Lviv: Vydavets Ivan Tyktor, 1938. Illustrated publisher's wrappers. Fine. Item #218
Series: Library “Narodni spravy” “Ridne slovo”. Issue 7. (19), July. Octodecimo (12 x 16.6 cm). 32 pages: portrait. Text in Ukrainian. Stamp to cover and title “P. K. Kachmar”; very light fading to wrappers; overall fine copy.
Ukrainian Galician Army, was the Ukrainian military of the West Ukrainian National Republic during and after the Polish-Ukrainian War. General Myron Tarnavskyi (1869-1938) was a supreme commander of the Ukrainian Galician Army, the military of the West Ukrainian People's Republic. With the outbreak of WWI in 1914, Tarnavsky was assigned to the front and fought against the Russian military. Tarnavsky joined the UGA in February 1919, and obtained the rank of colonel. In July of that year, after Ukrainian forces were driven out of Galicia by the Polish army, Tarnavsky was promoted to the rank of brigadier general and became Supreme Commander of the Ukrainian Galician Army.
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