Plastovyi shliakh

Plastovyi shliakh [«Пластовий шлях»; Plast Way]. An ideological and programmatic journal of the Plast Ukrainian Youth Association. The first three issues appeared in Lviv in 1930 under the editorship of Severyn Levytsky. The journal stopped appearing when Plast was outlawed by the Polish government in that year, but it was renewed in Munich in 1950. Four issues appeared there until 1954. Since 1966 the journal has been published in Toronto. In Germany and Canada the journal has been edited by an editorial board, members of which have been Larissa Onyshkevych, A. Horokhovych, Olha Kuzmovych, Yu. Piasetsky, Omelian Tarnavsky, and V. Sokhanivsky. Plastovyi shliakh publishes articles on Ukrainian émigré community life, on political, historical, and cultural topics, and, especially, on the ideals and activities of Plast.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]




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