Sich («Січ»). A semimonthly organ of the hetmanite Sich society in the United States, published in Chicago from July 1924 to May 1934. It succeeded Sichovi visty (United States). The newspaper published memoirs, political commentaries, ideological articles, reports on the activities of Sich locals, and national and international news of interest to the Ukrainian community. The editors were Osyp Nazaruk and, from 1926, M. Bodrug. In 1934 it was succeeded by Nash stiah.

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

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