Nasha meta (Lviv)

Nasha meta (Lviv) [«Наша мета»; Our Goal]. A women’s journal in Lviv, published semimonthly and then weekly in February and March 1919. It was closed down by the Polish authorities, was revived as a semimonthly in August 1919, and continued (later as a monthly) to the end of 1920. In 1920 it served as an organ of the Ukrainian Social Democratic party for working women. A total of 30 issues appeared before the journal folded because of a lack of support. It was edited by Dariia Starosolska.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).]

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