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Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933
The Ukrainian Genocide Famine (Holodomor)
is one of the least known tragedies of the 20th century...

At the height of the Genocide Ukrainians were dying at a rate of 25,000 per day.

Nearly 1 in 4 rural Ukrainians perished as a direct result.

The Soviet Union dumped 1.7 million tons of grain on Western markets during the Genocide.
Nearly a fifth of a ton of grain was exported for each person who died of starvation.

Over 3,000,000 children born between 1932-1933 died of starvation.

The US Congress 1988 Commission on the Ukraine Famine concluded:
"Joseph Stalin and those around him committed genocide against Ukrainians in 1932-1933".

There were over 10,000,000 victims of the Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933
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“Those who deny the Holodomor today loathe Ukraine deeply and resolutely. They hate us, our spirit and our future. They do not deny our history
but deny Ukraine.”
                                                                                                                                   - Viktor Yushchenko, Former President of Ukraine
"The aftermath of the present tragedy in Ukraine will be Russian colonization of this country, which will affect its ethnic makeup.  In the future,
or even in the near future, no one will even speak about Ukraine or the Ukrainian people - and, hence, about the Ukrainian problem - because
Ukraine will de facto become a territory with a predominantly Russian population."
                                                                                                                      - Letter from the Italian consul in Kharkiv, Ukraine
                                                                                                                Sergio Gradenigo to his Ambassador in Moscow (1933)
September 23, 2010 - Washington, DC:  During a speech before the US House of
Representatives, Congressman Mike Quigley (D-IL) remembers the 10,000,000
victims of the Ukrainian Genocide and commends the work of Ukrainian Genocide
Famine Foundation - USA and the Ukrainian National Museum in Chicago in
ensuring that the victims of the Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-33 are never forgotten.  
He recognizes the work of Nicholas Mischenko, President of the Ukrainian Genocide
Famine Foundation -USA.

International Charitable Fund -
Ukraine 3000
75th Anniversary of the

Ukrainian Genocide Poster
   Resolution  of the International scientific and practical conference called “Holodomor 1932-1933: losses of the Ukrainian nation”

The conference was held on October 4, 2016 in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The conference was organized jointly by the National museum “Holodomor Victims
Memorial”, the Maksym Rylsky Institute of Fine Arts, Folklore and Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Mykhailo Hrushevsky Ukrainian Institute of
Archaeology and Source Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Public Committee for the Commemoration of the Victims of Holodomor-Genocide 1932-
1933 in Ukraine, the Association of Famine Researchers of Ukraine, the Vasyl Stus All-Ukrainian Society “Memorial”, and the Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation (Chicago,

During three plenary sessions of the conference there were 33 papers presented different aspects of losses of Ukrainian nation because of genocide committed by communist
occupation regime headed Joseph Stalin.

The key issue of the conference was the problem of demographic losses of Ukrainian nation during Holodomor-genocide 1932 - 1933, which is not solved yet and still
controversial. Despite the fact, that the Ukrainian historiography especially Ukrainian Diaspora is based on documents of foreign diplomats, scientific researches newly
declassified archival documents and published testimonies of contemporaries, calculates Holodomor losses from 7 to 10 million people, some researchers and
demographers referring to Moscow archives and outdated research studies, defend the figure of 3.5 - 3.9 million victims.

The analysis of experts’ estimates of demographic losses of Ukraine obtained by the M. Ptukha Institute of Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences
of Ukraine was discussed by the conference participants. They issued that data used by the M. Ptukha Institute of Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of
Sciences of Ukraine is incorrect and relative because their calculations were based on the basic data taken from All-Union census of 1937 and 1939, which were falsified. Also,
in their researches they used starting population figures of Ukrainian SSR as 31.7 million people which could not be correlated with the published in 1933 Soviet statistical and
economic directories in all regions of USSR. According to the directories there were 32°680,7 thousand people all together and 25°553,0 thousand peasants  among them. The
conference issued that the number of Holodomor victims is reduced as it was based on the incorrect calculations. In same papers the using of definition "over mortality" by
demographers to determine the actual number of Holodomor victims (3 942.5 thousand) was criticized.  Some participants of the conference also claimed the demographers
statement about non-consideration 1 606 800 people died in that time like due to natural factors and demographers’ insistence on the finality of their calculations.