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Holodomor Survivors

This short film contains extracts of four Holodomor survivors recounting their life in Ukraine in the early 1930s when millions of Ukrainians were systematically starved to death by Joseph Stalin's Soviet regime. The full text of their recollections are published in "Grains of truth: A collection of UK materials on the Holodomor in Ukraine 1932-33".

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, Calgary, Alberta Holodomor Commemoration, November 23, 2019

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney speaking at the Holodomor Commemoration on November 23, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta. The event was organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Calgary Branch.

Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story, movie trailer

In an age when disinformation muddles the truth, a new voice cuts through the historical haze. She is Rhea Clyman, a young Canadian reporter who traversed the starving Soviet heartland where Stalin's man made famine was just beginning. Clyman's newly discovered newspaper articles from 1932-33 show her remarkable resourcefulness and courage. After she was banashed from the USSR for writing about the Holodomor and the Gulag, this brave woman went to cover Hitler's early lethal years in power.

Holodomor: The Real Number of Its Victims and Evidence of Its Man-Made Nature, January 30, 2019, Ukrainian Research Institute Harvard University

A video produced by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).

Holodomor: The Real Number of Its Victims and Evidence of Its Man-Made Nature (video in Ukrainian with English subtitles).

© 2019 Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).

Вбиті Голодомором: реальна кількість жертв та докази штучності . © Радіо Свобода, 2019

Holodomor: Stalin's Secret Genocide

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The British playboy who was Stalin's Stooge, The Daily Mail, March 7, 2020

In Soviet Russia: Impressions From a Journey, Mendel Osherowitch, February 27, 2020

To be released soon by The Kashtan Press - an eye-witness account of the Holodomor in Soviet Ukraine, as recorded by Mendel Osherowitch, a Yiddish writer for the Jewish Daily Forward (Forverts) - based on his February/March 1932 travels in Soviet Ukraine.

Orphaned by the Holodomor, forced to work for a Nazi, Martha Gough began a new life in Canada, The Globe and Mail, February 24, 2020

In Canada, unique recordings of the first Symposium on the Holodomor have been rescued, January 23, 2020, Radio Svoboda

The recordings can be viewed on this link  https://www.youtube.com/user/splicersplicer1/videos?view

У Канаді врятовані унікальні записи першого симпозіуму про Голодомор, 23 січня 2020, Радіо Свобода

Записи можна переглянути за наступним посиланням   https://www.youtube.com/user/splicersplicer1/videos?view

Чериба, Ніна, свідок 1932-1933 Голоду-Ґеноциду в Совєтській Україні, January 13, 2020, Yurij Luhovy

​​Чериба, Ніна, свідок 1932-1933 Голоду-Ґеноциду в Совєтській Україні, знята в Монтреалі 27 березня 1983, з нагоди 50-ої річниці. www.yluhovy.com

University of Alberta deans stand with Ukrainian community: ‘The Holodomor is a fact’, Global News, December 6, 2019

Investigation of the Ukrainian Famine, 1932-1933 : report to Congress / Commission on the Ukraine Famine, Frontier Centre For Public Policy, December 3, 2019

Jason Kenney denounces 'useful idiots' amid uproar over university lecturer's Holodomor denial, Calgary Herald, November 29, 2019

No alternative facts about Ukraine's Holodomor, Edmonton Journal, November 29, 2019

University of Alberta students call on school to fire assistant lecturer who denies the Holodomor, The Globe and Mail, November 29, 2019

Calls for U of A lecturer to be fired for denying Holodomor, CBC News, November 29, 2019

‘Mr. Jones’ brings global attention to darkest tragedy in Ukrainian history, Kyiv Post, November 28, 2019

Meet the Jewish Canadian reporter who interviewed Nazi leaders and blazed a trail for women journalists, Edmonton Star, November 23, 2019

Holodomor Memorial Day in Ukraine and Around the Globe, Foundation for Economic Education, November 23, 2019

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A peasant girl during the Holodomor

Ukraine's Stalin-era famine, Kharkiv, 1933. Alexander Wienerberger and Samara Pearce