[Germany]: [publisher not identified], . Original pictorial wrappers. Fair condition. Item #133
Octavo (15 x 21 cm). 14 pages. Text in Ukrainian. Mimeographed typescript. Unattributed striking cover design. Wrappers and spine extremities lightly worn. Inscribed "Donor: “La Parole Ukrainienne" on the title.
History of original Bazar [a town in Ukraine] massacre of 359 Ukrainian soldiers by the Bolsheviks in 1921 and the second Bazar massacre in 1941, when a group of Ukrainian nationalists commemorating the original massacre were rounded up and shot by the Nazis. It was the last campaign of the Ukrainian armed forces in post-World War I attempt to achieve independence of Ukraine.
The author was an active member of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN). The book is abundant with the winged statements of Oleg Olzhich, Roman Sushko and others.
OCLC shows eight copies as of July 2019.