Rodimyi listok

Rodimyi listok («Родимый Листокъ»; Native Page). A Russophile semimonthly newspaper published in Chernivtsi from January 1879 to January 1882 (a total of 73 issues). It published news, belles lettres, and especially articles on Slavic ethnography and culture. The editor was M. Ohonovsky; the newspaper was closed down when he was arrested during an Austro-Hungarian crackdown against Russophiles suspected of treason.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]

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