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Olgerd Ippolit Bochkovsky

Olgerd Ippolit Bochkovsky
Olgerd Ippolit Bochkovsky (1884-1939) was a Ukrainian sociologist specializing in the study of nationalism, publicist, and political figure. He emigrated to Czechoslovakia in 1905 and during 1917-20 served as a member of the Ukrainian diplomatic mission in Prague. He lectured at the Ukrainian Free University in Prague and the Ukrainian Husbandry Academy in Poděbrady. In 1933 he headed the so-called Famine Committee, which aided victims of the Famine-Genocide of 1932–3 in Ukraine. Bochkovsky’s main works are Ponevoleni narody tsars'koï imperiï, ïkh natsional’ne vidrodzhennia ta avtonomne priamuvannia (The Captive Nations of the Tsarist Empire: Their National Rebirth and Striving for Autonomy, 1916), Natsiolohiia i natsiohrafiia (‘Nationology’ and ‘Nationography,’ 1923), Borot'ba narodiv za natsional'ne vyzvolennia (Nations’ Struggle for National Liberation, 1932), and Vstup do natsiolohiï (Introduction to ‘Nationology,’ 1934). He wrote many other works, which were published in various languages.

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