Natsional’na dumka

Natsional’na dumka [«Національна думка»; National Thought]. A monthly organ of the Group of Ukrainian National Youth, published in Prague from April 1924 to December 1927. Partly financed by the Ukrainian Military Organization from 1926, it was the first periodical to espouse a radical nationalist ideology. Its editors were I. Gyzha, Myron Konovalets, S. Nyzhankivsky, Ilarii Olkhovy, Osyp Boidunyk, Oles Babii, Volodymyr Martynets, and Oleksander Boikiv. Contributors included Yuliian Vassyian, Volodymyr Galan, Ostap Hrytsai, Roman Sushko, Mykhailo Omelianovych-Pavlenko, Antin Kravs, and Dmytro Andriievsky. The journal was succeeded by Rozbudova natsiï.

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

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