Prague: Party Central Committee, 1931. Original stapled self-wrappers. Good. Item #197
A complete run in seven issues (forteen parts) of the newspaper published "on the rights of the manuscript" which didn't run periodically. Imperial octavo (22.5 x 29 cm). Each issue 20-30 pages of mimeographed text, edited by P. Bogatsky, M. Shapoval and N. Gryhoryiv covering the party news, the everyday life of Ukrainian immigrants and related events. Stamp "Ukrainian Hist. Kabinet" on each issue; minor edgewear with some small closed tears and nicks; overall good.
Ukrainian Socialist-Revolutionary Party (Ukrainian: Українська Партія Соціалістів-Революціонерів) was a political party in the Russian Republic from 1917. It was created in April 1917 based on separate groups and circles of SRs that existed on the territory of Ukraine since 1905. The left faction of the party dissolved it in 1918 forming a new party, while the Ukrainian Socialist-Revolutionary Party was recreated in January 1919 by its right faction members.
As of April 2020, OCLC shows only two complete runs in the New York Public Libraries and International Institute of Social History.