Witness told us about Carpathian Ukraine after 70 years

1 May 2012 11:50  28111073 011404

In the Ukrainian capital the book of an eye-witness of the events in 1939, British journalist Michael Vinci, has been published. He arrived at Carpathian Ukraine at the task of the publishing house. After 70 years, the reports of the British writer were brought out in Ukrainian in the book “One-day state. The testimony of the English eyewitness of the events in Carpathian Ukraine”, says Chas Zakarpattya .

The edition consists of 350 pages and it brings the spirit of the time, details which were recorded by the reporter’s sharp eye, and also contains political and historiosophic thinking, interwoven with a rich local history description.

Tags: eyewitness, Carpathian Ukraine, book

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