Іван Монолатій. Кореспонденція Якова Оренштайна 1920–1930-x років до інституцій Другої Речі Посполитої та Німецького Райху як джерело до біографії видавця

Кореспонденція Якова Оренштайна 1920–1930-x років до інституцій Другої Речі Посполитої та Німецького Райху як джерело до біографії видавця  

By Іван Монолатій

(Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University; Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, branch in Piotrków Trybunalski)

Source: Judaica Ukrainica 4 (2015): 80-108

Publication date: December 1, 2015

Publication type: article

Language: Ukrainian

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Abstract

This article continues the author’s study of the biography of the largest Ukrainian publisher of the first half of the 20th century, Jacob Orenstein (1875–1942). Despite recent work, which generally reveals Orenstein’s life prior to the 1930s, a biographical context for understanding some important dates and events in his biography, including those that still remain unknown to the general public, particularly in the period 1934–1942. This publication represents one of the first archaeographic studies of the biography of Jacob Orenstein – the figure required by the publication in the near future full collection of documents and materials from the archives of Ukraine, Poland, Germany, and possibly Russia, as well as special monograph about him. In addition, the article six first published documents of 1920–1930 in Ukrainian translations from Polish and German. Their content includes important facts about the biography of Orenstein of the interwar period (1919–1939). The originals of these documents are now stored in the collections of the State Archives of Ivano-Frankivsk region (Funds 2 (“Stanislavsky Voivod’s Office”) and 8 (“Kolomyia County Eldership”) and the German Federal Archives in Berlin (Fund R 9361 “Berlin Document Center”). The publication of these documents makes it possible to reconstruct a picture of the life and work of a disjointed Ukrainian publisher of the book, an active participant in the political life of interwar Poland and Germany, and one of the most famous figures in inter-ethnic relations of the 1920s–1930s.

 

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DOI 10.14653/ju.2015.06