Kwestia ukraińska w polityce konserwatystów galicyjskich od objęcia rządów przez namiestnika Bobrzyńskiego do wyborów do Rady Państwa w 1911 roku
The Ukrainian Question in the Policy of Galician Conservatives from the Rule of Governor Bobrzyński to the Elections to the Council of State in 1911
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In this article the author has attempted to present the policy of the Galician conservative politicians towards the Ukrainian question between 1908 and 1911. The text emphasizes the deepening political differences within the conservative camp; the main reason for that were different perceptions of the Ukrainian question. While governor Bobrzyński and his fellow members of the Cracow party wanted to appease the Polish-Ukrainian relations, the majority of their Eastern Galician compatriots, “Podolacy”, were against any concessions to the Ukrainians. Among moot points were: the question of establishing a Ukrainian university, the attitude of Polish factions to the Western Ukrainian Russophile movement, and the reform of the electoral law to the Sejm. The mutual relations deteriorated also, the author argues, due to the nationalistic feeling running high on both sides and reluctance to making any concessions to the other side.
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