On May 15, Kyiv publishing house "Tempora" will present two interesting documents in Uzhgorod. They are:
"Solomon’s Red Star" – a project, by which the creators intended to draw a portrait of a modern Ukraine – all of its regions. They described their "little homelands": landscapes, people, traditions, stereotypes, mentality and what survived from the past. Transcarpathia is described by Les Beley. The book is designed for ukrainists, historians, travelers, everyone interested in the proposed themes.
"One-day state" is a vision of events in the Carpathian Ukraine in 1939 through the eyes of the English observer. The author of the work Michael Vinch stayed in Transcarpathia from January 1 to March 15, 1939. During this time he managed to travel all over the Carpathian Ukraine (after the Vienna Arbitrage). He actively communicated with different participants of the events of that time.
Presentation of the books to the general public will be held at 5:00 p.m. at F. Potushnyak Regional General Scientific Library, and the meeting with reporters will take place on the same day in the morning at the press center "Zakarpattya".
The press conference:
Les Beley and Alexander Pagirya.
The meeting will be held:
On Tuesday, May 15, 11:30 a.m.
Uzhgorod, Drugetiv street, 60