Ще один штат США визнав Голодомор геноцидом українців

The state of Louisiana has officially recognized the Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people.


Never again?’ It’s already happening.

Because I write books about Soviet history, and because I often speak about them to U.S. or European audiences, I am frequently forced to confront the problem of Western indifference. Why, I am asked over and over, did British diplomats who knew about the man-made Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933 do nothing to stop it? The Catholic Church at that time was also aware that millions of Soviet citizens were dying because Joseph Stalin’s state had confiscated their food. Why did it not galvanize Europeans to send grain?


'Fake news' on Stalin's famine still festers: Polish director

Polish director Agnieszka Holland premiered a film Sunday about the cover-up of Stalin's mass famine in Ukraine with the complicity of the West, arguing this early example of "fake news" was still toxic today.


Jewish American writer Mendel Osherowitz’s impressions of his trip to Ukraine in the winter of 1932

Researchers of the Holodomor of 1932–1933 continue to overlook a book that was written by Mendel Osherowitz (b. 1884, Trostianets–d. 1965, New York), a Jewish American writer and journalist who wrote in Yiddish. His work, Vi mentch(e)n leben in Sovet-Rusland (How People Live in the Soviet Union) was published in New York in 1933. This book differs from other foreign eyewitness accounts about the Holodomor in that the author himself was from the Podillia region, was fluent in Ukrainian, and very familiar with Ukrainian culture. He was also a perceptive observer of people and events. What is important to know is that these testimonies recount the starvation of both Ukrainians and Jews.


HREC makes major impact in Holodomor education, research, awareness

In 2018, the 85th anniversary year of the Holodomor, the Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) reached new levels of success in promoting Holodomor awareness, research and education. HREC initiatives in 2018 included the organization of an international conference that attracted leading scholars of genocide; publication of a first-of-its-kind resource for teaching the Holodomor in schools; establishment of the Conquest Prize recognizing an outstanding article published on the Holodomor; the publication of a major work in English by a leading Ukrainian historian of the Holodomor; and the inauguration of the HREC Educator Prize for teachers.


Біля Меморіалу Голодомору проходять жалобні заходи

Президент Петро Порошенко з дружиною, Прем’єр-міністр Володимир Гройсман, Голова Верховної Ради Андрій Парубій поклали колоски до пам’ятника жертвам Голодомору в Києві. Участь у жалобних заходах біля Меморіалу Голодомору беруть також Президент Латвії Раймондс Вейоніс, Президент Словаччини Андрей Кіска та представники інших іноземних делегацій високого рівня.


Holodomor: Made In Russia

During this early period, the Soviet government introduced a policy of indigenisation, under which, over several years, Ukrainian culture flourished. A Ukrainian language based education system saw dramatic increases in literacy levels, and in literature, the theatre, and in public life the Ukrainian language blossomed. During this period of Ukrainisation, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church was founded.


"Загартовані долі": ветерани АТО поділилися родинними спогадами про Голодомор

"Загартовані долі": ветерани АТО поділилися родинними спогадами про Голодомор


Documents reveal Soviet repressions against those resisting Holodomor genocidal famine

Previously unknown documents reveal the scale of Soviet repression against peasant dissenters against collectivization and forced expulsion of products during the Holodomor, Stalin’s genocidal famine that took at least 4 million lives during 1932-1933. The devastating famine was kept a secret during Soviet times.


The state of Alabama recognized the Holodomor as genocide of the Ukrainian people

The state of Alabama recognized the Holodomor as genocide of the Ukrainian people