Ukrainske Vydavnytstvo (Munich)

Ukrainske Vydavnytstvo (Munich) (Українське видавництво; Ukrainian Publishing House). A publishing house established in Munich in 1954 by the OUN (Bandera faction). It published its weekly organ Shliakh peremohy; Biblioteka ukrainskoho pidpilnyka (Library of the Ukrainian Underground Fighter), a series of documentary collections on the history of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the Ukrainian Supreme Liberation Council, and the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations; books on political, historical, and ethnographic topics by authors such as Nataliia Polonska-Vasylenko, Oleksa Voropai, and Petro Mirchuk; and literary works by Olha Mak, Vira Vovk, Lesia Khraplyva, P. Kizko, Yurii Tys, Rostyslav Yendyk, Oles Berdnyk, and others.

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



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