Nashe slovo (Lviv)

Nashe slovo (Lviv) [«Наше слово»; Our Word]. The weekly and later irregular central organ of Sel-Rob, the legal front organization of the Communist Party of Western Ukraine, published in Lviv in 1927–30 (a total of 103 issues) and edited by Ivan Kalynovych (1927), V. Pashnytsky (1928), and P. Kraikivsky, the secretary-general of Sel-Rob. After the split in the organization the journal was aligned with the Shumskyist ‘right’ faction (supporting the national communism of Oleksander Shumsky). In 1930 its circulation was 3,750.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).]

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