New York: [Iskra], 1917. First Edition. Early, extremely uncommon up-to-the-minute account, for Ukrainian-American readers, of events in Russia during the October Revolution of 1917. Unlocated in OCLC or KVK; not held by the State or National Libraries, Moscow; we find a single institutional copy only at the Ukrainian National Library, Kiev. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers, 32pp. Text in Ukrainian. Light rubbing and wear to wrappers, including brief chips and marginal tears. Text paper browned but not brittle; about Very Good. No publisher given, but rear wrapper advertises publications by "Iskra," the Russian revolutionary exile newspaper. (Inventory #: 28639)
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