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Dmytro Levytskyj, Ukrainian public figure, politician, publisher, editor, Polish parliament member (1877 -- 1942) | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Name: Dmytro Levytskyj, Ukrainian public figure, politician, publisher, editor, Polish parliament member (1877 -- 1942)


Historical Note:

Dilo (the Deed) was a leading periodical of Eastern Galicia. The first issue appeared on January 14, 1880. Dilo was an official publication of the Ukrainian National Democratic Party and then of the Ukrainian National Democratic Alliance, In the early of 1920s, due to the Polish censoring persecutions, the newspaper often was changing its title, such as Hromadskyj Holos (The Public Voice), Ukraiinska Dumka (the Ukrainian Thought), Ukraiinskyj Vistnyk (the Ukrainian Herlald), Hromadskyj Vistnyk (the Public Herald) and Svoboda (the Freedom).

The newspaper was published in Lviv in 1880 – 1939.

Over the time, the editor-in-chiefs were Vasyl Panejko, Fed’ Fedortsiv, Dmytro Levystskyj, O. Kuz’movych and others.

The last issue of Dilo appeared on September 6, 1939.



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