Ukraïns’kyi holos na Dalekomu skhodi

Ukraïns’kyi holos na Dalekomu skhodi («Український голос на Далекому сході»; Ukrainian Voice in the Far East). A newspaper published irregularly (usually three times a month) in Shanghai from November 1941 to July 1944. It reported on developments in Ukraine and the Far East, particularly on the Ukrainian nationalist movement and the struggle for Ukrainian independence. It carried on a lively polemic with anti- and pro-Soviet Russian émigré newspapers in China and criticized Nazi policies toward Ukraine. The newspaper was edited by M. Milko, O. Drobiazko, and Ivan Svit.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]




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