[Germany]: Surma, 1947. Original wrappers. Good. Item #189
Octavo (14 x 20 cm). 83 pages. Text in Ukrainian. Inscription in pen “Donor: Ukrainsches Informationburt Germany” to title; some wear to edges; small nick to lower spine; overall good
Petro Romen (real name is Shatugin Petro Ivanovich) (January, 1907, Kharkiv county – October, 1987, Florida) – a Ukrainian poet, writer, scientist, literary critic, literary critic, editor, writer , journalist, publicist, public and political figure; professor. He was a member of the Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences (UVAN), established in Augsburg by a group of Ukrainian emigration scholars (November 15, 1945). He was also a member of the Ukrainian Writers' Association Slovo [Word]. In 1943, Petro stayed in the Orlik displaced persons camp (Berchtesgaden, Germany), where he continued his publicist activity. While living abroad, Petro carefully followed the social and political events in his homeland, and covered them in his journalistic works, depicting about the national consciousness of Ukrainians, of repression and artificial famines.
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