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Ukrainian Interwar Periodicals in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1914 -- 1941

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RG-18.02.01, Dilo (The Deed), 1914 -- 1939. A Ukrainian daily of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance published in Lviv (Lwow).

RG-18.02.02, Rozbudova Nacii (The Nation-Building), 1929 -- 1932, published in Prague, the publication of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists

RG-18.02.04, Iliustrovani Visti  (Illustrative News), Cracow, 1940

RG-18.02.05, Natsiia v Pochodi (the Nation on March), 1939 -- 1941



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Title: Ukrainian Interwar Periodicals in Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1914 -- 1941, 1918-- 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1918 -- 1939

ID: RG-18.02/RG-18.02

Primary Creator: Ukrainian periodicals, editorial boards and contributors (1918--1939)

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Subjects: 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: Ukrainian

Abstract

This Record Group contains three Ukrainian periodicals of interwar time. Two, Dilo (the Deed) and Dolia (the Fate) were published in Poland. One of the three, Rozbudova Natsii (the Nation-Building) a far-right, radical editon of the Organizaiton of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) saw publication in Czechoslovakia

Scope and Contents of the Materials

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.

Collection Historical Note

Dilo (The Deed) was an oldest Ukrainian publication founded as an organ of Ukrainian national-democratic movement in Eastern Galicia (the Austro-Hungary) in 1880.

This daily became the official publication of the Ukrainian National Democratic Allieance in 1925 (Poland). Dilo championed a Ukrainian national independence from a centrist democratic position. With regard to Jewish-Ukrainian relations in Eastern Galicia, Dilo maintained a Ukrainian national perspective of the united front of non-Polish people against the Polish statehood in Eastern Galicia.

Rozbudova Natsii (the Nation-Building) was an émigré monthly published in Prague. The content of the publication dealt with the theory, tasks and practical isssues of the eventual creation of the united and independent Ukrainian State in its ethnic borders.

The publisher was Mykola Stsiborskii and the editor-in-chief was Volodymyr Martynets.

Dolia (The Fate) was a non-partisan periodical of the Ukraianian community in the Przemysl region (Poland). It was published in Przemysl.

Natsiia v Pochodi (the Nation on the March) reflected the geopolitical task and realities of the beginning of the Second World War. It demonstrated the Ukrainian aspiration of building an independent and united Ukrainain state in its ethnic borders in alliance with Germany. It was published in Berlin.

Ilustrovani Visti (the Illustrating News) was a social-cultural and literary periodical published in Cracow at that time under German occupation.

Ukraiinskyj Beskyd (The Ukrainian Beskyd) was a catholic periodical of the Beskyd mountain region of Western Galicia (Poland). The periodical was of monarchiv-hetmanists orientation. Largely, it presented a socio-cultural content. It was published in Przemysl.

ABV Informatynvi Visti (ABV Informing News) was an analytical periodical of nationalistic and Ukrainian state-building orientation published in the form of manuscript in Cracow.

Trudova Ukraiina (the Working Ukraine) was a periodical of the Ukrainian Socialist-Revolutionists party published in Prague. It propagated a radical socialist doctrine of unacceptence of captialism, nationalism and Soviet communism, although it supported a Ukrainian national idea of independence under the angle of radical socialism.

Churtujmosja (Get Together) was military and political periodical of analytical character propagating a national conception of state-building of united Ukraine.

Biographical Note

Ukrainian interwar political parties and organizations in Poland and Czechoslovakia

Subject/Index Terms

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

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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-18.02.01, Dilo (The Deed), 1914 -- 1939. A Ukrainian daily of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance published in Lviv (Lwow)., 1914 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-18.02.02, Rozbudova Nacii (The Nation-Building), 1929 -- 1932, published in Prague, the publication of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, 1929 -- 1932],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-18.02.04, Iliustrovani Visti  (Illustrative News), Cracow, 1940],
[Sub-Collection 4: RG-18.02.05, Natsiia v Pochodi (the Nation on March), 1939 -- 1941],
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Sub-Collection 4: RG-18.02.05, Natsiia v Pochodi (the Nation on March), 1939 -- 1941Add to your cart.
Publication of Ukrainian national statehood thought in Berlin, 1939 -- 1941
Subject/Index Terms:
History of Ukrainian Church, Nation on march (Natsiia v pochodi)
Conception of Ukrainian peoples' monarchy versus the conceptions of Ukrainian nationalism, 1941
Program and editorial articles, Nation on march (Natsiia v pochodi)
Contacts between the German administration and Ukrainian society in General Government
Ukrainian collaborating with German authorities periodicals in Cracow, 1940 --1945
Documents in Ukrainian language
Narratives in Ukrainian language
Germany (1939--1941)
Poland (1939 -- 1941)
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), publication of Ukrainian national statehood, Berlin, 1939-1941
periodicals, Ukrainian
Ukrainian social and political periodicals, 1918 --1941
Periodicals, Ukrainian published in Germany, 1939 -- 1941
Conception of Ukrainian national statehood, 1939 -- 1941
Ideology of Ukrainian Nationalism
Theory of Ukrainian Nationalism
Ukrainian national aspirations
Ukrainian national aspirations under Nazi-German regime, 1939 -- 1945
German patronage of Ukrainian national idea, 1939 -- 1945
Geopolitical situation in Western Ukraine and Western Volhynia in 1939 -- 1945
Ukrainian lands in European geopolitics, 1918 -- 1945
Modern Ukrainian History
Aspiration for a unified Ukrainian state in ethnic Ukrainian territories, 1918 --1941
Ukrainian ethnic territories under the control of Nazi Germany, 1939 -- 1941
Ukrainian national minority in Poland
Ukrainian modern short stories, 1920s -- 1940s
Ukrainian modern literature
Ukrainian nationalistic perception of Nazi Germany, 1939
German invasion of Poland, Ukrainian nationalistic perception, 1939
Ukrainian national perception of the Russian imperial history, 1939
Modern European History
Ukrainian positive perception of the USSR in 1939 in the course of German politics
European geopolitics with regard to imperial Russia, a Ukrainian perspective, 1940
Distribution of the Jewish population in the world in the borders of 1940
Social life of the Ukrainian population in General Government, 1940
German invasion of Western Europe, 1940 in the light of the Nation on March, Ukrainian periodical
Ukrainian military terminology, translation of typical terms, 1930s
Geopolitical sense of history
Anti-Jewish interpretation of modern history
National socialist perception of modern history, Nation on march
Ukrainian monarchic thought, Nation on march
Ukrainian monarchic conceptions, Nation on march
Distribution of the population in the USSR, 1940
Social and cultural life in the Soviet-annexed Eastern Galicia, 1939 -- 1941
Western Ukrainian, Soviet annexed territory, mineral resources
Soviet aggression against Finland, 1940
Creators:
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), publication of Ukrainian national statehood thought (1939 -- 1941)
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), editorial board and contributors, 1939 -- 1941 (1939 -- 1941)
Folder 1: RG-18.02.05, Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), Berlin, 1939, December, No. 16 - 17Add to your cart.
This volumes includes analitical and historical article related to the Ukrainian lands in 1939 - 1941 and in the past.
Subject/Index Terms:
Distribution of Ukrainian population in Western Galicia, Second General Census of 1931, Poland
Mapping Ukrainian ethnic territories in General Government in 1939 -- 1941
History of Galicia, Nation on March (Natsiia u pochodi)
German-Soviet partition of Poland, September-October 1939
Modern Ukrainian History
Ukrainian ethnic territories under the control of Nazi Germany, 1939 -- 1941
Periodicals, Ukrainian published in Germany, 1939 -- 1941
periodicals, Ukrainian
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), publication of Ukrainian national statehood, Berlin, 1939-1941
Documents in Ukrainian language
Narratives in Ukrainian language
Germany (1939--1941)
Poland (1939 -- 1941)
Modern Ukrainian short historic novelle, Nation on march
Ukrainian modern literature
Ukrainian modern short stories, 1920s -- 1940s
Ukrainian prisoners in the internment camp Bereza Kartuzska, Poland, 1930s
Bereza Kartuzska, Polish internment camp for political opponents, 1930s
Distribution of Ukrainian population in the Chelm region and Pidliashia, 1930s, Nation on march
Creators:
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), editorial board and contributors, 1939 -- 1941 (1939 -- 1941)
Nation on March (Natsiia u Pochodi), publication of Ukrainian national statehood thought (1939 -- 1941)

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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-18.02.01, Dilo (The Deed), 1914 -- 1939. A Ukrainian daily of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance published in Lviv (Lwow)., 1914 -- 1939],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-18.02.02, Rozbudova Nacii (The Nation-Building), 1929 -- 1932, published in Prague, the publication of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, 1929 -- 1932],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-18.02.04, Iliustrovani Visti  (Illustrative News), Cracow, 1940],
[Sub-Collection 4: RG-18.02.05, Natsiia v Pochodi (the Nation on March), 1939 -- 1941],
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