„Зорѧ Галицка” i „Dnewnyk Ruskij” – dwa różne alfabety i dwie różne wizje ukraińskiego ruchu narodowego w Galicji
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The aim of this paper is to present the origins of the first two weekly newspapers in Galicia that were published in Ukrainian language. The “Zorya Halytska” (“GalicianStar”) and “DnewnykRuskij” (“Ruthenian Daily”) were both established in the revolutionary year of 1848 (Spring of Nations) and both of them were the press organs of the first competing Ukrainian political organisations: the Supreme Ruthenian Council and the Ruthenian Sobor. The Ukrainians in Austrian Galicia were one of the last Slavonic nations to start publishing their own press in the vernacular. In those times newspapers were the first modern mass media that allowed to encourage the national idea. The distinctive feature of those newspapers was that the former was printed only in the Cyrillic and the latter in both the Latin and the Cyrillic script. This fact has become a part of the Ukrainian “alphabet wars” phenomenon.
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