Ukrainische Korrespondenz

Ukrainische Korrespondenz. A weekly informational organ of the Supreme Ukrainian Council (later General Ukrainian Council), published in Vienna in 1914–18. Until 1916 it was called Ukrainisches Korrespondenzblatt. The publication informed the German and Austrian public and policymakers about Ukrainian affairs. It was specifically intended to garner support for the Ukrainian national movement and the cause of Ukrainian independence. The paper was published by Kost Levytsky and edited by Vasyl Paneiko, Volodymyr Singalevych, and Volodymyr Kushnir (1917–18).

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




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