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Title:
RG-100.58, Novyi Chas. Sunday 7 September 1924. No.68 (Censored)
ID:
RG-100.58
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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Assassination of Director Sofron Maviyas, bilingual gymnasium in Przemysl, 1924, Novyi Chas, 1924
Documents in Ukrainian language
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Eastern Galicia (Ukraine: Region)
Existence of Markiyan Shashkevych, discourse by M. Vozniak, Novyi Chas, 1924
Followers of Markiyan Shashkevych, Eastern Galician 1840s, Ukrainian literary language, Vozniak 1924
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Narratives in Ukrainian language
Novyi Chas, agricultural sphere, discourse, interwar
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 on Polish state political discourse, interwar
Novyi Chas, reflections on the Soviet Ukraine, interwar
Novyi Chas, Ukrainian national agenda in interwar Poland
Novyi Chas, Ukrainian political discourse, interwar East Galicia, Lviv
Novyi Chas, various advertisements, interwar
Periodicals, Ukrainian, interwar Poland
Periodicals, Ukrainian published in Lviv (Lwow), interwar Poland
Political assassination of Sofron Matviyas, director of bilingual gymnasium in Przemysl, 1924
The role and personality of M. Shashkevych in the new Ukrainian narratives, 1840s by Vozniak, 1924
Ukrainian literary prose, Petro Franko, published in Novyi Chas, interwar
Ukrainian literary prose published in Novyi Chas, interwar East Galicia
Ukrainian political periodicals published in Lviv (Lwow), Novyi Chas, interwar Poland
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