A multi-subject essayistic work on philology, history, ethnography, 'All-Russian' culture, and Ukrainian politics during World War I, written after the Bolshevik Revolution by Prince Aleksandr Volkonsky, while he was in Italy in exile, where he addresses the Ukrainian separatist movement and 'Ukrainian propaganda'.
Kuda my pryĭshly : rich pro ukraïnsku literaturu 1910 roku = Куда ми прийшли : річ про українську літературу 1910 року
An essay by the literary critic, Mykola Ievshan about Ukrainian literature from the 19th to 20th century.
A collection of political essays, including: Lev Tolstoy's "Patriotyzm i Uriad", Peter Kropotkin's "Politychni prava", "Lad", "Dostatok pro usikh", Jean Grave's "Konechnist revoiutsiï", ending with Mikhail Bakunin's "Zavdania sotsiialnoï revoliutsiï".
An academic article about scholarship on Ukrainian folk literature, songs, myths etc., by the Slavic ethnographer and literary scholar, Volodymyr Hnatiuk.
Two short essays about Ukrainian literature by Bohdan Lepky and Vasyl Simovych.
A collection of essays written by a number of authors mainly on World War I about the Sich Riflemen and other essays concerning different wars including pictures.