Dumka (Yugoslavia)

Dumka (Yugoslavia) (Thought). Bimonthly, and from 1942 a semimonthly, of a nationalist orientation published in Zagreb and Ruski Krstur in Yugoslavia between 1936 and 1944. The newspaper appeared in both literary Ukrainian and in the Ukrainian Bačka dialect until 1940, after which time only the literary language was used. Its editors were Rev S. Salamon (1936–7) and Rev M. Buchko (1937–44). In 1941 the paper became the official organ of the Ukrainian Representation in Zagreb.




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