Lemkivska slava: opovidannia z chasiv tatarskykh napadiv [Lemko glory: from the time of Tartar raids]. Frants Kokovskyi.
Lemkivska slava: opovidannia z chasiv tatarskykh napadiv [Lemko glory: from the time of Tartar raids]

Lemkivska slava: opovidannia z chasiv tatarskykh napadiv [Lemko glory: from the time of Tartar raids]

Lviv: Vydavets Ivan Tyktor, 1937. Kozak, Edvard (illustrator). Publisher's illustrated wrappers. Fine. Item #219

Series: Biblioteka dlia molodi "Ranok", Issue 2. February. Octodecimo (12,3 x 16,8 cm). 32 pages: illustrations. Text in Ukrainian. Owner inscription in pen to title; tiny tear to front wrapper; overall fine copy.

Franz Kokovskyi (1885-1940) - a Ukrainian lawyer, writer, journalist, translator and linguist. One of the organizers of the secret literary and educational group "Young Ukraine", and one of the founders of the Lemkivshchyna society. Lemkivshchyna is a part of Transcarpathia (spanning Ukraine, Slovakia and Poland). Franz Kokovskyi died in the Soviet forced-labour concentration camp.

As of April 2020, OCLC shows three copies in Harvard College Library, University of Illinois and National Library of Poland.

Price: $350.00

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