A collection of Ukrainian poetry by sixteen Ukrainian poets published in the POW camp in Freistadt.
Modestovy Mentsinskomu : poloneni Ukraïntsi Vetsliarskoho taboru = Модестови Менцінському : полонені Українці Вецлярського табору
A cultural tribute organized at the POW camp in Wetzlar in honour of Modest Mentsinsky, on the February 6, 1916.
The art critic and writer, Mykola Holubets, who also wrote poetry appearing in the work titled 'Mad Moses'.
A book of poems written in Ukrainian by the Archduke Wilhelm of Austria, under the pseudonym of Vasyl Vyshyvany, who fought as a Colonel of the Sich Riflemen, published after his family estrangement from his father Archduke Karl Stephan who instead harboured favourable sentiments towards the Poles.
Patriotic and military poems published in a Ukrainian prisoner-of-war camp in Salzwedel, Germany in 1917.
Peshchena dytyna : obraz z zhyttia naroda v 4-okh aktakh = Пещена дитина : образ з життя народа в 4-ох актах
A play in four acts written by Iieronim Lutsyk under the nom de plume of Roman Surmach and published in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
A collection of Stepan Rudanskyĭ's poems reprinted in the POW camp in Freistadt, Austria.
A collection of political poetry in Ukrainian assembled by Pavlo Krat, with a preface by M. Hyshka.