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Ukraïnsʹka radykalʹna partii︠a︡

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    • Rusʹko-ukraïnsʹka radykalʹna partii︠a︡
    • URP
    • Ukrainian Radical Party
    • Ukraińska Partia Radykalna
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      • found: Makukh, Ivan. Na narodnyĭ sluz︠h︡bi, 2001:p. 5-6 (Rusʹko-ukraïnsʹka radykalʹna partii︠a︡ (RURP) established in Galicia in October 1890; in 1926 the name was changed to Ukraïnsʹka sot︠s︡ialistychna radykalʹna partii︠a︡ (USRP) [no publs. in LC data base])
      • found: Onatsʹkyĭ. Ukr. mala ent︠s︡.:v. 4, p. 1955 (Ukraïnsʹka radykalʹna partii︠a︡ (URP) was established in Lʹviv in 1890. In 1926 the URP united with a Volynian organization called the Ukraïnsʹka partii︠a︡ sot︠s︡ialistiv-revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ioneriv and changed its name to the Ukraïnsʹka sot︠s︡ialistychna radykalʹna partii︠a︡ [no publs. in LC data base])
      • found: LC PreMARC file(hdg: Ukraïnsʹka radykalʹna partii︠a︡)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 5, p. 425 (Ukrainian Radical Party (Ukrainska radykalna partiia) (URP); a numerically small, clandestine organization formed in Kiev in the spring of 1905 by a younger left-liberal group that had quit the Ukrainian Democratic Party (UDP). In December 1905 the URP merged with the UDP to form the Ukrainian Democratic Radical Party [Ukrainska demokratychno-radykalna partiia, or UDRP][no publs. in LC data base])
      • found: Ukraińska Partia Radykalna w II Rzeczypospolitej 1918-1926, 2007.
      • notfound: Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 5, p. 418 (Ukrainian Party of Socialist Revolutionaries (Ukrainska partiia sotsialistiv-revoliutsioneriv, or UPSR). A national-liberationist revolutionary socialist party that played an important role in Ukraine during the revolutionary period of 1917-20. They preached the need for social revolution in Ukraine and on government by democratic councils of the toiling masses. After 1920 the UPSR split into several fractions);LC data base, 07-15-04 (hdg.: Ukraïnsʹka partii︠a︡ sot︠s︡ialistiv-revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ioneriv)
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      • 2004-07-15: new
      • 2010-02-21: revised
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