Ukrainian Bureau Bulletin [«Бюлетень Українського Бюро»] – an English-language bulletin published in London from 1931 to 1939 by the Ukrainian Bureau.
The first issue of the bulletin, dated 11 April 1931, was published shortly after the Ukrainian Bureau was established. Thereafter it appeared on an irregular basis at approximately monthly intervals until the outbreak of the Second World War. The last known issue was no. 116, dated 1 September 1939. The bulletin was sent to various organisations both in the UK and in other countries, particularly in the English-speaking world. Among recipients in the UK were the Foreign Office and about 250 British newspapers.
The bulletin contained information relating to the whole of the Ukrainian ethnographic territory, including areas within Poland, Romania, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Examples of topics covered in the bulletin include the 1930 “Pacification” in Galicia, discussions of Ukrainian affairs held at meetings of the League of Nations Council, the Famine of 1932-33 in Soviet Ukraine and the status of Ukrainians in the Subcarpathian Ruthenia province of Czechoslovakia.
Incomplete sets of issues of the bulletin are held in the British Library and the UK National Archives.