Item #842 Shliakh molodi: zhurnal Ukrains’koi molodi [The Path of Youth: A Ukrainian Youth Journal], part 1 (8), 1948
Shliakh molodi: zhurnal Ukrains’koi molodi [The Path of Youth: A Ukrainian Youth Journal], part 1 (8), 1948

Shliakh molodi: zhurnal Ukrains’koi molodi [The Path of Youth: A Ukrainian Youth Journal], part 1 (8), 1948

[Munich]: [Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists], 1948. Illustrated wrappers. Item #842

15 pages. Text in Ukrainian. A copy with stained and chipped wrappers, partially detached from the block.

"The Path of Youth" was originally a biweekly magazine aimed at young people, published by Ridna Shkola in Lviv from 1936 to 1939. It focused on national, social, and cultural-educational topics and typically ran 8-10 pages. The magazine supported the Plast youth organization "Dorist," which was banned by the Polish government in 1937, and aimed to foster national consciousness among young Ukrainians in Poland. It covered historical events, profiled notable Ukrainians, and addressed issues relevant to Ukrainian youth, while also advocating against Bolshevism.

The emigre magazine of the same name was later published in Munich, then in New York from 1947 to 1958, before resurfacing in Winnipeg in 1961. The authors contributing to this issue: Prof. T. Vashchenk, O. Olzhych, O. Stewart, Yu. Klen, L. Vyshnevy, H. Chuprinka, Yu. Dibrova, E. Malanyuk, D. Shumenko and others.

Price: $100.00