"The Kozak spirit will never perish" - Mykhajlo Krat, compiled and edited by Nina Krat Cherniak and Hanja Cherniak.
"Козацькому роду нема переводу" - Михайло Крат
Bethesda, Maryland 2010
by Dmytro Cyzevskyj
Ukrainian Academic Press
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Історичний шлях УАПЦ - Олександер Воронин
Укр. православне т-во св. Андрія Первозванного. - Кенсінґтон : Воскресіння, 1992. - 136 с. - 3000 экз.
The Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church throughout History by Alexander Voronin.
Published in 1992.
Softcover 136 pages booklet in Ukrainian language.
Коротенькі повчання для дітей.
Short teachings for children
Hardcover, 94 pages book.
Святий Павло – Апостол Народів
о. Микола Федорович
Історичний Нарис, 1974
Saint Paul - Apostle of the Nations,
Rev. Nicholas Fedorovich
An Historical Essay, 1974
Softcover 108 pages booklet in Ukrainian language.
by Volodymyr Kubijovyc and Danylo Husar Struk
map and Gazetteer
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By Volodymyr Kobijovyc
Volume I (A-F)
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Compiled and Edited by Osyp Zinkewych and Rev. Taras R. Lonchyna
Volumes I & II
by Ivan Wlasowsky
by Dr. Tamara Bulat and Dr. Taras Filenko
Ethnic Identity, Music, and Politics in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Ukraine.
The World of Mykola Lysenko follows the development of Ukrainian musical culture in the second part of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Questions of ethnic identity, music, and politics are discussed in the context of the Ukrainian cultural milieu. The authors profile the founder of the Ukrainian national school of music, Mykola Lysenko, composer, music folklorist, pianist, pedagogue and prominent public figure. A recognized leader among Eastern European ethnomusicologists and composers, Lysenko derived his creative inspiration from songs of his native land and was an ardent promoter of Ukrainian folk music.
Unique photos of public and cultural figures, composers, writers, artists, historians, and ethnographers are featured. Extensive materials reconstruct a broad panorama of the civic and cultural life of Ukraine at the turn of the 20th century. Much of the material presented is published for the very first time.
The book is intended for the general public, as well as for scholars and students interested in Eastern European, Ukrainian, and Russian studies.
Ukraine Millennium Foundation, Canada, 2001.
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Ukraine Remembers, the World Acknowledges
Memorial Book on the ocasion of the unveiling of the Holodomor Memorial
Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 inches
Page Length: 152 pages