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Isajiw, Wsevolod W. Famine-Genocide in Ukraine 1932-33: Western archives, testimonies and new research. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre, 2003
(ISBN 0-921537-56-5)


Published on the 70th anniversary of the 1932-1933 Famine in Ukraine, the book, presents an analysis of documents about the Famine found in Western and Russian archives. It examines reports about the Famine sent at the time by the German, Italian, and British consulates to their governments. Up to now, little has been written about these reports.

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Famine-Genocide in Ukraine

This book, in Ukrainian, contains testimonies of Ukrainian Famine-Holodomor victims and witnesses, stored in the archives of the UCRDC.  It was published in Ukraine by the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Publishing House as the fifth volume of the series Ukrainskyi Holokost 1932-3, edited by Rev. Dr. Yuri Mycyk, Professor of History at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. The fifth volume is the result of an agreement of cooperation between Dr. Mycyk and Iroida Wynnyckyj, the archivist of the UCRDC.


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Ukrainskyi Holokost  1932 -1933

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Nezvychaini Doli Zvychainykh Zhinok

Language: Ukrainian

Cost: $40.00 plus shipping

To order, please contact the UCRDC

office@ucrdc.org

Tel: 416-966-1819


Famine-Genocide in Ukraine 1932-33

(Western archives, testimonies and new research)

Language: English

Cost: $10.00 plus shipping

To order, please contact the UCRDC:

office@ucrdc.org

Tel: 416-966-1819


Ukrainskyi Holokost

Language: Ukrainian

Cost: $20.00 plus shipping

To order, please contact the UCRDC:

office@ucrdc.org

Tel: 416-966-1819


Between Hitler & Stalin: Ukraine in WWII

Cost: $10 plus shipping

To order, please contact the UCRDC

office@ucrdc.org

Tel: 416-966-1819

("Незвичайні долі звичайних жіноk. Усна історія двадцятого століття") Iroida Wynnyckyj, editor


The book includes 21 fully transcribed interviews with women who lived (in Ukraine) and describe their lives during such events as World Wars I and II and the interwar period. They lived through repressions, de-kulakization, the Holodomor 1932-33, deportations and imprisonment in Nazi and Soviet concentration camps; women who helped the UPA, rescued Jews and organized the Pioneers. The oldest interviewee was born in 1893, the youngest ─ in 1934. The interviewees were from Australia, Canada, Germany, Poland, USA and Ukraine. The 835 page book was published by UCRDC and printed in Lviv (2013). Series: Spohady, shchodennyky, interview.

The book is in Ukrainian but Summaries of the following transcribed interviews are provided in English:

Liudmyla Bryzhun (1893-1981), Anastasia Lebid (1906-1999), Lydia Hajevska-Denes (1909-1989), Sofia Stepaniuk (1912-1998), Maria Logush (*1918), Vasylyna Salamon (1919-2008), Maria Horban (1919-2005), Olena Wityk-Wojtowych (1921-2013), Wolodymyra Luczkiw (*1922), Halyna Nebesna (*1922), Anelia Varvaruk (*1923), Sofia Dovhun (*1923), Maria Hnativ─Sister Chrysanthia (*1924), Stefania Hurko (*1924), Kateryna Proskurnia (1924-2006), Anna Martyniuk (*1925), Halyna Skaskiw (*1925), Nadia Olynyk (*1926), Nadia Stasiw (1926-2009), Nadia Yukhyma (*1932), Hanna Kontsevych (*1934)

"The extraordinary lives of ordinary women.
Oral history of the 20th century"

This publication, co-authored by Wsevolod Isajiw, Andrew Gregorovich and Oleh Romanyshyn is a reader’s companion to the documentary film ‘Between Hitler and Stalin: Ukraine in World War II, the Untold Story’, produced in 2003 by UCRDC.


...Readers will learn why "the greatest battle in the history of the world", according to Hitler, happened in Ukraine; why Ukraine was not a German collaborator; why both Hitler and Stalin needed to occupy Ukraine, forms of resistance in Ukraine, German retreat and Soviet re-occupation; relations with Poland; ethnic cleansing in Ukraine, the Ukrainian military in the Waffen SS and the Red Army; the role of Ukrainians in American shuttle bombing of Germans and the role of Ukrainians in developing radar, helicopters, the French resistance and Ukrainian participation in it; displaced persons and refugee camp experience, Soviet Repatriation; the costs of war; the Soviet legacy; Ukraine's national rebirth and the Orange Revolution... From a review by Taras Hunczak


... Anyone who is interested in twentieth century history should have these sources in their home library and educators and librarians should ensure that it is available in school and university libraries. From a review by Petro R. Sodol

Between Hitler and Stalin