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Uncounted, Since1931

In 2017, the Ukrainian Leadership Academy, together with the communication agency Gres Todorchuk PR, created a street restaurant named “Uncounted since 1932". The project is named after the millions of Ukrainians who died during the Holodomor, a man-made famine created by the Soviet government in 1932-1933. The final number of people killed by the Soviet authorities is still unknown. They remained uncounted.
The project was implemented in Israel, Belgium, and Ukraine. Its goal is to spread knowledge about the Holodomor genocide and the crimes against humanity at the hands of the Soviet government. Through the project we aim to raise awareness in other countries and urge them to recognize the Holodomor as genocide.
To view interviews with Holodomor Survivors, please visit https://en.uncounted.ual.ua/menu/

Remembering the Holodomor, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, November 28, 2020

Alberta Holodomor Commemoration Ceremony - November 24th, 2020

2020 National Virtual Holodomor Commemoration Ceremony - November 22, 2020, Ukrainian Canadian Congress

5th Anniversary of the Holodomor Memorial dedication, Washington, DC, November 7, 2020

Mr. Jones: Unmasking the cult of Stalin, Atlantic Council, June 22, 2020

In 1933, Welsh journalist Gareth Jones traveled to the Soviet Union to investigate rumors of events in Ukraine. What he uncovered was an immense man-made famine and one of the greatest crimes of the twentieth century—the Holodomor. Despite millions of deaths, Kremlin propagandists and other Soviet-friendly Western journalists downplayed and denied his reporting. Mr. Jones, a new movie directed by Agnieszka Holland, explores the incredible story of Jones’ struggle to expose the horrors occurring under Joseph Stalin at a time when Western reports were laudatory. The Holodomor stands out as one of the greatest tragedies of the Soviet regime, with Ukraine still fighting for its recognition and understanding of this dark chapter.

Agnieszka Holland, the director of Mr. Jones, and Andrea Chalupa, the writer of Mr. Jones, join Anne Applebaum, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, historian and author of Red Famine: Stalin’s war on Ukraine to discuss how this movie, and others like it, can serve as a vehicle for exploring and acknowledging histories that have long been downplayed, and the challenges faced by those working to shed light on inconvenient truths.

For further information, please visit: https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/event

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".

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

Mr Jones, UK Trailer, 2020 staring James Norton and Vanessa Kirby

MR. JONES brings to the screen the extraordinary and powerful story of the real-life Welsh journalist who uncovered Stalin’s genocidal famine in Ukraine, which killed almost 10 million. 1933. Gareth Jones (James Norton, Happy Valley, McMafia) is an ambitious Welsh journalist who gained fame after his report on being the first foreign journalist to fly with Hitler. On leaving a government role, Jones decides to travel to Moscow in an attempt to get an interview with Stalin himself. Hearing murmurs of government-induced famine, Jones travels clandestinely to Ukraine, where he witnesses the atrocities of man-made starvation. Deported back to London, Jones publishes an article revealing the horrors he witnessed but is accused of being a liar by those who have an interest in silencing him. As the death count mounts, Jones has to fight for the truth…

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.

Holodomor survivors, December 14, 2018

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".

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

Голодний дух

Фільм несе інформативний та соціальний характер, розкриває тему страшних часів Голодомору в Україні в 30-х роках XX сторіччя.

How Ukraine's Holodomor Famine Was Secretly Photographed, November 22, 2018, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

How an Austrian engineer secretly photographed Ukraine's Holodomor famine.

Originally published at - https://www.rferl.org/a/how-holodomor

Genocide Revealed Documentary, Directed by Yurij Luhovy, 2017

www.genociderevealedmovie.com Available in English, French, Ukrainian (75 minute full version)
And Educational Version - Film Length: 25 min. & 52. min. on one DVD. These versions are made to fit the classroom.
A powerful documentary, Genocide Revealed, exposes Moscow’s policy of genocide against the Ukrainian nation and focuses on the 1932-33 man-made famine (Holodomor) in Soviet Ukraine. It is based on testimonies of survivors, declassified Soviet documents, commentaries by historians and rare historical footage. Millions perished. It reveals one of the greatest human tragedies of the 20th century.

Testimonies from the U.S. Famine Commission

Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) cooperated with the Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre (UCRDC) to digitize and preserve valuable oral testimonies collected by the U.S. Commission on the Ukraine Famine, which was established in 1986 under the direction of Dr. James Mace. Dr. Mace turned to UCRDC for assistance in gathering Famine testimonies in Canada. The entire set of 207 original recordings of oral histories was presented to the Verkhovna Rada (parliament) in Ukraine but subsequently has disappeared. The only surviving copies of the tapes are held in the archives of UCRDC. HREC funded the digitization of these tapes.

Harvest of Despair - The 1933 Ukrainian Holodomor Famine Genocide (Documentary) 1985

A documentary about the man made famine in Ukraine where on Stalin's order millions of people were starved to death in 1932-33.

Holodomor: How Millions Of Ukrainians Died of Starvation During Stalin-Era Mass Famine, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

Each year, on the fourth Saturday of November, Ukraine remembers the millions who died during the Holodomor, the Stalin-era famine that devastated the population in 1932-1933. Many countries consider it to have been genocide.

In Memory of Konstantyn Bokan

Video depicts the Ukrainian Holodomor/Genocide of 1932-1933 through the eyes and words of one young victim.

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