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The 110 items in this filmography cover almost six decades of cinematic production, from 1921 to 1980. This filmography will no doubt be of greatest interest to historians of the cinema, for it provides insights into a significant but poorly…

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A substantial and detailed bibliography and guide to major archival holdings, visual materials and sound recordings.

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This research report of journals, periodicals, and newspapers includes Ukrainian, German, Polish, and Russian titles.

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A list of monographs and pamphlets written by (or about) the four non-communist politcal currents among postwar Ukrainian émigrés—monarchist, nationalist, democratic, and socialist.

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This research report of journals, periodicals, and newspapers includes Ukrainian, German, Polish, and Russian titles.

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A comprehensive annotated index of the sole forum for the exchange of information, ideas and experiences among Ukrainians in Canada before 1903.

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This report gives details on over 200 newspapers and periodicals published before 1941, as well as all calendar-almanacs published through 1970.

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Tables derived from 1981 census data on: ethnic origin, geographic distribution, age, religion, language, education, occupation, income, place of birth and immigration, and family status.

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A discussion of trends and needs in the Ukrainian community based on the 1981 census.

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A survey of interviews, lectures, and programmes.

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Finding aid to the Kysilewska Collection in the Public Archives of Canada. The Kysilewska Collection consists of twenty-one volumes and is particularly valuable to researchers in the history of Ukrainian Canadians, especially the history of the…

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Finding aid to the Antonovych Collection in the Public Archives of Canada. The Antonovych Collection consists of ten volumes and would be of general interest to researchers in the history of Ukrainians in Canada. It is also useful for the history of…

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A guide to composers in Ukraine and the diaspora. See Choral Music, Folks songs, Carols, and Ballad in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.

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An exhaustive bibliography (1,340 items) of Volodymyr Hnatiuk. See Volodymyr Hnatiuk in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.

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Finding aid to the Kovalevitch Collection in the Public Archives of Canada. This collection is of special interest to researchers in the history of Ukrainian Canadians in particular Ukrainian church history and the Ukrainian Evangelical Movement in…

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Bio-bibliographic information about 254 writers, this report divides the authors into four distinct categories: I—those who were executed or who committed suicide under duress; II—those who were arrested and/or exiled to perform forced labour;…

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This selected bibliography lists periodical articles, monographs, monographs in languages other than English or French, and reports and hearings. Over 160 items in total. "Chernobyl is a disaster that has become depersonalized. We have lost the human…

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CIUS Research Report No. 19, Ukrainian Literature in English: Books and Pamphlets, 1890–1965, compiled and edited by Marta Tarnawsky, is the first CIUS Press publication of Ms. Tarnawsky's major continuing bibliographic project which attempts, for…

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Finding aid to the collection in the Public archives of Canada. This collection is of particular interest to researchers in the history of Ukrainian Canadians especially their contribution to the Canadian war effort during the Second World War. The…

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Finding aid to this collection which is located in the Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre (Oseredok) in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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