A journal containing a brief article about Ukrainian independence movements throughout history written by Skoropys-Yoltukhovsky, who established the Central Bureau of the Union for the Liberation of Ukraine in 1915 in Berlin.
A publication from the Ukrainian Youth journal containing propaganda for the 'working people', along with a revolutionary song.
A short piece promoting the 'secret activity' of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party within Russia.
Publication of the Ukrainian student society "Sich" issued in Vienna in 1921.
A literary catalog of the periodical 'Chaika', as a supplement to 'Ukraïnskyĭ skytalets', listing Ukrainian literature as well translations of literary works from Europe.
Ukrainian journal dedicated to literature, arts and culture, edited by the poet Oleksander Oles in Vienna in 1920.
Periodical issued by the Union for the Liberation of Ukraine in the Wetzlar prisoner-of-war camp from 1915 to 1916.
Illustrated socio-political almanac published by Ukrainian prisoners-of-war in Freistadt, Austria, from 1915 to 1918.
Economic journal edited by Andry Zhuk and published in Lviv, Ukraine, from 1909 to 1914.
Ukrainian prisoner-of-war camp publication issued in Salzwedel, Germany, in 1918.
Journal published by Ukrainians interned in camps in Liberec and Josefov, Czechoslovakia, from 1920 to 1923.
A journal of nine articles in Ottoman Turkish about Ukraine and its history.
Illustrated literary-cultural almanac for Ukrainians in Vienna.
Weekly journal of socio-political and cultural life published in Vienna from June 1919 to November 1921. It reported extensively on political developments in Ukraine and was a source of information on the struggle for Ukrainian independence.