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WWII PRISONERS' POETRY: V dorozi. [On the Road]
Rimini: Zyttia w tabori (Life in Camp) . 1946 - 8ยก, [1] mimeographed title page, [1] mimeographed portrait, IV mimeographed text, [1] mimeographed illustration, 102 pp. mimeographed text with 3 mimeographed unnumbered full-page illustrations between text, [1] mimeographed text, originally bound in army linen with mounted mimeographed illustrated cover (Very Good, slightly stained, small tears in margins of endpapers). A scarce book with poems by an Ukrainian poet Bogdan Bora (1920-1997), written and published in a prison camp in Rimini, Italy, one year after the WWII. Bora was captured at the end of WWII, in 1945, by the British and taken to prison camp in Italy, where he spent two years and published three poetry books. In 1947 they moved him to Britain, where he lived until his death in 1997. He was active in the Ukrainian community and continued publishing books, including on learning Ukrainian language. The cover design and the portrait of Bogdan Bora on the second page was made by Volodimir Kaplun. As mentioned on the last page, the book was printed in 280 examples. We could only trace 6 examples in the institutions worldwide.
      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor]
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