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Vasyl Stefanyk Lviv National Scientific Library of Ukraine Visiting researcher at the University of Minnesota (USA)

The paper is based on English language book editions printed in the USA during 1920-1930s about Ukraine, or
where Ukraine been mentioned. It deals with non-fiction publications by the Ukrainian diaspora in the US, the books of
American authors, and editions translated from other languages into English. Ukraine was mentioned in a general history
books about Europe during and after World War I, and also in a writings dedicated to the situation in the USSR.
Ukrainian-Americans produced at least dozens of books in English about their Homeland. Special attention been paid to
editions written by those who travelled through Ukraine during interested period. These publications helps to understand
what was the image of Ukraine and Ukrainians in interwar America.

1. Benns, L. (1937). Europe Since 1914 New York,
F.S. Crofts; 2. Bolshevik Misrule in Ukraine (1933). Detroit,
American Ukrainian Committee; 3. Bukata, W. (1938). The
Ukrainian Cause. New York, National Manifestation for
Independence of Ukraine; 4. Davis, J. (1922). The Russians
and Ruthenians in America. Bolsheviks or Brothers. New York,
GED Company; 5. Doroshenko, D. (1939). History of Ukraine.
Detroit, Hetman Movement Leadership; 6. Duranty, W.,
Chamberlin, W., Knickerbocker, H and others (1932). Red
Economics. Boston, New York, Houghton Mifflin Company;
7. Citrine, W. (1937). I Search for Truth in Russia. New York,
E. P. Dutton and Co.; 8. Famine in Ukraine (1934). New York,
United Ukrainian Organizations in the US; 9. Figes, O. (2014).
Revolutionary Russia. 1891–1991. A History . New York,
Metropolitan Books; 10. Gambal, M. (1937). Rus, Ukraine and
Moscvie Russia. Scranton, Ukrainian Workingmen’s Assn;
11. Gibbons, H. (1923). Europe since 1918. New York, London,
The Century Co.; 12. Granovsky Alexander – letter from
Dmytro Andrievskyi, 21.01.1940. Immigration History
Research Center Archives (University of Minnesota),
Granovsky A. papers, Box 150; 13. Haydak Mykola – letter
from 5 Gardnor Mansions , Curch Row. Hampstead, 11. Feb.
1935 // Immigration History Research Center Archives
(University of Minnesota), Haydak M. papers, Box 2; 14. Haydak
Mykola − letter to the editors of Biographical Directory of
American Men of Science, Lancaster, Pennsylvania , August,
30, 1937. Immigration History Research Center Archives
(University of Minnesota), Haydak M. papers, Box 2;
15. Hollander, P. (1981). Political Pilgrims. Travels of Western
Intellectuals to the Soviet Union, China, and Cuba 1928–1978.
New York, Oxford University Press; 16. Horrabin, J. (1934).
An Atlas of Current Affairs. New York, A. A. Knopf;
17. Insabato, E. (1938). Ukraine: Population and Economy.
New York, Ukrainian Press Service; 18. Klein, F. (1934).
“Ukraine”. Encyclopedia Americana, 27, 258; 19. Knickerbocker,
H. (1931) The Red Trade Menace. Progress of the
Soviet Five–Year Plan. New York, DODD; 20. Kuropas, M.
(1996). Ukrainian-American Citadel. Colorado, East European
Monographs; 21. Myshuha, L. (1939). Ukraine and American
Democracy. New York, United Ukrainian Organizations of the
United States; 22. Onatsky E. – letter to “Svoboda”, Rome,
5.06.1932 // Immigration History Research Center Archives
(University of Minnesota), Onatsky E. papers, Box. 42;
23. Postyshev P., Kossior, S. (1934). Soviet Ukraine Today.
New York, International Publishers; 24. Revyuk, E. (1931).
Polish Atrocities in Ukraine. New York, Svoboda Press;
25. Sciborsky, M. (1940). Ukraine and Russia. New York,
Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine; 26. Simpson, G.
(1939). Ukraine. A Series of Seven Radio Addresses Winnipeg,
Ukrainian National Federation of Canada; 27. Snowyd, D.
(1935). Spirit of Ukraine. Ukrainian Contributions to World’s
Culture. New York, United Ukrainian Organizations of the
United States; 28. Tiltman, H. (1934). Peasant Europe. London,
Jarrolds Publishers; 29. Tiltman, H. (1932). Terror in Europe.
New York, Rederick A. Stokes Company; 30. Ukrainian Bureau
in London – letter to the Ukrainian Bureau in
Washington 14.07.1939 // Immigration History Research
Center Archives (University of Minnesota), Skotzko E. papers,
Box 1; 31. Vowles, H. (1939). Ukraine and its People.
Edinburg, W. R. Chambers LTD; 32. Western Ukraine under
Polish Yoke: Polonization, Colonization, Pacification (1931).
New York, Ukrainian Review; 33. Wilson, E. (1936). Travels in
Two Democracies. New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company;
34.Shapoval, M. (1925) Stara i Nova Ukraina. Lysty v
Ameryku. New York, Vydannia Ukrainskoi Hromady.