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Commemorating Victims of Holodomor
Special Contribution
Ukrainian Embassy
The Holodomor or Ukrainian Genocide is a term for the 1932-1933 man-made famine in Ukraine, which killed between 5 and 10 million. The file photo is a scene around the era in Ukraine.

In the history of Ukraine there are wounds that never heal and victims who will never be forgotten. This everlasting pain grows stronger every year as we uncover the truth about the cruel fate of Ukraine under the frightful Stalin regime.

The creation of our own Ukrainian State, cherished by many generations of our ancestors and based on the facets of justice, freedom and democracy, is the firm guarantee that those tragic days will never come back to our land.

Freedom from the totalitarian Soviet system has opened up the boundless potential of our people, which has become the main source of today's undeniable success of our state, strengthening of its power and independence.

For many years ahead the Ukrainian people will still feel irreversible consequences of Holodomor of 1932-1933. We also should not forget the tragic dates of holodomors of 1921 – 1923 and 1946-1947.

Honoring our own history should become a cause not only of scholars and historians, but also of the whole Ukrainian nation. Otherwise its spiritual development is not possible.

The bells of past tragedies are still tolling in the heart of Ukraine. They have to be heard in all corners of the modern world - as a tribute to those who perished, as a reminder to those who live.

Let us keep an everlasting memory of those who perished. Let holodomors never return, and never be forgotten. Let they remain in our hearts as a tribute to those perished, as a memory of pain, suffered by our people, and of its unbreakable strength.




 

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