Tracing and Documenting Ukrainian Victims of the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp
The Bloodlands. Ukraine in WWII, January 11, 2021
In the film "The Bloodlands: Ukraine in World War II", Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale University) explains how the multiple occupations of Ukraine during the Second World War impacted the country and the devastating outcomes of these occupations, including the Holocaust. ‘10 Things Everyone Should Know About Ukraine’ is made by Ukrainian Institute London within the Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme of the Ukrainian Institute.
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"Between Hitler And Stalin: Ukraine In World War II" 2004
The film chronicles the struggle between the Nazi and Soviet regimes, from a Ukrainian perspective. The documentary recounts the events in Ukraine on the brink of the Second World War, during the Soviet occupation of Western Ukraine (1939--1941), the German-Soviet War, the Nazi occupation of Ukraine and the second Soviet occupation of Western Ukraine (1944). The impact of these events, which claimed 8 to 10 million Ukrainian lives, is depicted through segments on the "scorched-earth" policies of both powers; the tragedy of the Jews; and the 2.3 million Ukrainians taken as slave labourers (Ostarbeiters). The Ukrainians' struggle against the Nazi occupiers and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army's fight—against both totalitarian powers—for Ukraine's independence are is portrayed.