Item #815 Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]. Vasyl Chaika.
Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]
Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]
Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]
Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]

Pozytsii ukrains'koho vyzvol'noho rukhu: materiialy z ridnykh zemel' do pytan' borot'by za ukrains'ku derzhavu [Stances of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement: Insights from Homeland on the Struggle for Statehood]

Munich: Vyd-vo, 1948. Illustrated wrappers. Item #815

Book measures: 21 x 15 cm. 140 pages. Text in Ukrainian. A good copy with light wear to the wrappers, partially detached from the text block.

A compilation of essays, written by participants of the Ukrainian national liberation movement, originally published in 1947 within the Ukrainian Insurgent Army's publications in Ukraine. They address key socio-political issues central to the Ukrainian liberation struggle and present the socio-political vision endorsed by the Ukrainian national liberation movement. These essays offer valuable insights and serve as a direct representation of the ideas and political orientations that underpin the Ukrainian liberation movement's battle against Moscow-Bolshevik oppression.

In the challenging environment of post-war Germany's DP camps, Ukrainian refugees produced books in very small batches, showcasing the displaced persons' community's steadfast determination and resilience amidst scarce resources and strict military oversight.

Price: $250.00

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