There are a number of web sites and other materials available on line in the English language, which are reliable and current. I have selected sites that contain, what I consider to be, accurate and up to date historical information. Many contain links to other valuable sites that may prove to be useful as educational resources.
Web site showing how the Famine-Genocide is depicteds through art. Bibliography.
A general information site.
Center for Genocide and Human Rights.
This site presents the findings of Gareth Jones, a British journalist, who wrote the truth about the Famine-Genocide in the 1930s and was belittled and subsequently killed for his attempts.
A general source of information, with an extensive bibliography on the Holodomor.
This is the site of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Toronto Branch. It has been compiled to include a variety of short articles, easily read materials, and lesson plans on the Famine-Genocide of Ukraine, which may be easily used to the classroom. It has an excellent bibliography.
A US site that deals with victims of communist oppression.
Provides materials for teachers and a link to the exhibit “Holodomor Genocide by Famine”. CD of the exhibit is available for purchase.
A Ukrainian web site with English information.
An information site on things Ukrainian. Articles on the Ukrainian Famine/Genocide and bibliography.
This site presents a Teacher Package on Ukrainian Famine Education.
- ttp://www.massviolence.org/The 1932-1933 Great Famine in Ukraine
The Great Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933, Nicholas Werth, April 2008.
Official site of the President of Ukraine.
Educational material available for teachers on the Ukrainian Genocide, eyewitness accounts, media cover-up, bibliography.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum “Ukraine 1933: The Terror Famine”.
- Lemkin on the Genocide against the Ukrаіnians