The Holodomor – Poland – Polish victims 1932-1933

ISBN: 978-83-7666-690-7
Rok wydania: 2020
Redakcja naukowa: Michał Dworczyk, Robert Kuśnierz

Kategoria: Historia

cena: 60,00  (z VAT)

The Great Famine in Ukraine of 1932–1933 (Holodomor) was one of the major communist crimes of the twentieth century. This man-made famine resulted in the death over 3.5 million people. Among its many victims, there were Poles. It is estimated that at least 20,000 Polish people lost their lives to the famine’s indiscriminate savagery.
This book consists of nine texts by scholars (Olga Bertelsen, Jan Jacek Bruski, Wiktoria Kudela-Świątek, Stanislav Kulchytsky, Hiroaki Kuromiya, Robert Kuśnierz, Yuri Shapoval, Henryk Stroński, and Roman Wysocki) who seek to come to grips with the Holodomor, its causes, the principal executors behind the genocidal policy in Ukraine, the attitude of the Second Republic of Poland to the tragedy taking place beyond the Zbruch River, and the Polish experience during the tragedy.

Wydanie Pierwsze
Rodzaj publikacji Książka
Format B5
Liczba stron 256
Oprawa Twarda

Robert Kuśnierz
Stanislav Kulchytsky
The Ukrainian Holodomor as Genocide
Yuri Shapoval
Vsevolod Balytsky and the Holodomor in 1932–1933
Hiroaki Kuromiya
The Holodomor and Polish-Soviet Relations
Jan Jacek Bruski
The Ukrainian Great Famine in Light of Polish Diplomatic and Intelligence Documents
Robert Kuśnierz
The Great Famine and the Soviet Countryside of the 1930s in the Photographs by Military Intelligence of the Second Republic of Poland
Roman Wysocki
Echoes of the Great Famine in Ukraine in the Polish Press in 1932–1933
Wiktoria Kudela-Świątek
Polish Holodomor Monuments in the Context of the Ukrainian Culture of Memory
Henryk Stroński
The Great Famine and the Poles in Ukraine
Olga Bertelsen
Poles Amid the Tragedy of the Holodomor in Valkivshchyna (the Kharkiv Oblast)