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War Criminality Books

Ukrainian Women of Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, Voices of Prisoners. Kalyna Bezchlibnuk Butler (Solonynka) 2024

УКРАЇНСЬКІ ЖІНКИ КОНЦТАБОРУ РАВЕНСБРЮК, Голоси в’язнів. Калина Безхлiбник Батлер (Солонинка) 2024

The Galicia Division, They Fought for Ukraine. Lubomyr Luciuk 2023

Ukrainian Nationalist Movement and Soviet Counterinsurgency Operations, Book Review by Olga Bertelsen, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, 2023

Stemming the Virus, Marcus Kolga, January 2019

Understanding and responding to the threat of Russian disinformation.

KGB Archives for Media. Handbook, Kyiv 2018

Borders, Bombs And...Two Right Shoes. World War II through the Eyes of a Ukrainian Child Refugee Survivor by Larissa Zaleska Onyshkevych. 2016

The Great West Ukrainian Prison Massacre of 1941, Ksenya Kiebuzinski and Alexander Motyl, University of Amersterdam Press, 2016

After Germany invaded the Soviet Union in 1941, the Soviet secret police, the NKVD, executed a staggering number of political prisoners in Western Ukraine - somewhere between 10,000 to 40,000 - in the space of eight days, in one of the greatest atrocities perpetrated by the Soviet state. Yet the Great West Prison Massacre of 1941 is largely unknown.  This sourcebook aims to change that, offering detailed scholarly analysis, eyewitness testimonies and profiles of known victims, and a selection of fiction, memoirs, and poetry that testifies to the lasting impact of the massacre in the collective memory of Ukrainians.

Between Hitler and Stalin, Ukraine in World War II, The Untold Story by Wsevolod W. Isajiw, Andrew Gregorovich, Oleh S. Romanyschyn. Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre, Toronto. 2013

This publication was conceived as a reader’s companion to the documentary film Between Hitler and Stalin: Ukraine in World War II, the Untold Story, produced in 2003 by the Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre (UCRDC). While this short publication is not an exhaustive treatment of this period, it provides a concise recapitulation of events that are often little known outside of the Ukrainian community or by the community’s younger generations

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights: A Canadian Ukrainian Perspective, by Lubomyr Luciuk, June 2009

Into Auschwitz, For Ukraine by Stefan Petelycky, 1999

Ukrainian Canadian Committee Submission to the Commission of Inquiry on War Criminals by John Sopinka, 1986

Presentation du Comite Ukrainien a la Commission d'enquete sur les criminels de guerre. John Sopinka. 1986

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