Union of Lands of United Ukraine

Union of Lands of United Ukraine (Soiuz zemel sobornoi Ukrainy). A liberal émigré political party established in Aschaffenburg, Germany, in 1948. The group was renamed the Peasant party in 1950. Volodymyr Dolenko was its main organizer and leader until his death in 1971. Then Yurii Semenko headed the group. Other figures associated with the party included V. Dubiv, Vasyl Dubrovsky, and D. Melnyk. The party's head office was moved to New York; its journal, Ukraïns’kyi selianyn, was published in Munich.

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

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