Naked eye: memoirs and diaries as a historical source material for studying the history of Belarusian press in the Second Polish Republic.

Słowa kluczowe: Second Polish Republic, Western Belarus, Belarusian press, egodocuments

Abstrakt

The article deals with the particular kind of documentary sources for the history of the Belarusians in the Second Polish Republic – memoirs and diaries. The memoirs of Liudvika Vojcik, Janka Bagdanowič, Marjan Pieciukievič, and also the diaries of Maksim Tank and Piotr Siaŭruk are reviewed. The article concludes that personal writings provide unique information about the Belarusian national movement and the Belarusian press that can be applied in further historical research.

 

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2020-04-19