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Name: Kurjer Lwowski (the Lwow Herald), editorial board and contributors (1883 -- 1935)


Historical Note:

Kurier Lwowski, also Kurjer Lwowski (the Lwow Herald) was a periodical published in Lviv (Lwow) in 1883 -- 18935. It was a periodical of a popular character voicing the views of Popular Movement in Galicia. A number of prominent Galician social democrats and representative of democratic intelligentsia cooperated with this edition. Their names are Ivan Franko, Jan Kasprowicz, Boleslaw Limanowski, Eliza Orzeszkowa, Wladyslaw Orkan and Henryk Rewakowicz.

After Poland regained independence in 1918, the periodical became a publication of democratic intelligentsia that grouped around the PSL Piast (a Polish Peasant Party). In 1930, the Polish National Democrats (Endecja) took over this periodical. It became closed down in 1935



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