Пацифікація Галичини 1930 року: Документи. Том 1.
The so-called “Pacification” was a campaign of repressions conducted by the Polish authorities against the Ukrainian population of Galicia in the summer and autumn of 1930. The ostensible rationale for these repressions was to counteract the acts of sabotage being carried out by the Ukrainian Military Organization. However, the scope of the operations and the manner in which they were carried out indicated that this was part of a larger operation conducted by the Polish government to intimidate and suppress Ukrainians opposing the Polish Sanacja regime in Western Ukraine. Published in the series Ukraïna. Evropa: 1921–1939 with the support of the Peter Jacyk Program for the Study of Modern Ukrainian History and Society at the CIUS, this book compiled by historian Roman Wysocki is volume one of the two-volume collection of hitherto unpublished archival documents that shed light on the events of the Pacification and show them as, in effect, a pogrom against Ukrainians initiated, sanctioned, and executed by the Polish state authorities.
|Dimensions||27 × 17 × 5 cm|