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15 rare books & pamphlets on Ukraine 1919-55  

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Fifteen wrapper-bound books and pamphlets written by or about Ukrainian emigrants, military, political and cultural figures and activists

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1919-1955

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In Ukrainian. 30x21.2 cm or smaller, wrappers.

Rare publications by or about those who fought, worked, and dreamt of a free and Independent Ukraine. One book is written by the author who died in 1921 in Yekaterinoslav (modern Dnipro). There are a few of the ДИ-ПИ, DP (Ukrainian Displaced Persons Camp) editions. Books were published in these camps in Germany in 1945-1951. Some of the works are extremely rare with no holdings in the libraries listed in OCLC or with just a single holding in major libraries, such as British Library or National Library of Israel. 

 
  • 1952 За Львів (Оповідання з часів Визвольних Змагань), Григорій Афнер,  Накладом aвтора, Париж.

    1952 Za Lviv (Stories from the time of the Liberation Struggles), Grigori Afner, Published by the author, Paris. 

    Grigori Afner was the sotnik (centurion) of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic. He fought against Soviet authorities and White movement until 1921. In 1923 he lived in exile in France, was one of the organizers of Ukrainian social and political life there.  No records in OCLC.
     
  • 1948 За родиме право: оповідання з часів Визвольних Змагань Лемківщини за своє національне життя. Юліян Тарнович. Накладом Об’єднання Українських Комбатантів, Філія Реґенсбурґ, друге видання, Германія ,ДИ-ПИ видання . 

    1948 For birthright: stories from the times of the Liberation Struggle of Lemkivshchyna for its national life. Yuliyan Tarnovich. Commissioned by the Association of Ukrainian Combatants, Branch Regensburg, Germany, second edion, DP edition. 

    Yuliyan Tarnovich was Ukrainian public figure, journalist, publicist and writer. DP ( Ukrainian Displaced Persons Camp) edition. Books were published in these camps in Germany in 1945-1951. 

    Just one copy in OCLC, at the University of Illinois.
     
  • 1955 Від Маркса до Маленковa. Я.Шумелда. Перша Українська Друкарня у Франції. Париж 

    1955 From Marx to Malenkov. Y. Shumelda. The first Ukrainian printing house in France. Paris.  

    Yakov Shumelda was Ukrainian political and cultural figure, political scientist, lawyer and economist. Professor of higher educational institutions of San Francisco.

    No records in OCLC.

 

  • 1949 Життя і мислі. Українська синтеза чи українська Громадянська Війна, 2-e видання.

    1949 Life and thoughts. Ukrainian synthesis or the Ukrainian Civil War, 2nd edition. Blomberg/Lippe: Ukrainian Printingshop “Sahrawa" (Germany) . DP edition. 

    Микола Шлемкевич was Ukrainian philosopher, publicist, social and political activist. 

    Just one copy in OCLC, at the National Library of Israel. 

 

  • 1948 До питання українсько-польських взаємин. Збірка статей Видавництво ім.Хвильового . Видавництво ім.Хвильового , Мюнхен. DP edition. 

    To the issue of Ukrainian-Polish relations. A collection of articles Khvylovy Publishing House. Munich, Germany. DP edition.

     
  • 1919 З Дніпра на Дунай. Оповідання для юнацтва з часів скасування  Запорожськоі Січі. А.Кащенко. Видання 3-тє. ВІДЕНЬ—КАТЕРИНОСЛАВ. Українське Видавництво в Катеринославі.

    From the Dnipro to the Danube. Stories for youth from the time of the abolition of Zaporozhye Sich. A. Kashchenko. 3rd edition. VIENNA—KATERINOSLAV. Ukrainian Publishing House in Katerynoslav.

    Adrian  Kashchenko was Ukrainian writer-historian, author of numerous historical essays and stories about Zaporizhzhya Sich.

    Just one copy in OCLC, at the British Library.

     
  • 1923 Український скиталець : орґан військової еміґрації земель З.У.Н.Р.  Річник IV.  Ч.8 (30). Ілюстрований Двотижневик. 

     
  • 1923 Український скиталець : орґан військової еміґрації земель З.У.Н.Р.  Річник IV.  Ч.12 (34). Ілюстрований Двотижневик. 

    Український Скиталець - місячник, згодом двотижневик військової еміграції ЗУНР виходив у таборі у Ліберці (Чехія ) (1920-1921) , потім y Йозефовi (Чехія ) (1921-1922 ) і потім y Відні (Австрія) (1922-1923). перші три числа журналу були рукописними. Із лютого 1921 почали друкувати тексти на машинці,збільшивши наклад до 200 примірників. Всього було підготовлено 46 чисел журналу.

     
  • ​1947 Українські Hаціональні Танки музика і стрій. Василь Авраменко.Published by the author. Printed by the National  Publishers, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    Vasile Avramenko was Ukrainian ballet master, choreographer, actor, film director, and teacher. In the Ukrainian diaspora, he is known as the "father of Ukrainian dance."

    No records in OCLC.

     
  • 1922 Співаник для дітий дошкільного та шкільного віку. Зладив Михaйло Гайворонський. Львів. Накладом Українського Педагогічного Товариства.

     
  • 1922  Співаник для дітий дошкільного та шкільного віку. Зладив Михaйло  Гайворонський. Львів. Накладом Українського Педагогічного Товариства. 

    Михaйло Гайворонський - український композитор,педагог, скрипаль, критик, громадський діяч, творець багатьох популярних стрілецьких пісень; головний диригент та інспектор військових оркестрів  Армії УНР. 

    Book from the library (signature and Ex Libris) of Олександр Неприцький-Грановський Ukrainian and American entomologist, zoologist, doctor of sciences, poet, painter, political activist. 

     
  • 1951 Симон Петлюра як політик і Дepжавний муж. Олександер Лотоцький . зладив М. Добрянський]. – [3-тє скорочене видання– Париж; Лондон: [Соборна Україна] 

    Олекса́ндр Лото́цький - український громадсько-політичний діяч,письменник, публіцист, науковець. 

    Симон Петлюра - український державний, військовий та політичний діяч, публіцист.Організатор українських збройних сил. 

    Symon Petliura was Ukrainian statesman, military and political figure, publicist. Organizer of the Ukrainian armed forces. 

    Just one copy in the OCLC, at the British Library. 

     
  • Славному з славних : В п'ятнадцяті роковини смерти Полк. . Євгена Коновальця а Коновальця. 1938-1953.  Париж. Edition S.C.I.P.  Євген Коновалець- український

    державний, військовий та політичний діяч, полковник Армії УНР, командир Січових Стрільців, один із ідеологів українського націоналізму. 

    23 травня 1938 р. Павло Судоплатов (пізніше — керівник розвідувально-диверсійного управління НКВС СРСР, генерал КДБ).передав у Роттердамі в кафе готеля «Атланта» вибухівку, замасковану під коробку цукерок з українським орнаментом як подарунок «від друзів». Після того як коробка була перевернута у горизонтальне положення, вона вибухнула. 

    Just one copy in OCLC, at the British Library.

     
  • 1947 ПРОЄКТ. Військовий Центр при ЗП УГВР. Організація і праця штабів (ПРОЄКТ).  Затверджено до вжитку українського вояцтва Начальником  Штабу Військового Центру при ЗП УГВР дня 1листопада 1947. 

    Закордонне Представництво (ЗП УГВР), Українська головна визвольна рада (УГВР) — орган політичного керівництва українським визвольним рухом, який оголосив себе «верховним органом українського народу в його революційно-визвольній боротьбі». Дата заснування- 1944. Метою організаторів було створення ширшої суспільно-політичної бази для боротьби збройного підпілля проти німців і більшовиків та притягнення до неї кадрів з-поза ОУН, хоч остання залишалася організаційною й ідеологічною базою УГВР. 

    No records in OCLC.

     
  • 1948  Шлях молоді : журнал українськой молоді . Організація українських націоналістів, Mi︠u︡nkhen.
 
 

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