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IE. Shtendera's papers (1932-2004) consist of biographical material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications, and other documents relating to the UPA, and memoirs of UPA soldiers.

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Queer in Europe : contemporary case studies /
The Bohemian body [electronic resource] : gender and sexuality in modern Czech culture /
Serbian diaries /
Other Russias : homosexuality and the crisis of post-Soviet identity /
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LGBT activism and Europeanisation in the Post-Yugoslav space [electronic resource] : on the rainbow way to Europe /