Websites

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.

  1. http://www.artukraine.com/famineart
    Web site showing how the Famine-Genocide is depicteds through art. Bibliography.

  2. http://www.brama.com/ukraine/history
    A general information site.  

  3. http://cghr.newark.rutgers.edu
    Center for Genocide and Human Rights.  

  4. http://www.colley.co.uk/garethjones
    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.

  5. http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor

  6. http://www.encyclopediaofukraine.com
    A general source of information, with an extensive bibliography on the Holodomor.

  7. http://www.faminegenocide.com
    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.

  8. http://www.genocidecurriculum.org/curriculum
    A US site that deals with victims of communist oppression.

  9. http://www.holodomoreducation.org
    Provides materials for teachers and a link to the exhibit “Holodomor Genocide by Famine”. CD of the exhibit is available for purchase.

  10. http://www.holodomor.org.uk
    A Ukrainian web site with English information.

  11. http://www.infoukes.com/history/famine/links
    An information site on things Ukrainian. Articles on the Ukrainian Famine/Genocide and bibliography.

  12. http://www.lucorg.com
    This site presents a Teacher Package on Ukrainian Famine Education.

  13. ttp://www.massviolence.org/The 1932-1933 Great Famine in Ukraine
    The Great Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933, Nicholas Werth, April 2008.

  14. http://www.historywiz.com/ukrainefamine.htm

  15. http://www.president.gov.ua/en/news/8296.html
    Official site of the President of Ukraine.

  16. http://www.preventgenocide.org/edu/pastgenocides/soviet/ukraine/resources

  17. http://www.shevchenko.org/famine/

  18. http://www.theage.com.au/multimedia/ukrainefamine/main.html

  19. http://www.ukrainiangenocide.com
    Educational material available for teachers on the Ukrainian Genocide, eyewitness accounts, media cover-up, bibliography.

  20. http://www.ukrweekly.com/old/archive/Great_Famine/index.shtml

  21. http://www.ushmm.org/conscience/analysis/details.php
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum “Ukraine 1933: The Terror Famine”.

  22. http://www.yale.edu/gsp/

  23. Lemkin on the Genocide against the Ukrаіnians