Haslo

Haslo (The Slogan). The monthly organ of the Revolutionary Ukrainian party, published in Chernivtsi from March 1902 to May 1903. A total of 17 issues appeared. It was edited in Kyiv and then Lviv by Dmytro Antonovych and Mykhailo Rusov, then taken to Chernivtsi, where Lev Kohut and Vasyl Simovych supervised its publication. Most of the copies were then smuggled back into Russian-ruled Ukraine for distribution. The journal advocated social democracy and Ukrainian autonomy. It published articles on international politics and reported extensively on current affairs throughout Ukraine.




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