (the Ukrainian Beskyd)  was a catholic weekly of monarchic-hetmatist orientation published in Przemysl in 1933 –1939. It was financially supported by the Biship J. Kotsylovskyj. The publisher was D. Hreholysnskyj. The Archive has publications of 1936.

ABV Informatyvni Visty (ABV, Informing News) a publication in the form of manuscript. It theorized the strategy of Ukrainian state-building in geopolitical and historical perspective. The Archive has publications of 1940 – 1941.

Trudova Ukraiina (the Working Ukraine) was a periodical published by the Ukrainian Party of Socialist-Revolutionists in Prague. This periodical conceptualized a critical approach to capitalism, nationalism and Soviet communism. It supported Ukrainian national independence under the angle of radical socialism. The Archive has publications from 1933 through 1938.Churtujmosjia (Get Together) was military and political periodical of analytical character published in Prague. Its political affiliation was nationalistic and its conception was a state-building of independent Ukraine.

Churtujmosjia (Get Together) was military and political periodical of analytical character published in Prague. Its political affiliation was nationalistic and its conception was a state-building of independent Ukraine.

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Record Series Number: RG-18.02/RG-18.02
Created by: Ukrainian periodicals, editorial boards and contributors (1918--1939)
Volume: 0.0

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Biographical Note for Ukrainian periodicals, editorial boards and contributors (1918--1939) : Ukrainian interwar political parties and organizations in Poland and Czechoslovakia
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Subject Index
Berlin (Germany)
Cracow (Poland)
Germany (1933 -- 1939)
Germany (1939--1941)
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN)
Poland (1918--1939)
Poland (1939 -- 1941)
Poland, history
Prague (Czechoslovakia)
Przemysl (Poland)
Ukraine (1939-1945)
Ukraine, history
Ukrainian -- Soviet Relations, 1922 -- 1941
Ukrainian - German Relations, 1939 -- 1941
Ukrainian - Jewish relations, 1918 --1939
Ukrainian - Polish Relations, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian aspirations for an independent state, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian cultural and religious periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian literary periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian military and nationalistic periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian military formations in the Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Ukrainian Military Organization (Ukrainska Organizacja Vojskova, UVO)
Ukrainian modern literature
Ukrainian nationalism
Ukrainian periodicals published in Czechoslovakia, 1918 --1939
Ukrainian periodicals published in Germany, 1939 --1941
Ukrainian periodicals published in Poland, 1918 --1939
Ukrainian periodicals published outside Ukraine
Ukrainian politicians of interwar time, 1918 --1939)
Ukrainian social and political periodicals, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian socialist publications, 1918 --1939
Ukrainian state-building, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian writers of interwar time, 1918 --1939
Languages of Materials
Ukrainian [ukr]
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