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RG-100.52, Novyi Chas. Sunday 10 August 1924. No.60 (Censored)
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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Abuse of power and excesses in Polish prisons, Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland, Novyi Chas, 1924
Documents in Ukrainian language
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
Literary and publication advertisements in Novyi Chas, interwar
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Mykhailo Vozniak, narrative on revival of Ukrainian national and religious life under Austria Novyi
Narratives in Ukrainian language
Novyi Chas, censorship and confiscated publications, interwar
Novyi Chas, criticism of Metropolitan Sheptytsky (Sheptytskii), article, 1924
Novyi Chas, discourse and reflection on current Polish governments and politics, interwar
Novyi Chas, editorial and program articles, interwar
Novyi Chas, geo-political discourse in regard to Europe, interwar
Novyi Chas, international reportage and news, interwar
Novyi Chas, reflections and discourse with regard to religious matters, interwar, East Galicia
Novyi Chas, reflections on the Soviet Ukraine, interwar
Novyi Chas, reportage and local news Eastern Galicia, interwar
Novyi Chas, Ukrainian national agenda in interwar Poland
Novyi Chas, various advertisements, interwar
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Protests and excesses on Ivan Kovalchuk by the guard Kotowski, Lviv Batorogo prison Lviv (Lwow) 1924
Revival of Ukrainian church parlance as a mundane tongue in East Galicia, Vozniak, Shashkevych 1924
Role of Austrian government in Ukrainian national life in early 19c, Mykhailo Vozniak, 1924, Novyi
Russian white officers and soldiers in the French Foreign Legion, article Novyi Chas, 1924
Ukrainian historical prose and related narratives published in Novyi Chas, interwar
Ukrainian periodicals published in Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Ukrainian political periodicals published in East Galicia, interwar Poland
Ukrainian political periodicals published in Lviv (Lwow), Novyi Chas, interwar Poland
Ukrainian religious education reflected in Vozniak's narrative of Ukrainian revival in Austrian time
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