Розповідає свідок Голодомору професор Ілько Корунець – відео

Розповідає свідок Голодомору професор Ілько Корунець – відео

Oregon recognizes Holodomor 1932-1933 as genocide of Ukrainian nation

Oregon recognizes Holodomor 1932-1933 as genocide of Ukrainian nation

Polish Senate unanimously recognize Holodomor as genocide of Ukrainians

On November 21, the Senate of Poland recognized Holodomor of 1932-1933 as a genocide against the Ukrainian people by the communist regime. The Senate unanimously adopted a resolution for the 85th anniversary of this terrible tragedy


In the 1930s Stalin and his henchmen exterminated millions of Ukrainians by mass executions and organised artificial famine. Ukrainians commemorate the victims annually on the fourth Saturday in November.

Marking the 85th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Holodomor

U.S. Administration HOLODOMOR Statement: This month we join Ukrainians around the world in marking the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor, when millions of innocent Ukrainians were deliberately starved to death by the regime of Josef Stalin. The Soviet Union’s barbaric seizure of Ukrainian land and crops was undertaken with the deliberate political goal of subjugating the Ukrainian people and nation. This catastrophic man-made famine was one of the most atrocious acts of the twentieth century and a brutal reminder of the crimes of communism.

We’ve Been Conned Before–By Ourselves

For Western democracies, the strategic consequences of US recognition were monumental. It was a free pass for the USSR’s membership in the League of Nations, the League hurriedly dismissing the Ukrainian horror as “a very sensitive matter.” More critically, recognition masked and facilitated Moscow’s subjugation of Ukraine, a country the size of England, Germany, Hungary and Israel combined, thereby ensuring the viability of the Soviet Union for more than half a century, with globally near calamitous results.

Virginia becomes 18th US state to recognize Holodomor as genocide

The U.S. state of Virginia has recognized the Holodomor – Joseph Stalin’s deliberate starvation of 4 million Ukrainians from 1932-1933 – as genocide in a document made public by the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States on Nov. 7.

Presidential Message on the National Day for the Victims of Communism

November 7th is known as “National Day for the Victims of Communism.” President Trump has issued a message on this significant day and has mentioned the Holodomor as victims of communism.

Red Famine: Stalin’s War on Ukraine, by Anne Applebaum: starvation as a weapon

This book centres on the horrific and formative events that occurred in Ukraine from 1932-1934 and resulted in the death of upwards of four million people in a series of politically orchestrated famines perpetrated by Soviet officials on the Ukrainian people.

State of Kansas Recognizes Holodomor as Genocide Against Ukrainians

"Another U.S. State has recognized the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukrain as genocide against the Ukrainian people. Jeff Collyer, Governor of the State of Kansas signed the proclamation to consider 2018 as Ukrainian Genocide Rembembrance Year