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​During 1932 - 1933 millions of Ukrainians perished in a famine orchestrated by the Stalinist regime. Almost 90 percent of these victims died between the winter of 1932 and spring of 1933, one of the greatest genocides in European history.



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How People Live in Soviet Russia: Impressions From A Journey by Mendel Osherowitch (17 copies remaining)

Edited by Lubomyr Luciuk. Translated from the original Yiddish edition by Sharon Power.

"Overlooked by mainstream scholarship for far too long, Mendel Osherowitch's book, How People Live in Soviet Russia, is one of the most penetrating and moving accounts of daily life in Soviet Ukraine during the Holodomor. Returning as a visitor after lived in the US for many decades, Osherowitch expected to witness his cherished his cherished socialist ideals being put into practice. Instead he encountered widespread degradation and the fear of infusing the everyday existence of Jews and Gentiles alike. Recording his observations with an uncommon level of understanding and insight, Osherowitch produced a book that sheds a new and unexpected light on the history of the Great Famine of 1932 - 1933. A must-read."

Professor Serhii Plokhy, Director, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University

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Not Worthy  (5 copies remaining)

Walter Duranty's Pulitzer Prize and The New York Times

Edited by Lubomyr Luciuk with a Foreword by Roger Daniels


Presented here is an admittedly incomplete record of an international campaign symbolically launched on May Day 2003, whose aim was to have the 1932 Pulitzer Prize of Walter Duranty revoked by the Pulitzer Prize Committee of returned by The New York Times.

This did not happen. The Committee did not rescind the award and The Times continues to associate its name with the much-discredited Duranty, even though the evidence shows he shilled for the Soviets, before, during, and after the Great Famine of 1932 - 1933 in Soviet Ukraine.

The Famine-Genocide of 1932-1933 in Ukra

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Голод-геноцид 1932-1933 років в Україні
The Famine-Genocide of 1932 - 1933 in Ukraine (7 copies remaining)

Edited by Yuri Shapoval (in Ukrainian; Russian)

"Much research still needs to be done about the causes and crippling legacy of the Holodomor. The publication of these materials, collected by Professor Yuri Shapoval and his associates, is intended to provide scholars and others around the world with primary source materials about the Great Famine., documentation that might otherwise prove difficult to access. By no means is this an exhaustive or complete record of what can be found in former Soviet archives but the selection presented here does provide important evidence of what and who brought on famine conditions in 1932 - 1933, and the human costs of this politically engineered catastrophe."

From the foreward written by Lubomyr Luciuk.





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