Revue de Prométhée, La
Revue de Prométhée, La. A French-language bimonthly journal dedicated to the national question in the USSR and Eastern Europe, edited by Oleksander Shulhyn with the assistance of Mykola O. Kovalsky and published in 1938–40 in Paris (a total of nine issues). It succeeded Prométhée as the major organ of the Promethean movement. In addition to printing articles on political affairs, the journal devoted attention to the culture and history of the non-Russian peoples under Soviet domination, especially the Ukrainians.
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]