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BYKIVNJA: VIKTOR YUSHCHENKO COMMEMORATED VICTIMS
OF POLITICAL REPRESSIONS AT REQUIEM HELD IN
BYKIVNJANS'KY FOREST NEAR KYIV, UKRAINE,
We came to honour the memory of the thousands who were murdered,
"Our Ukraine" Press, Kyiv, Ukraine, Sunday, May 16, 2004

BABI YAR ---KYIV, UKRAINE
COMPROMISE EFFORTS OVER BABI YAR CENTER

Daniel MacIsaac; Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA)
Cleveland Jewish News Wednesday, November 06, 2002

BANDERA, UKRAINE OUN LEADER
MONUMENT TO BE OPENED IN LVIV IN 2003
TO STEPAN BANDERA

UNIAN DAY
Ukrainian Independent News Agency (UNIAN)
September 18, Wednesday, 2002, Issue 164

BANDURA, KOBZA AND LIRA
The Bandura, Kobzari and Lirnyky Artists of Ukraine
Repositories of Music, Folk Culture, Tradition, Religion

BANDURA--UKRAINIAN NATIONAL INSTRUMENT
Visit Victor Mishalow's
VIRUAL BANDURA MUSEUM
History, Performers, Bandura Makers, Music Library,
Names of Persecuted Bandurists and Much More

BARONESS MOURA BUDGERG: BORN IN UKRAINE, WARNED
M15 ABOUT ANTHONY BLUNT IN 1951
She was friends with Maxim Gorky, H. G. Wells, George Bernard Shaw

Neil Tweedie and Peter Day, London Telegraph, November 28, 2002

BASQUE COUNTRY: RESOLUTION TO BE INTRODUCED IN BASQUE
PARLIAMENT REGARDING THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE
GENOCIDAL UKRAINE FAMINE OF 1932-1933

Xabier Ormaetxea, Chairman, Foreign Affaires Commission of the Basque Parliament
Basque Country, August 12, 2003

BATURYN, UKRAINE: CAPITAL OF THE COSSACK HETMAN
Canadian Supported Excavation Project in Baturyn, Ukraine Since July 2001

BEEKEEPING IN UKRAINE WEBSITE:
About beekeeping in Ukraine, its cultural and economic importance
Ukraine is one of the worlds top ten producers of honey

"Between Hitler and Stalin....Ukraine In World War II"
A New Documentary Movie
To Be Released In The Summer of 2001
Ukrainian Canadian Research & Documentation Centre

BIG STALIN KILLING FIELD APPARENTLY UNCOVERED
By Peter Baker
Washington Post Foreign Service
The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.
September 24, 2002, Page A16

BLACK SEA CRUISE: THE CHARGE OF THE BRIGHT BRIGADE
Frederic Raphael conquers the Crimea in Ukraine with stops at Yalta
Sevastopol [Chersonesos], Balaklava and Odessa to visit historic sites

London Times Online, London, UK, Sunday, June 29, 2003

THE BLACK SEA YIELDS SHIP FROM GREECE IN GLORY DAYS
Ship carried fish that came from the Black Sea Region near the Crimea
Peninsula, now part of Ukraine

Stories by William J. Broad, New York
Times and by Randolph E. Schmid, Associated Press Writer, Washington, D.C.
January 16, 2003

BOICHUK: UKRAINIAN ARTIST MYKHAILO BOICHUK MONUMENTALISM ENDURES
October 30, Artist Mykhailo Boichuk's 120th Anniversary

By Mykola SKYBA, special to The Day; Kyiv, Ukraine; November 5, 2002

Books About Ukraine That Are Now Available
BORDERLAND: A Journey Through The History Of Ukraine
By Anna Reid
A Book Review by Frank E. Sysyn, University of Alberta
Journal of Ukrainian Studies, 1998, No. 2

BRITISH PARLIAMENT-Stefan Terlezki, First Ukrainian Elected
THE ROAD FROM UKRAINE TO WESTMINSTER AND BACK

By Tony Leliw, BRAMA, New York, January 1, 2003

BRONZE SCULPTURE OF HERMES FOUND IN UKRAINE
ForUm
Ukraine
September 5, 2002

BUCHACH: THE MYSTICAL AURA OF BUCHACH, WESTERN UKRAINE
By Natalia A. Feduschak, Special to the Kyiv Post
KPNews.com, Kyiv, Ukraine, October 24, 2002

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CANADA: 1914-1920 INTERNEES REMEMBERED AT DAUPHIN'S
UKRAINIAN NATIONAL FESTIVAL IN CANADA, SCULPTURE UNVEILED
"Behind Canadian Barbed Wire"

Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association (UCCLA)
Toronto/Calgary, Canada, 4 August 2003

CANADA: MUNDARE, ALBERTA UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC
PARISH CELEBRATES CENTENNIAL
Annual Sts. Peter and Paul pilgrimage, time to remember past struggles

Special to the WCR, CanadaWestern Catholic Reporter, June 21, 2003
Mundare, Alberta, Canada, June 21, 2003

CANADA: RAY HNATYSHYN, 'EVERYMAN' POLITICIAN
RENOWNED FOR WIT, WARMTH, DIED. His grandparents
from Ukraine settled on the Canadian prairies

By Jeff Sallot, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada, December 19, 2002

RMC PROF HELPED CANADIAN VICE-REGAL MARK HIS
UKRAINIAN HERITAGE IN HIS GOVERNOR GENERAL'S
COAT OF ARMS-Canadian Governer General Ray Hnatyshyn

By Roman Zakaluzny, The Whig-Standard, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
19 December 2002

CARPATHIAN: UKRAINE MARKS 65TH ANNIVERSARY OF
CARPATHIAN UKRAINE DEMOCRATIC SOVEREIGN STATE'S
ESTABLISHMENT AND 130TH ANNIVERSARY OF BIRTH OF ITS
PRESIDENT, AVGUSTIN VOLOSHIN

Ukrinform, Kyiv, Ukraine, March 17, 2004

CHERNOBYL: MOURNERS IN UKRAINE MARK CHERNOBYL'S
18TH ANNIVERSARY

By Anna Melnichuk, Associated Press Writer
AP, Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, April 26, 2004

CHERNOBYL: ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE MARK 18TH (y.2004)
ANNIVERSARY OF CHERNOBYL DISASTER AT OVERNIGHT
SERVICE IN KIEV, UKRAINE

Agence France-Presse (AFP), Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Apr 26, 2004

CHERNOBYL: THOUSANDS MARCH IN UKRAINE ON THE EVE
OF CHERNOBYL'S 18TH ANNIVERSARY, NUCLEAR REACTOR
BLEW ON APRIL 26, 1986

Associated Press, Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, April 24, 2004

CHERNOBYL, UKRAINE: NEW LIFE TRICKLES BACK TO CHERNOBYL
By Simon Ostrovsky, Staff Writer, The Moscow Times
Moscow, Russia, Monday, Apr. 26, 2004

CHERNOBYL: UKRAINIAN POET AND WRITER REFLECTS ON
CHERNOBYL AND HORRORS STILL TOO VIVID
Leonid Dayen wrote the 1988 narrative "Chernobyl--Bitter Grass"

By Byron Crawford, The Courier-Journal
Louisville, Kentucky, Friday, April 16, 2004

PUTTING A LID ON CHERNOBYL
200 Tons of Uranium Lie in Ruins of Derelict Reactor In Ukraine

By Guy Gugliotta, The Washington Post, December 29, 2002

CHOP, UKRAINE: NEW BORDERS CREATE PAIN AND ENVY FOR SOME
People on the Ukrainian side of the border bitter at being
left behind. Many residents of Chop [Ukraine] curse the whims of history

By Tom Warner in Chop, Transcarpathia, Ukraine
Financial Times, London, UK, Saturday, May 1 2004

CHORNOBYL....APRIL 26, 1986
LET'S NEVER FORGET CHORNOBYL

LET'S NOT FORGET CHORNOBYL
April 26, 1986

By Lada Toptschan
Kyiv, Ukraine, April 25, 2002

MONUMENT TO VYACHESLAV CHORNOVIL, NARODYNI
RUKH FOUNDER, UNVEILED IN ZOLOCHIV, UKRAINE

UNIAN, Kyiv, Ukraine, December 22, 2002

CHRISTMAS IN UKRAINE.......
The sacred day, the religious services, the historic
family gatherings, the traditions, celebrations, and the festivities

CHRISTMAS: MERRY CHRISTMAS POSTCARDS
Postcards Over the Past 100 Years Send Greetings for a
Merry Christmas, for Joyful Holidays and Announce Christ Is Born

CHRISTMAS: "ROSY-CHEEKED PIONEER AND GLASS BANDURA"
Christmas and New Year's ornaments of different times on display at the
Museum of One Street, "Mint Sweets of Childhood"

By Vira Koulyova, "Khreshchatyk" newspaper, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tue, Dec 30, 2003

CHRISTMAS: SNOWMAID BECAME INTEGRAL CHARACTER OF
NEW YEAR FESTIVITIES ONLY IN SOVIET TIMES
Exhibition of old Christmas/New Year decorations opened in Kyiv at Museum of One Street

Interview with Vladyslava Osmak, Curator, By Ihor Osypchuk, "Fakty"
(Facts) newspaper, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tues, Dec. 23, 2003

CHURCH: ARGUMENT FOR ERECTING A PATRIARCHATE
FOR THE GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH IN UKRAINE

Interview with Jesuit Fr. Robert Taft of the Pontifical Oriental Institute
By John L. Allen, Jr, NCR Rome Correspondent, Feb 4, 2004
National Catholic Reporter (NCR), The Independent Newsweekly
Kansas City, Missouri, February 6, 2004

CHURCH: KYIV AND MOSCOW CHURCHES: "TOGETHER FOREVER"
By Klara Gudzyk, The Day, The Day Weekly Digest
Kyiv, Ukraine, January 27, 2004

CHURCH: OF GOD, TERRITORY, TITLES AND THREATS
By Prof. James Mace, Consultant to The Day
The Day Weekly Digest in English, Kyiv, Ukraine, February 10, 2004

CHURCH: THE PROFANE AND THE SACRED
Recent Visit by Russian President Putin to Ukraine

By Klara Gudzyk, The Day Weekly Digest in English
Kyiv, Ukraine, February 10, 2004

CHURCH RICH IN UKRAINIAN TRADITION
Eastern Byzantine Church in Hernando County, Florida

By Jean Johnson, St. Petersburg Times, Florida

CHURCHES IN UKRAINE: HOLY SITES
Churches offer beautiful places to study and reflect Ukraine's religious
past boasts varied wonders of architectural and historical significance

By Natalia Feduschak, Special to the Post, The Kyiv Post, Kyiv,
Ukraine, Thursday, April 24, 2003

COSSACK BATTLEFIELD COMMISSION WEB SITE
The Cossack Wars of the 17th Century
Ukraine's Historic Cossack Battlefields
VISIT THEIR 2002 FIELD SEASON at ZBORIV

1991 COUP WAS ONLY MEANS TO SAVE USSR, SAYS
GEN. VALENTYN VARENNIKOV

by Dmytro Krykun, Public Radio, Kyiv, Ukraine, August 21, 2003

CRIMEA: A TASTE OF UKRAINE, ONE SIP AT A TIME, NOVIY SVIT WINERY
by Natalia Feduschak, Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, January 30, 2003

CRIMEA: UKRAINE'S PRIDE AND JOY, OR A BURDEN?
OP-ED, By Ihor Losiv, Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, Feb 26, 2004

CRIMEAN WAR 1854: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE CRIMEA
150th anniversary of the declaration of the Crimean war

The Independent (UK), London, UK, March 27, 2004

CRIMEAN TATAR HISTORY AND CULTURE CD-ROM CREATED
WITH U.S. EMBASSY SUPPORT IN UKRAINE

www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service (ARTUIS), Friday, July 4, 2003

Crimes Of Communism Against Ukraine And Her People
NOT TO BE FORGOTTEN
A Chronicle of the Communist Inquisition in
Ukraine 1917-1991, a Museum Exposition Featuring 70 Large Panels
about the chronicle of crimes (including famines) of the communist regime
in Ukraine to be Displayed in the United States in Spring of 2003.
Exposition is also on Display in Kyiv, Ukraine

Crimes Of Nazism Against Ukraine And Her People
CZAR'S FABERGE EASTER EGGS: FORBES' FABERGE EGG
COLLECTION [NINE] UP FOR AUCTION
Commissioned by Tsar Alexander III and Tsar Nicholas II

By the Forbes.com staff, www.Forbes.com website, New York, NY, Jan 7, 2004

CZAR'S FABERGE EASTER EGGS: FORBES FAMILY TO
SELL NINE FABERGE IMPERIAL EGGS

By Madison J. Gray, Associated Press Writer, New York, NY, Friday, January 9, 2004

CZAR'S FABERGE EASTER EGGS; "GOOD EGG: RUSSIAN BOUGHT
BACK BIT OF HISTORY"
Viktor Vekselberg born 46 years ago in a tiny Soviet town on the Ukrainian-Polish border

By Linda Hales, Washington Post Staff Writer, The Washington Post
Washington, D.C., Saturday, March 13, 2004

CZAR'S FABERGE EGGS: RUSSIAN OIL BARON VIKTOR
VEKSELBERG BUYS PRIZED FABERGE IMPERIAL EGGS

By Grant McCool, Reuters, New York, NY, Feb 4, 2004

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WHEN DEMOCRACIES GAMBLE
No guarantees that good-guys always
win. If they did there would not have been a 1929-1932 famine-genocide of
the Ukrainian people at the hands of Josef Stalin

Commentary By Martin Sieff, UPI Senior News Analyst, Washington, D.C.
Thursday, June 5, 2003

NEW THEORY ON DINOSAURS: MULTIPLE METEORITES DID THEM IN
"Now, however, scientists working in Ukraine have discovered
that a well-known but smaller crater is actually 65 million years
old..making the blast that created it a likely contributor to the end of the dinosaurs"

By WILLIAM J. BROAD The New York Times, New York, New York
Tuesday, November 5, 2002

DONETSK, UKRAINE TO IMMORTALIZE IOSIF KOBZON
AND EPHIM ZVYAGILSKIY

OBOZREVATEL Internet Newspaper
Kyiv, Ukraine
January 17, 2003

DOVZHENKO: IN STALIN'S SHADOW
Ukrainian Alexander Dovzhenko was one of the Soviet Union's greatest film-makers - but
after he fought on the wrong side, his poetic brilliance was hamstrung
by years of harassment

By Jonathan Rosenbaum, The Guardian, London, UK, Friday, July 4, 2003

UKRAINE'S DOVZHENKO, AUTEUR OF THE PROLETARIAT
A festival of Alexander Dovzhenko's films at the National Gallery; Philip
Kennicott The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., December 3, 2002

NEVER MIND THE MARXISM: The horrors of the Ukrainian famine and
Ukrainian filmmaker Alexander Dovzhenko's moral complicity in that crime

By Michael Chapman, Letter to the Editor, The Washington Post, December 14, 2002

DUDINSKAYA, NATALIA
Obituary: Ruthless first lady of the Kirov Ballet,
Born in Kharkov, Ukraine, August 21, 1912

By John Gregory, The Independent United Kingdom, Jan 30, 2003

DURANTY UPDATE
Pulitzer Prize Committee Withdrew An Award in the Past

By John Berlau, Insight On The News, Washington Times Corporation
Washington, D.C. Thursday, July 17, 2003

DURANTY'S DECEPTION, LIES AND PULITZERS
By John Berlau, Writer, Insight On The News magazine
Washington Times Corp., Washington, D.C., July 7, 2003

A TALE OF TWO JOURNALISTS
Walter Duranty, Gareth Jones, and the Pulitzer Prize

By Prof. James Mace, Consultant to The Day
The Day Weekly Digest, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 15, 2003

DYNAMO--DEFENDING THE HONOR OF KIEV
Book by Andy Dougan
Published by 4th Estate

Andy Dougan's account of the German occupation of Kiev,
the subsequent hardships of Ukraine's finest footballers--
and the games against which the German forces that
ultimately led to tragedy, is a gripping work

DZERZHINSKII, FELIKS: FOUNDER OF SOVIET SECRET
POLICE--VOTE NO TO RESTORE HIS MONUMENT

POLISHING A SYMBOL OF SOVIET TERROR
Moscow's mayor proposes restoring statue of feared
founder of secret police--Felix E. Dzerzhinsky

By Douglas Birch, Sun Foreign Staff
The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland

"Masterpieces of Ecclesiastical Embroidery of Ukraine" ( XII - XX centuries )
By Tetiana Kara-Vasylieva. A book published by the Information Publishing
Center of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Kyiv, Ukraine, 2000

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"ESCAPE FROM THE 'RED PARADISE"
Repression, Confiscation, Terror, Famine, Genocide, Death
A Journey From Communist Slavery To Freedom

Erica Margita Neumann, Porto Alegre, Brazil, October, 2000

EUROPE: FOR CENTURIES UKRAINE HAS ALWAYS
BEEN AN INTEGRAL PART OF EUROPE

Interview with philosopher Serhiy Krymsky, Interviewed by Ihor Siundiukov, The Day
The Day Weekly Digest in English, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 20, 2004

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FAMINE-GENOCIDE IN UKRAINIAN ART, IMAGES AND EVOCATIONS
By Daria Darewych, York University
Canadian-American Slavic Studies Journal, Mr. Charles Schlacks, Jr, Publisher
Idyllwild, CA, Fall 2003

FAMINE IN UKRAINE: DEALING WITH 1933
Prof. James Mace, The Day, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, November 12, 2002

A FAMINE MONUMENT IS NOT ENOUGH:
Plans for the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Great Famine
should be expanded to include construction of an educational and research
center, Morgan Williams argues, Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, November 28, 2002

FAMINE MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED IN KYIV BY DIASPORA
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) has decided to honor
the memory of the victims of the Great Famine in Ukraine 1932-33
by erecting in the name of the Ukrainian diaspora a suitable monument
in the City of Kyiv
Ukrainian World Congress (UWC), Toronto and New York, October 2002

"THE FAMINE THAT NEVER WAS"
The so-called "Ukrainian famine" of 1933-34

"Modern Communism," Editor: Ken Kalturnyk
Bulletin of the Manitoba Regional Committee
Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Dec 8, 2003

FAMINE UKRAINE 1932-1933
SEVENTY YEARS AGO NOW
Famine Letters From Ukraine to the USA

Read Original 1932-1933 Letters From Ukraine
to the USA Read About What People Living In
Ukraine Wrote to Their Relatives in the USA.....South and North Dakota
"They have taken what we had, they take all we produce now,
they will take what we produce in the future, we are dying...... THERE IS NO HOPE"

FAMINE 1932-1933 YEARS IN UKRAINE
Reasons and Consequences, a New Book Published in Kyiv, Ukraine

By E. Morgan Williams, U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF),
Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov 28, 2003

A PROPER MEMORIAL TO THE VICTIMS OF THE GREAT FAMINE
EDITORIAL, The Ukrainian Weekly, Sunday, December 8, 2002

ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF FAMINE-A PAUSE FOR REFLECTION
Millennium Special: One Hundred Years of Famine

"What most of these famines have in common is a shared cause; they were
all created by man.........The accounts are stark, harrowing and shameful"
By Fiona Watson, Institute of Child Health-NutritionWorks
Article Published in "Field Exchange," Issue 8, November, 1999
Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN); Dublin, Ireland

A CANDLE LIT IN MEMORY AND HOPE
The ashes of the Holodomor Manmade Famine tug at our hearts

By Tetiana Nykytiuk, The Day, Kyiv Ukraine, March 25, 2003

SECOND RADA HEARING ON THE 1932-1933 FAMINE IN UKRAINE
Communists refuse to participate, state the famine was not artificial

By Vlad Lavrow, ArtUkraine.com correspondent in Kyiv
www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 15, 2003

PARLIAMENT OF UKRAINE DECLARES THE 1932-1933 FAMINE
"AN ACT OF GENOCIDE," AND A "DELIBERATE TERRORIST
ACT OF THE STALINIST POLITICAL SYSTEM"

www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 19, 2003

HARVEST OF DEATH
70th Anniversary of Stalin's Famine in Ukraine

By Askold Krushelnycky, Correspondent, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL)
Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, May 8, 2003

HISTORY AS EXHUMATION
"If we do not now correct the situation in Ukraine, we could lose Ukraine"
[Stalin, September, 1932]

by Prof. James Mace, Consultant to The Day
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, June 10, 2003

LESSONS OF HISTORY: FAMINE 1932-1933
A new program for everybody who studies
or just is interested in the subject of the Ukrainian Famine

International Foundation "Ukraine 3000," Kyiv, Ukraine, July 2003

"IS THE UKRAINAN GENOCIDE A MYTH?"
by James E. Mace, HOLODOMOR: THE UKRAINIAN GENOCIDE, 1932-1933
Holodomor 70th Anniversary Commemorative Edition
Canadian American Slavic Studies Journal, Mr. Charles Schlacks, Jr, Publisher, Fall 2003

SPECIAL CAMPAIGN FOR RUSSIAN FAMINE SUFFERERS,
15,000,000 STARVING, WHAT WILL YOU GIVE?

Bulletin No. 47 [Fall of 1921]
Distributed by American Friends Service Committee (Quakers), Philadelphia, PA

Felinski, Zygmunt Szezesny: Archbishop
CONGRESSMAN BOB SCHAFFER COMMENDS BEATIFICATION
OF ARCHBISHOP ZYGMUNT SZEZESNY FELINSKI

Remarks Before U.S. House of Representatives Cites Archbishop's
Spiritual Contributions, Washington, D.C., October 2, 2002

Festivals and Holidays
FOLK ART AND CULTURE TOUR OF UKRAINE 2004:
"RETURN TO THE SOURCE"

By E. Morgan Williams, Publisher and Editor
www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service (ARTUIS)
Kyiv, Ukraine and Washington, D.C., Feb 9, 2004

FOLK ART BOOK "PAINTED WOOD" PUBLISHED ABOUT
NAIVE ART FROM THE UKRAINIAN VILLAGE

By E. Morgan Williams, Publisher, www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service
(ARTUIS) Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, September 22, 2003

FOLKLORE AND ETHNOGRAPHIC DATA ABOUT UKRAINE
Major Additions Made to the Ukrainian Village Project

By Natalie O. Kononenko, Faculty, University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia, Monday, June 2, 2003

FORTRESSES IN UKRAINE
Vivid Reminders of the Long, Battle-worn History of the Steppe

By Anna Kozmina, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Roman Olearchyk, Kyiv Post Staff Writer, Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, Aug 7, 2003

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GALICIA GENEALOGY WEBSITE
Considerable information for finding your Galician ancestors
located in southeastern Poland
and southwestern Ukraine, not the Galicia in Spain

GENEALOGY RESEARCH
Ukrainian Genealogy Group
National Capital Region (UGGNCR)
Toronto, Canada

The UGGNCR website contains excellent
information and a large number of links
to other websites about Ukraine history,
maps, historical sites, Ukrainian
genealogy research and much more

GENOCIDE: AN ACTIVIST HUNGRY FOR HUMANITY
A study of genocide by the Harvard lawyer and journalist Samantha
Power] was used to justify war in Iraq. Paige Williams finds her
undeterred and still trying to improve US foreign policy on human rights

By Paige Williams, Financial Times, London, UK, March 13/March 14, 2004

GENOCIDE: AT WHAT POINT IS KILLING 'GENOCIDE'?
Philip Kennicott, Washington Post, Sunday, November 24, 2002

GENOCIDE: CHECHENS HAIL EUROPE FOR RECOGNIZING
STALIN'S 1944 DEPORTATION AS "AN ACT OF GENOCIDE"

Kavkaz-Tsentr news agency, 27 Feb 04
BBC Monitoring Service, UK, Feb 27, 2004

GENOCIDE: FOR STEVEN SPIELBERG, AN ANNIVERSARY FULL
OF URGENCY
10th Anniversary of the Shoah Foundation
Talks have begun on making videos about genocide

By Bernard Weinraub, The New York Times, NY, NY, Tues, Mar 9, 2004

GENOCIDE: A HISTORY WRITTEN IN CHECHEN BLOOD
[60th anniversary of a Soviet crime against the Chechen people]

OP-ED By Khassan Baiev, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. Tue, Feb 24, 2004

GENOCIDE: PRESIDENT BUSH FAILS TO CALL 1915 KILLINGS BY
OTTOMAN EMPIRE GENOCIDE
Armenia Activists Are Irked by Bush

By Michael Doyle, Bee Washington Bureau, The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento, California, Saturday, April 26, 2003

GENOCIDE: WAS THE GREAT FAMINE PART OF A GENOCIDAL
CAMPAIGN? ARE RUSSIANS, UKRAINIANS EQUALLY CULPABLE
FOR SOVIET CRIMES?

COMMENTARY by Dr. Bohdan Vitvitsky The Ukrainian Weekly
Parsippany, New Jersey, Sunday, April 6, 2003

"GENOCIDES HELPED MAKE 20TH CENTURY BLOODIEST EVER"
U.N. Secretary-General Warns of Another Possible Genocide in Western Sudan

REUTERS, Geneva, Switzerland, Wednesday, April 7, 2004

ATOM EGOYAN, AN ENEMY OF THE STATE OF DENIAL
A Battle Still Rages to Define "Genocide'

Stephen Hunter, Washington Post, November 24, 2002

I WAS CHOSEN BY YOUR DEAD, LEGACY OF THE FAMINE:
UKRAINE AS A POSTGENOCIDAL SOCIETY

By James Mace, The Day, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, February 18, 2003

THE OPEN WOUND
The Genocide Of German Ethnic Minorities In Russia And The Soviet Union
(including Ukraine), 1915-1949--And Beyond

Der Genozid An Russlanddeutschen 1915-1949
By Samuel D. Sinner, 2000
Germans From Russia (including Ukraine) Heritage Collection

"FACING THE PAST, Parliament Painfully Recognizes the Holodomor
As Genocide"

By Serhiy Makhun, James Mace, The Day Weekly Digest
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 20, 2003

UNITED STATES SENATOR BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL
(R-CO) INTRODUCES RESOLUTION IN U.S. SENATE REGARDING
THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GENOCIDAL UKRAINE FAMINE
OF 1932-1933, ALSO MAKES FLOOR STATEMENT

U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO), Co-Chairman, U.S. Helsinki
Commission, Monday, July 28, 2003, United States Senate, Washington, D.C.

UKRAINIAN GENOCIDE-FAMINE POSTERS AVAILABLE
Twelve Posters Available for Promoting Awareness of the Ukrainian
Genocide By Famine of 1932-1933, By Olga Kaczmar

GERMAN MENNONITES FROM THE STEPPES OF UKRAINE
IN 1874-74 TO HOMESTEADING IN KANSAS IN 1906

"Homesteading in Meade County, Kansas" By Vern Zielke
from research by Alma Classen Regier
Dodge City Daily Globe, Dodge City, Kansas, Fri, Feb 6, 2004

GERMANS: THE LOST GERMANS ARE FOUND: NOW WHAT?
The hammer and sickle fell on their colonies in the former Soviet Union.
Germans were nearly extinguished in a silent holocaust of mass starvation

By Karen Herzog, Bismarck Tribune, Bismark, North Dakota, July 31, 2003

"GOLDEN GATE BUILT IN 1037"
"Rotting Zoloti Vorota Gets Facelift"
By Dana Liss, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Kyiv, Ukraine, June 6, 2002

GONGADZE: JOURNALIST'S WIDOW BATTLES CORRUPTION IN UKRAINE
Myroslava Gongadze, "I'm tired. I don't like telling this
whole horrible story again and again, but people have to know"

By Olenka Melnyk, The Edmonton Journal
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Saturday, April 24, 2004

GULAG: COMES THE THAW, THE GULAG'S BONES TELL
THEIR DARK TALE"
In Norilsk, Russia, more than most places
its history lies buried only as deep as the bones

By Steven Lee Myers, The New York Times, NY, NY, Tues, Feb 24, 2004

GULAG: NO ESCAPE FOR GULAG'S FORMER PRISONERS
Vorkuta was the last of Stalin's infamous gulags. Ukrainians are
still trapped there

Julius Strauss in Vorkuta, Russia, Telegraph, London, UK, Jan 3, 2004

GULAG: UNDERSTANDING THE MAGNITUDE OF WHAT HAPPENED
The terror famine of the 1930's

By Anne Applebaum, Author "Gulag: A History," Heritage Lecture #800, The Heritage Foundation
Washington, D. C., October 16, 2003

GULAG COLLECTION: PAINTINGS OF THE SOVIET
PENAL SYSTEM BY FORMER PRISONER NIKOLAI GETMAN
Nikolai Getman Was Born on December 23, 1917 in Kharkiv. Ukraine

Book: The Jamestown Foundation, Washington, D.C., Year 2001

GONE WITHOUT A TRACE: GERMAN-RUSSIAN WOMEN IN EXILE
(Including German-Ukrainian Women)

By Nelly Däs, American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2001

WHY ARE YOU STILL ALIVE? A GERMAN IN THE GULAG
Author was Born in a Village called Kondratjevka in Ukraine

By Georg Hildebrandt, Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, Fargo, North Dakota, 2001

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HOLOCAUST UKRAINE: "OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH"
IT WAS THE ONLY REFUGE THEY HAD LEFT. In 1942, as the Nazis intensified their hold on Eastern Europe, several Jewish families disappeared into the vast underground labyrinths of western Ukraine.
By Peter Lane Taylor, National Geographic Adventure Magazine Washington, D.C., June/July 2004

HOLOCAUST: CAVER FOUND EVIDENCE OF SURVIVOR'S LONG ORDEAL
38 Jews who survived the Holocaust by hiding in cave in Ukraine.
Ann Carroll, The Gazette, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Sat, May 29, 2004

HOLOCAUST UKRAINE; Q&A: 'THE DARKEST DAYS'
In the spring of 1944, a group of 38 Ukrainian Jews emerged weak and
jaundiced from a cave [in Western Ukraine] they'd used for nearly a year
to escape the horrors of the Holocaust. Nearly fifty years later, one caver
began his quest to bring their story of survival to life. Caver Chris Nicola
talks about uncovering a heroic tale of Holocaust survival.
By Carey Ostergard, National Geographic Adventure Magazine Washington, D.C., June/July, 2004

Historical Postcards
Historical Sites and Museums
HISTORY: THE COMICAL, THE IDIOTIC AND THE OBSCENE:
KHRUSHCHEV'S GRAND-DAUGHTER ON UKRAINIAN HISTORY

NEWS AND VIEWS, By Bohdan Vitvitsky, The Ukrainian Weekly
Parsippany, New Jersey, Sunday, March 30, 2003

THE ROLE OF HISTORICAL MEMORY IN SUPPORT OF THE
UKRAINIAN STATE
Commemorating the Famine-Genocide represents
a monumental condemnation of the Soviet legacy that Ukrainian leaders
glorify every year on Victory Day"

View From Canada, By Roman Serbyn,
PhD, Professor, University of Quebec, ROMYR Report, FALL, 2002,
Romyr & Associates, Toronto, New York, Kyiv

HOLOCAUST
HOLOCAUST: UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST MUSEUM AND
CENTER TO BE BUILT SOON IN DNEPRPETROVSK
Tkuma Holocaust Research, Education and Memorial Center

By Daniel MacIsaac, JTA, Global News Service of the Jewish People
New York, New York, October 15, 2003

HOLOCAUST: WORK BEGINS ON UKRAINE HOLOCAUST
MEMORIAL IN DNEPROPETROVSK
The Tkuma Ukrainian Memorial Holocaust Museum

By Rachael Zuckerman, Forward Correspondent, FORWARD, NY, NY, Nov 7, 2003

UKRAINIAN CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES
Launches New Website

Dr. Anatoly Podolsky, Director, Kyiv, Ukraine, Jan 4, 2003

THE UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST OF 1932-1933: The Eyewitness Accounts
of Those Who Survived, 2003

A Book Review by Dr. James Mace, Kyiv, Ukraine
for UKRAINE REPORT 2003, No. 75, Monday, July 28, 2003

HOLODOMOR: "DR. JAMES E. MACE MEMORIAL HOLODOMOR
FUND" ESTABLISHED, by the Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA),

By E. Morgan Williams, The Action Ukraine Report, Washington, D.C.,
Thursday, April 8, 2004


HOLODOMOR: PRESIDENT KUCHMA SAYS JAMES MACE
WAS TRUE FRIEND OF UKRAINE,

Revealing the truth about the famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine, Official Presidential Website, Kyiv,
Ukraine, Wednesday, May 5, 2004


HOLODOMOR: VICTOR YUSHCHENKO SAYS DEATH OF JAMES MACE
A GREAT LOSS, HE SPOKE THE TRUTH ABOUT THE 1932-33 FAMINE IN
SOVIET UKRAINE

"Our Ukraine" Press, www.razom.org.ua, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Wed, May 5, 2004

HOLODOMOR: PUBLIC EDUCATION IN UKRAINE ABOUT THE
FAMINE-GENOCIDE OF 1932-1933: WHO'S IN CHARGE?

COMMENTARY by Marta Kolomayets, The Ukrainian Weekly
Parsippany, NJ, Dec 14, 2003

HOLODOMOR: UKRAINE 1933
THE TERROR FAMINE: Lecture by Robert Conquest: Hoover Institution

The Committee of Conscience, at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Washington, D.C., Nov 7, 1995

HOLODOMOR DOCUMENTS
"OUR LIFE" MAGAZINE: "FAMINE IN UKRAINE"
Historical Documents from the Archives of the Ukrainian
National Women's League of America (UNWLA)

By E. Morgan Williams, Senior Advisor, U.S.-Ukraine Foundation, (USUF)
Wash, D.C., Feb 5, 2004

THE UKRAINIAN FAMINE (HOLODOMOR) OF 1932-1933
AND ASPECTS OF STALINISM-NEW BIBLIOGRAPHY
A New Detailed Annotated Bibliography-In-Progress in the English Language
[Discussion by members of the H-Russia List about the new Holodomor
Annotated Bibliography by Cheryl A. Madden is posted here]

The Shevchenko Scientific Society, Inc., New York, New York, May, 2003

THE HOLY ALLIANCE
By. C. Bernstein
President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II Meet In Rome
on Monday, June 7, 1982, Discuss Polish Freedom and How to
Free all of Eastern Europe
TIME Magazine, February 24, 1992 (Cover Story)
Vol. 139, Issue 8, p.28, 13c, 1bw

HONCHAR MUSEUM, Kyiv, Ukraine
"Ivan Honchar Museum, A Treasure House of
Ukrainian Folk & Decorative Arts"

By Ihor Poshyvailo, Department Head
Ivan Honchar Museum
Photos by Volodymyr Zaitsev

ALLA HORSKA MOSAIC IN DONETSK TO BE SAVED
McDonald's Ukraine and Firm YUG will save and construct the famous
mosaic "Woman Bird" in the central lobby of their new building in Donetsk

ArtUkraine Information Service (ARTUIS), Kyiv, Ukraine; November 14, 2002

HORSKA MOSAIC THREATENED BY RENOVATIONS
McDONALDS'S DRAWS FIRE OVER MOSAIC
The "Woman-Bird" mosaic by Ukrainian dissident artist Anna Horska is
threatened by renovations for a new McDonald's restaurant in Donetsk

By Evgenia Mussuri, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Category: NATION
The Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine
14 Nov 2002

McDONALD'S UKRAINE COMMITS TO THE HISTORIC
PRESERVATION OF THE ALLA HORSKA MOSAIC IN DONETSK

ArtUkraine Information Service (ARTUIS)
Kyiv, Ukraine
Monday, November 18, 2002

ALLA HORSKA: A VICTIM OF THE STATE THAT WAS
Yuri Andrukhovych, The Day, Kyiv, Ukraine, March 3, 1998

The Life And Death Of Alla Horska
Young Ukrainian Artist of the 1950's-1960's
Repressed and Murdered By The Soviets

HUMAN INTEREST STORIES RELATED TO UKRAINE
"Personal Stories That Tug At The Human Heart;" About Artists,
Writers, Children, War Refugees, Parents, Immigrants, And Much More

HUMAN RIGHTS: LARISA BOGORAZ: HUMAN-RIGHTS CAMPAIGNER
BORN IN KHARKOV, UKRAINE, DIES IN MOSCOW

Obituary: Larisa Iosifovna Bogoraz
By Marjorie Farquharson, The Independent
London, United Kingdom; Saturday, Apr 10, 2004

HUTSUL AND POKUTTIA REGIONS FOLK ART
UKRAINIAN ANTIQUITIES IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

An Outstanding New Book, Fall 2002, Order Your Copy Now

HUTSUL ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL HELD IN UKRAINE
XII International Festival of Hutsul Culture Held in Kosiv
XIII Festival to be Held in Vyzhnytsya in 2003

ArtUkraine Special Report on Ukrainian Festivals
By ArtUkraine.com Culture and Travel Editor
Kyiv, Ukraine, November, 2002

JAMES MACE
He had the Courage to Understand
and Tell the Truth About the Great Manmade Famine

By Stanislav Kulchytsky
The Day
Kyiv, Ukraine
February 18, 2002

HOLODOMOR: "DR. JAMES E. MACE MEMORIAL HOLODOMOR FUND" ESTABLISHED
by the Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA),

By E. Morgan Williams, Publisher and Editor,
THE ACTION UKRAINE REPORT,
Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 8, 2004


UKRAINIAN JEWISH COMMUNITY MARKS COMING OF AGE
Kharkov, Ukraine

By Daniel MacIsaac, Cleveland Jewish News.com, Tuesday, December 31, 2002

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IMMIGRATION: THE UKRAINIAN AMERICAN STUDIES FUND,
Insuring the Future of the IHRC's Ukrainian American History Collection,
Immigration History Research Center,
College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, MN, May, 2004

Internment of Ukrainians In Canada During World War I, 1914-1920
Commemorative Plaque Unveiling
Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association
Amherst, Nova Scotia
September 22, 2001

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JEWISH COMMUNITY: VICTOR YUSHCHENKO'S SPEECH
AT THE CONGRESS OF UKRAINIAN JEWS
"Our Ukraine" Press Service, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 18, 2004

JEWISH COMMUNITY: VICTOR YUSHCHENKO: "I BELIEVE IN
UKRAINE, IN ITS FUTURE, OPEN TO ALL OF ITS CITIZENS"
Yushchenko participated in the Jewish Congress held in Kyiv,
Our Ukraine Press, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 18, 2004

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KGB TERROR HIDDEN IN UKRAINIAN GRAVE SITE
Deutsche Presse-agentur
June 26, 2001

KHYVLIOVYI, MYKOLA, MORITURI TE SALUTANT, REMEMBERING
Born Dec 13, 1893, Put A Bullet Through His Head On May 13, 1933

By Prof. James Mace, The Day Weekly Digest, Kyiv, Ukraine, Dec 16, 2003

KOENIGS COLLECTION: NETHERLANDS HAILS RETURN BY
UKRAINE OF ART STOLEN DURING WWII
Drawings collection is considered one of the most important in the world

By Helen Fawkes, BBC correspondent in Kiev
BBC NEWS, Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, April 20, 2004

KOLOMIYA, UKRAINE: POTTERY AND ART HELP TO SHAPE IT'S HISTORY
Local potters, artisans struggle to keep local traditions alive
Kolomiya built a new museum shaped like a large Easter egg, or pysanka

By Natalia Feduschak, The Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, March 27, 2003

OBITUARY: LEV KOPELEV, WRITER, DISSIDENT, WITNESS
TO UKRAINE FAMINE OF 1932-1933

by Andrij Kudla Wynnyckyj
Toronto Press Bureau (Canada), The Ukrainian Weekly, July 6, 1997

KOZAK-MAMAI (MAMAI THE COSSACK)
Often Portrayed in 17th-19th Century Folk Paintings in Ukraine

"Ancient Symbolism of Kozak-Mamai Image"
by Tetyana Poshyvaylo-Marchenko

KRYCHEVSKY ARTWORK AND ARCHIVE EXHIBITION IN KYIV
Collection Of Items by Vasyl Hryhorovych Krychevsky Donated to Ukrainian
Museums by Krychevsky Family in Caracas, Venezuela

By Vlad Lavrov, ArtUkraine.com Correspondent in Kyiv
ArtUkraine.com Information Service, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 14, 2003

KRYCHEVSKY: CAPACITY CROWD VIEWS THE VASYL
HRYHOROVYCH KRYCHEVSKY PAINTING AND ARCHIVE
COLLECTION AT THE EMBASSY OF UKRAINE IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Krychevsky Collection Being Donated to Museums In Ukraine

By E. Morgan Williams, Ukraine Market Reform Group (UMRG), ArtUkraine.com
Information Service, Washington, D.C., May 5, 2003

KRYCHEVSKY: SECOND COLLECTION OF VASYL KRYCHEVSKY
ARTISTIC WORKS DONATED TO UKRAINIAN MUSEUMS BY
KRYCHEVSKY'S FAMILY IN VENEZUELA ARRIVE IN KYIV
Opening of Exhibit, "Return of a Master"

By E. Morgan Williams, Publisher, www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service (ARTUIS)
Washington, D.C., Wed, Feb 24, 2004

UKRAINIAN ARTIST VASYL KRYCHEVSKY
50th ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH

November 15, 2002

KUCHMA: PROFILE OF UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT LEONID KUCHMA
BBC Monitoring Service Research, UK, Apr 17, 2004

KYIV APPROVES DIASPORA'S MEMORIAL TO GREAT FAMINE
by Roman Woronowycz, Kyiv Press Bureau; The Ukrainian Weekly;
The Ukrainian National Association; USA, November 3, 2002

KYIV-THE HOLY TRINITY CHURCH ABOVE THE GATE
"An Ancient Church You Walk Under To Get Into A Monastery"
Troitska Nadvratna Tserkva-12th Century
Kyiv Pechersk Lavra Monastery

Based on Information Supplied by
Valentina Kolpakova, Assistant Director of the
Kyiv Perchersk Lavra National Preserve
Photographs by Mykhailo Andreyev

"KYIV-MOHYLA ACADEMY" NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE
Citadel of European Spirit and Ukrainian Enlightenment

By Serhiy Makhun, The Day Ukrainian Newspaper, October 22, 2002

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LENIN UNDERGOES EXTREME MAKEOVER
Lenin looks better than the day he died, his embalmer brags

By Mark McDonald, Associated Press, Moscow, Russia, March 1, 2004

A PANTHEON OF ONE..LENIN THE SURVIVOR
"Yet in Russia, nobody toppled Lenin. He remains the central feature of
hundreds, if not thousands, of town squares and city halls here and in
the post-Soviet states of Ukraine, Belarus and Central Asia"

By Michael Wines, Moscow, The New York Times, NY, NY
Sunday, July 27, 2003

LOBANOVSKIY: UEFA REMEMBERS UKRAINIAN FOOTBALL COACH
UEFA'S Ruby Order of Merit Award Presented to Family

Union of European Football Association (UDFA), Nyon, Switzerland, May 12, 2003

L'VIV IS UKRAINE'S WINDOW ONTO EUROPE
The EU is expanding with 10 new members. Looking at places that will
be just outside the enlarged EU, while feeling culturally and historically part of it

By Bridget Hourican, The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, Mon, April 26, 2004

LVIV: OLD TRADITIONS AND FREEDOM LOVING SPIRIT
One of the Oldest Cities in Eastern Europe
Founded in the Middle of the Thirteenth Century

Lviv Mayor Vasyl' Kuybida with Anatoly Nashkersky
Welcome To Ukraine Magazine
With Contributions and Additional Photos by ArtUkraine.com

L'viv Regional State Administration Website, L'viv Region, L'viv, Ukraine
Information about L'viv and the Region

LYTVYN: PROFILE OF UKRAINIAN PARLIAMENT SPEAKER LYTVYN
BBC Monitoring Service Research, UK, Friday, 7 May 04

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MILITARY DEPOT BLAST LATEST IN SERIES OF
TRAGIC BLUNDERS BY UKRAINIAN ARMY,
COMMENTARY: By Askold Krushelnycky, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, May 20, 2004

MACE: WE HAVE LOST A TRUE ALLY! PROF. JAMES MACE,
A brilliant US scholar and a selflessly dedicated friend of Ukraine,
By Larysa Ivshyna, Editor-in-Chief, The Day,
The Day Weekly Digest in English,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 11, 2004

PROF. JAMES MACE: THE KNIGHT OF TRUTH ABOUT UKRAINE
Pioneering Researcher of the Holodomor Manmade Famine,
COMMENTARY: The Day, The Day Weekly Digest in English,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 11, 2004

MACE: WE SHALL REMEMBER YOU, JAMES!
Professor, Historian, Author, Journalist: James E. Mace (1952-2004),

Five Commentaries About James E. Mace,
The Day: The Day Weekly Digest in English,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 11, 2004

MACE: TELEGRAMS ABOUT LIFE AND DEATH OF JAMES E. MACE,
In Tribute to His Life and Contribution to Ukraine, 1952-2004,

The Day: The Day Weekly Digest In English,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, May 11, 2004

MALEVICH'S SHAPES OF THINGS TO COME--A Revolutionary Whose
Brush Was Mightier Than His Pen. Kazimir Malevich was born near Kiev in 1878

By Blake Gopnik, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., May 27, 2003

MALEVYCH: "THE UNKNOWN MALEVYCH"
Internationally Renowned Artist: On his 125th Birth Anniversary

By Olena Papeta, Art Researcher, The Day Weekly Digest in English
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 9, 2004

WORKS BY MALEVICH STIR CONTROVERSY AT GUGGENHEIM
Kazimir Malevich was born near Kyiv in 1878

The Russia Journal Daily, Moscow, The Associated Press, New York, May 23, 2003

UNKNOWN PREHISTORIC MAMMAL DISCOVERED IN UKRAINE
Interfax-Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine, Dec 24, 2002

MARIENBERG: FATE OF A VILLAGE
(Located northwest of Odessa, Ukraine)

By Johann Bollinger and Janice Huber Stangl, Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, 2000

Mazepa, Ivan; Cossack Hetman and Russian Czar Peter the Great
IN UKRAINE, A FILM'S HAZY HISTORY LESSON

Washington Post Foreign Service
Front Page, Style Section, The Washington Post
Washington, D.C., Wednesday, October 2, 2002; Page C01

MAZEPA, IVAN
General, Politician, Cultural Figure, Patron of Arts and Poet

"HETMAN IN LOVE"
by Natalya Mykhaylova

MAZEPA: UKRAINIAN COSSACK HETMAN IVAN MAZEPA:
A LOOK THROUGH CENTURIES
Exposition at the Lviv Art Gallery in Lviv, Ukraine

By Iryna Yehorova of Lviv, The Day Weekly Digest
The Day, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 8, 2003

"MAZEPPA, SONGS OF UKRAINE"
The Bolshoi Theater hits a high note with its new production of 'Mazeppa'

By Raymond Stults, The Moscow Times, Arts & Ideas
Moscow, Russia, Feb. 6-12, 2004

MELITOPIL MOUNDS ETCHED IN UKRAINE'S PAST
Kamyana Mohyla, or "The Rock Mound"

Natalia Feduschak, Kyiv Post, November 14, 2002

"MEMORIAL"
A Ukrainian Organization Gathering and Publishing Information
on Soviet Atrocities in Ukraine
The Kyiv branch of "Memorial" has launched a website. Though
several sections of it are still under construction, one can learn
about the mission of "Memorial," its recent activities, including
research of the Bykivnya tragedy, and look through the archive
of publications. The website is in Ukrainian only.

MICHAIL GORBACHEV: Communism was 'pure propaganda'
By Verena Dobnik
The Assosiated Press
March 11, 2002

MILITARY HISTORY UKRAINE
Xenophon Group International

Promoting the Study of Military History
Website Contains Considerable Material about Ukraine

MONUMENT TO UKRAINIAN POET OPENED IN UZBEK CAPITAL
Ukrainian Poet and Writer, Taras Shevchenko, Sculptor Leonid Duryabtsev
Designed Monument
Uzbek Radio, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, December 20, 2002

MOROZ: PROFILE OF UKRAINIAN SOCIALIST LEADER
OLEKSANDR MOROZ,

BBC Monitoring Service Research, UK, Friday, May 7, 2004

THE VIEW FROM MOSCOW
The Pope as a Nation Breaker
By CONSTANTINE PLESHAKOV
The Japan Times, July 7, 2001

MUSEUM: UKRAINIAN MUSEUM WILL STAY IN CLEVELAND, OHIO
New two-story building to be built behind current structure
Maps, photos used by Nazis to invade Ukraine in World War II will now be displayed

By Angela Townsend, Plain Dealer Reporter, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, April 17, 2004

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN UKRAINE THROUGH
THE CENTURIES: Lute, Torban, Kobza, Bandurka,
Bandura. History, Artists, Illustrations, Photographs, Folk Music

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NADIYA SVITLYCHNA
A New Era In Her Life Began,
Behind The Barbed Wires Of Mordovia,
Far From Her Native Land And Her Beloved Son
Arrested April 1972, Sentenced, March, 1973

NAZI: 50 BODIES UNEARTHED IN UKRAINE MASS GRAVE IN
CRIMEA BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN KILLED BY NAZI TROOPS

Associated Press, Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, April 9, 2004

NAZI ART: TRAIL OF NAZI PLUNDER LEADS TO HIGH COURT
Case has wide implications in art world, foreign policy

By Richard Willing, USA TODAY, Washington, D.C., Mon, Feb 23, 2004

NAZI FOOTBALL MURDERS: FOOTBALL: NO-ONE WOULD STOP THEM
February 24, 1943: It has now been sixty-one years since FC
Start Ukrainian football [soccer] players were murdered by Nazis

By Rachel Sproule, The Hibernian Football Club Web Site
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 24 February 2004

NAZI SLAVE LABOR CAMP GUARD, CASE AGAINST ALLEGED NAZI
Jaroslaw Bilaniuk Was Born In Ukraine

By Mae M. Cheng and Bryan Virasami, Newsday, December 27, 2002

NAZIS SURVIVOR FROM UKRAINE LOCATES BROTHER
IN UKRAINE AFTER MORE THAN 60 YEARS

By Patrick Walters, Associated Press Writer
Philadelphia, PA, Thursday Oct 3,2002

NEW MUSEUM SEEKS TO BE THE HEARTH OF A UKRAINIAN HUB
Little Ukraine is Getting a Little Bigger
By Denny Lee
New York Times, N.Y., N.Y.
August 26, 2001

THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE FOR LEONID KRAVCHUK?
The whole process began in 1994 when President Leonid Kravchuk committed Ukraine
to become nuclear-free. And now it is.

By Andrew Fedynsky, The Ukrainian Weekly, Parsippany, New Jersey, December 22, 2002

86TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT OCTOBER REVOLUTION
MARKED IN UKRAINIAN CAPITAL, UKRAINIANS DEMAND CHEAPER BREAD

Interfax-Ukraine news agency and Reuters, Kiev, Nov. 7, 2003

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ODESSA: THE LOWLIFE CHARMS OF ODESSA
By Sylvie Briand, Agence France-Presse (AFP), Odessa, Ukraine, Sun, 25 Jan 2004

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PAPAL MASS DRAWS 1 MILLION
Throng in Ukraine Praised for Triumph Over Oppression
By Susan B. Glasser
Washington Post Foreign Service
Thursday, June 28, 2001; Page A20

PECHERSKY MONASTERY IN KYIV OPENS UNIQUE EXHIBITION
UNIAN, Kyiv, Ukraine, December 9, 2002

PEREIASLAV "TREATY"... ROAD TO SERFDOM
This year marks the 350th anniversary of the Pereiaslav Treaty

On behalf of the Executive Board of the UCCA
Michael Sawkiw, Jr., President, Marie Duplak, Executive Secretary
Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA)
Washington, D.C., February 23, 2004

PEREYASLAV COUNCIL: UKRAINIANS CELEBRATE 17TH
CENTURY PACT WITH RUSSIA, CALL FOR UNION WITH RUSSIA
350th Anniversary of the Pereyaslav Council

ITAR-TASS news agency, Moscow, Russia
Interfax-Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine, January 17, 2004

PEREYASLAV TREATY--STATEMENT ON OBSERVANCE
OF THE PEREYASLAV TREATY OF JANUARY 1654
Hetman Bohdan Khmelnycky in the City of Pereyaslav

Ukrainian World Congress (UWC)
New York and Toronto

POLAND SUPPORTS UKRAINE'S EURO-ATLANTIC ASPIRATIONS
President Aleksander Kwasniewski Speaks of Common Polish-Ukrainian History

BBC Monitoring Service; United Kingdom; November, 9, 2002

POLISH WAR CRIME INVESTIGATORS DISCOVER
HIGH-RANKING OFFICERS' MASS GRAVE IN UKRAINE
They were killed by the Soviet Army at the end of September in 1939

BBC Monitoring Service; United Kingdom; November 08, 2002

POPE HAILS UKRAINIANS WHO DIED FOR CHURCH
Askold Krushelnycky,
The Daily Telegraph (London)
June 28, 2001

POPE'S VISIT STIRS FEELINGS OF PATRIOTISM IN UKRAINIANS
Long-Suffering Catholics Celebrate Having the
Leader of Their Church on Their Soil
By Goeffrey York
The Globe and Mail, Wednesday, June 27, 2001
Toronto, Canada

POSTCARD BOOK TELLS THE STORY OF UKRAINE
"In Memory of Native Land: Ukraine in Old Cards"
By Mykhailo Zabochen, Oleksander Polishchuk and Volodymyr Yatsiuk
Published in 2000, Over 500 pages

(Book can be obtained through ArtUkraine)
Book reviews by Ingert Kuzych and Marta Kolomayets about the new
Ukraine postcard book can be found here

BOOK REVIEW OF BOHDAN HARASYMIW'S BOOK
"POST-COMMUNIST UKRAINE"

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, by Taras Kuzio, January, 2003

PROKOFIEV: KIROV OPERA PERFORMS RARE SERGEI
PROKOFIEV WORK IN NEW YORK
The opera, Semyon Kotko, is set in a Ukrainian village at the end of World War I

By Mike Silverman, Associated Press Writer New York, New York, Wednesday, July 9, 2003

PROKOFIEV'S HEROIC BOLSHEVIKS
"Semyon Kotko" is Sergei Prokofiev's Fifth Opera and
Features a Ukrainian Peasant Village

Lincoln Center Festival Review, By Anthony Tommasini, New York Times
NY, NY, July 10, 2003

PROKOFIEV'S "SEMYON KOTKO" PERFORMED BY THE KIROW
OPERA AT THE METROPOLITIAN OPERA IN NEW YORK

Synopsis of Prokofiev Opera "Semyon Kotko" Performed by the
Kirow Opera, Valery Gergiev, Conductor, Metropolitian Opera,
Lincoln Center, New York City, New York, July 8, 9 & 12, 2003

TARAS PROTSYUK: UKRAINAN REPORTER
IN A FLOATING WORLD, KILLED IN BAGHDAD

By Inessa Kim, TOL correspondent in Poland, Transitions On Line
Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, 17 April 2003

PYSANKA: UKRAINIAN EGGS LAST ALL YEAR LONG
Pysanka are her passion."Being Ukrainian is more than wearing a
Ukrainian shirt and eating perogies," she says." Its a way of preserving
their heritage and making it come alive for them," said Gerry Zerebecky

By Reporter Britainy Robinson, CBC Saskatchewan, Regina,
Saskatchewan, Canada, April 17, 2003

PYSANKY: ANNUAL WHITE HOUSE EASTER EGG ROLL
AND COLLECTION OF DECORATED STATE EGGS
One of the Oldest and Most Unique Traditions in Presidential History.
Some eggs decorated in the traditional Ukrainian pysanka style are
included in the collection

The White House, Washington, D.C.

PYSANKY: "THE ART OF THE EGG"
Ukrainian Easter Egg Painting - Learn How to Make Pysanky

Workshop by the House of Ukraine in Balboa Park, California
By Geeta Chinai, SignOnSanDiego Contributor
The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego, CA, Wed, Mar 10, 2004

PYSANKY: AT THE UKRAINIAN MUSEUM IN NEW YORK,
THE MAGICAL PYSANKA, THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION
There is no Ukrainian folk art object that has such universal audience
appeal as the pysanka

By Marta Baczynsky, Public Relations, The Ukrainian Museum
New York, New York, March, 2003

PYSANKY: EASTER TRADITION CONTINUES
Nadia Poluch Teaches the Traditional Art of Ukrainian Egg Decorating in Canada

By Andrew Bruce, Mercury Staff, The Guelph Mercury, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Saturday, April 19, 2003

PYSANKY: THE GOOD EGG, SYMBOL OF FERTILITY AND NEW LIFE
By Angela Vasquez, Staff Writer, U-Daily News - L.A. LIFE, Los Angeles Daily News
Los Angeles, California, April 17 2003

PYSANKY: INDIANA TEACHER'S HOOSIER EGG ON DISPLAY AT
WHITE HOUSE
Sheri Johnson Demonstrated the Ukrainian Art of Pysanky

Beth Hlavek, Jounal and Courier Online Great LaFayette, Indiana, April 19, 2003

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RELIGION: ROAD OF LOSSES--THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE
UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

By Klara Gudzyk, The Day Weekly Digest
Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, June 3, 2003

REPENTING IS POPE"S VIRTUE
By: Yevgenia Albats
Moscow Times
June 26, 2001

ROMNY, HISTORIC CITY IN SUMY OBLAST, UKRAINE
MARKS ITS 900th ANNIVERSARY

by Roman Woronowycz, Kyiv Press Bureau, The Ukrainian Weekly, October 20, 1996

RUBLE NOW HISTORY IN UKRAINE
by Robert Seely
The Moscow Times, Moscow, Russia
Friday, November 13, 1992

RUSSIA KEEPS STALIN LOCKED IN ITS PAST
Decades On, Nation Has Yet to Confront Murderous Reign

By Sharon LaFraniere, Washington Post Foreign Service
The Washington Post, Washington, D.C.
Tuesday, September 24, 2002; Page A01

RUSSIA: PUTIN'S RETURN TO THE PAST
Assertion of a common history with Ukraine,
commemoration of the Pereyaslav Treaty

Guest Column By Dr. David Marples, ExpressNews, University of Alberta Website
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Feb 6, 2004

RUSSIA: WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
War, unemployment, secret-police networks: Lenin's famous poser,
'What is to be done?' is still relevant in Vladimir Putin's Russia
Hopes of order from chaos hang heavy on next weekend's elections

Analysis By Stephen Kotkin, Financial Times Weekend
FT.com site; London, UK, Saturday/Sunday, Mar 06-07, 2004

RUSSIANS REMAIN POSITIVE ABOUT LENIN
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty-RFE/RL
NEWSLINE Vol. 6, No. 75, Part 1,
22 April 2002
And the Other Side of the Story from "The Open Wound"

RUSSIAN 'WE' STILL CRUSHES INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS
By Konstanty Gebert for USA TODAY; Thursday, November 7, 2002

RUSYNS/RUSNAKS INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION
YAHOO GROUP E-MAIL LIST

Information for and discussions
by Rusyns/Rusnaks from Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Serbia and Croatia

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SHEVCHENKO, TARAS--VIKTOR YUSHCHENKO, HIS FAMILY
AND COLLEAGUES, HONORED TARAS SHEVCHENKO'S
MEMORY AT CHERNECHA HORA
'Our Ukraine' Press, www.razom.org.ua, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 22, 2004

WWII TANK "T-34" IN SIMPHEROPOL UKRAINE TO BE MOVED
The Tank T-34 monument is being moved because it stood on the place where
the Cathedral of St. Aleksandr Nevskiy was located. The Cathedral was
destroyed in the 1930's and will be re-built

OBOZREVATEL Internet- Newspaper, Kyiv, Ukraine, January 16, 2003

SCYTHIAN KING'S GOLD PECTORAL
Perfection Embodied in Gold--4th or 5th Century B.C.
Held In Museum of Historic Jewellery of Ukraine
Kyiv, Ukraine

Reported by Olena Pidvysotska and Tetyana Samina,
Photos by Mykhailo Andreev

"The Shaman's Coat: The Fate of Siberia's Indigenous People" by Anna Reid,
A former Kiev correspondent

Book Review By Benson Bobrick, The New York Times, December 15, 2002

SHEVCHENKO: SACRED FREEDOM
Who helped liberate Taras Shevchenko from serfdom and how

By Ihor Siundiukov, The Day Weekly Digest, Kyiv, Ukraine, July 8, 2003

SHEVCHENKO, TARAS: THE MOST FAMOUS OF THEM ALL
Bard of Ukraine, Poet, Artist, Freedom Fighter; History, Photographs,
Postcards, Monuments, Writings, Folk Art, Figurines, Sculptures

SIKORSKY'S WINGS OF DESTINY
Igor Sikorsky Invented First Helicopter in Kyiv in 1909

By Stanislav Tsalyk, KyivWeekly, September 13, 2002

AIRPLANE FLIGHTS..THE ARCHITECTS OF AERIAL DREAMS
Igor Sikorsky's flight from St. Petersburg to Kiev, a distance of 750 miles, in 1914

A book review by Jamie James, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles,
CA, Sunday, June 29, 2003, of the book "Taking Flight: Inventing the Aerial
Age From Antiquity Through the First World War," by Richard P. Hallion

"PATRIARCH YOSYP SLIPYI" DOCUMENTARY
Interview with Marta Kolomayets, By Diana Bazyliak, The Day,
Kyiv, Ukraine, November 19, 2002

SOLZHENITSYN, ALEXANDER
RUSSIA HONOURS GULAG-CHRONICLER

BBC NEWS, November 19, 2002

SOVIET CRIMES REMAIN UNPUNISHED
More than a decade after the fall of the Soviet Union, Ukraine has yet
to come to terms with the legacy of Soviet crimes against humanity

By Taras Kuzio, The Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, October 3, 2002

SOVIET ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: "OMELETS, EGGS AND
EGGHEADS"
In September 1933, NY Times reporter Walter Duranty
set off from Moscow for Ukraine to discredit "campaign about the alleged famine"

Book Review By Bertrand M. Patenaude, The Wall Street Journal
New York, NY, February 24, 2004

SOVIET-ERA ATROCITY UNEARTHED IN UKRAINE
Remains of 225 Apparently Killed by Secret Police Are Found in Monastery

By Peter Baker, Washington Post Foreign Service
The Washington Post, Front Page Story
Washington, D.C., Tuesday, July 23, 2002

SOVIET REPRESSION STATISTICS: SOME COMMENTS
Appendix: Do the famine victims belong in the same category as
repression victims? Michael Ellman, Europe-Asia Studies, Winter, 2002

HOW BIG WAS STALIN'S GULAG?
Comments about Michael Ellman's article
"Soviet Repression Statistics: Some Comments," Europe-Asia Studies

by Stephen D. Shenfield, Editor, JRL Research and Analytical Supplement
January 15, 2003

SOVIET SINS SURFACING
Commentary By Michael Chapman
The Washington Times
Washington, D.C.
August 29, 2001

SOVIET UNION BOOK REVIEW: THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPIRE:
NATIONS AND NATIONALISM IN THE SOVIET UNION, 1923-1939--

Book by Terry Martin, Review by Professor Raymond Pearson, May, 2002

"THE (SOVIET) FAMINE WAS NOT INTENTIONAL GENOCIDE"
AUTHOR TERRY MARTIN RESPONDS TO A BOOK REVIEW
OF HIS NEW BOOK: The Affirmative Action Empire Nations
and Nationalism in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939

SOVIET UKRAINE: UKRAINE BEGINS TO DEAL SERIOUSLY WITH SOVIET PAST
Ukraine has long held an ambivalent attitude toward its Soviet past

Dr. Taras Kuzio, Resident Fellow, University of Toronto
RFE/RL Poland, Belarus, and Ukraine Report Prague, February 25, 2003

SPORTS: FRANCE-BOUND UKRAINIAN ROWER THEODORE
REZVOY KNOWS WHAT FLOATS HIS BOAT
"I do it for my country," he said. The blue and yellow flag of Ukraine will be aboard

By Charles Zusman, The Star-Ledger, NJ.com website, Newark, New Jersey, June 29, 2003

SPORTS: UKRAINIAN ROWMAN THEODORE REZVOY SETS
OUT TO CONQUER ATLANTIC
Attempt to be the first ever, but first, second, third and last, he is a citizen of the Ukraine

OP-ED by Steve Dunlevvy, New York Post, NY, NY, July 3, 2003

STALIN-A DESPOT AND A FLIRT: BOOTS, BILLIARDS, BABIES ON
HIS KNEE
On the domestic banalities revealed by a new biography of Joseph Stalin

A book review by Robert Service, The Guardian, London, UK, July 19, 2003
of "Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar" by Simon Sebag Montefiore

STALIN: HOW BRITISH AUTHOR AND PLAYWRIGHT GEORGE
BERNARD SHAW DEFENDED STALIN'S MASS KILLINGS

By Will Bennett, Art Sales Correspondent, NEWS.telegraph.co.uk, London, UK
Wednesday, June 18, 2003

STALIN: INSIDE A MONSTER'S MIND
But the terror did not even achieve its intended objectives. The slaughter of the kulaks -
supposed to double agricultural output - was followed by a decline in wheat
production to below Tsarist levels

Observer Book Review by Roy Hattersley,
Guardian Unlimited Books, The Observer, London, UK, Sunday, July 20, 2003
Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar, by Simon Sebag Montefiore

STALIN: JOSEF STALIN..BLOOD ON THE TRACKS
Book Review, The Economist magazine, London, UK, July 26-August 1, 2003
Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar, By Simon Sebag Montefiore

STALIN-JOSEPH THE TERRIBLE, A REVIEW OF THE NEW BOOK
"STALIN: THE COURT OF THE RED TSAR"
Author Simon Sebag Montefiore

Book Review by Marc Lambert, The Scotsman, Scotsman.com
Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday, 19 July 2003

STALIN...THE MADDEST AND MOST CRIMINAL OF TYRANTS
"By comparison with Stalin - the paranoiac of the century - Hitler was a demented boy scout"

LETTER FROM AMERICA, by Alstaire Cooke
BBC NEWS, Programmes, UK, Monday, 23 June, 2003

"STALIN AND THE UKRAINIAN FAMINE OF 1932-1933--NEW FINDINGS"
"Dr. Martin has found unequivocal evidence that Stalin was aware of existing
famine conditions. He was also able to establish a clear linkage
between the Famine and Stalin's personal view of Soviet nationalities policy"
Lecture by Dr. Terry Martin
Member--Committee on Ukrainian Studies
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI)
Harvard University
For the Annual Commemoration of the Victims of the Soviet-engineered Famine in Ukraine
Toronto, Canada, November 20, 2001

STALINISM'S VICTIMS: HOW MANY DIED?
A SUMMARY OF STALIN'S VICTIMS

Jonathan DeMersseman, April 24, 1997

STALIN'S REPUTATION AS A RUTHLESS MASTER OF
DECEPTION REMAINS INTACT

by Robert Conquest, The Guardian, London, UK, March 4, 2003

SYLVESTER STALLONE'S MOTHER SEEKS GRANNIE IN UKRAINE
Grannie's Name Was Rosa Labovich
Stallone Stared in "Rocky" and "Rambo" Movies

AFP Story, Saturday September 28, 2002, 06:53 AM

ST. MYKHAILIVSKY OF THE GOLDEN DOMES FRESCOS
TO BE RETURNED TO KYIV FROM MUSEUMS IN RUSSIA

By Kenneth Morton, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, Feb 12, 2004

ST. NICHOLAS' RELICS ENTHRONED IN ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH OF ST. NICHOLAS IN KYIV, UKRAINE

Religious Information Service of Ukraine (RISU), Lviv, Ukraine, December 16, 2002

ST. PETERSBURG'S ANNIVERSARY
Looms Large in Ukrainian History and Culture

PERSPECTIVES, by Andrew Fedynsky, The Ukrainian Weekly
Parsippany, New Jersey, Sunday, May 25, 2003

SUMY OBLAST, UKRAINE (Sumshchyna)
Historical Places In The Land of Sumy
Town of Sumy Founded in 1652 by Cossacks
By Hryhoriy Khvostenko
Historian

SYMONENKO:PROFILE OF UKRAINIAN COMMUNIST LEADER
PETRO SYMONENKO,

BBC Monitoring Service Research, UK, May 07, 2004

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TATARS: CRIMEAN TATAR DEPORTATION ANNIVERSARY
Tatar Deportation From Crimea Under Stalin Began on May 18, 1944
Backgrounder: BBC Monitoring Research Service, UK, Sun, May 16, 2004

TATARS: UKRAINIAN PRIME MINISTER YANUKOVYCH
UNVEILS CRIMEAN TATAR MONUMENT,
'The Rebirth of the Crimean Tatar People' Monument,
UNIAN news agency, Kiev, Ukraine, in Ukrainian, 17 May 04, BBC Monitoring Service, UK, in English, Monday, May 17, 2004

TATARS: PRESIDENT KUCHMA HAILS UKRAINE'S ROLE IN
CRIMEAN TATAR RESETTLEMENT IN TATAR MEMORIAL SPEECH,
Tatars deported from Crimea 60 years ago by Stalin's order starting May 14, 1944
UT1, Kiev, Ukraine, in Ukrainian, 14 May 04 BBC Monitoring Service, in English, Friday, May 14, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD LIVES IN UKRAINE,
Leonid Stadnik is 2 meters 55 centimeters tall, and he continues growing.
By Yanina Sokolovskaya, PRAVDA.ru, Moscow, Russia, April 29, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD: GIANT UKRAINIAN REACHES
FOR RECORD, LEONID STADNYK,

BBC NEWS, World Edition, Friday, March 26, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD LEONID STADNYK [STADNIK],
UKRAINIAN GIANT BATTLES POVERTY, LONELINESS

By Olena Horodetska, Reuters, Podolyantsi, Ukraine, Thur, May 13, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN WORLD: GENTLE GIANT IN UKRAINE NEEDS
URGENT SURGERY,
Leonid Stadnyk, 33, believed to be the tallest living man, does not
seek fame and calls his height his curse, writes Tom Parfitt in Podoliantsi,

By Tom Parfitt in Podoliantsi, Ukraine,
The Age, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Monday, May 3, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD: HOW TALL CAN A HUMAN GROW?
Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk hits the news as the world's tallest living man

By Ian Sample, The Guardian, London, UK, Thursday, May 06, 2004

TALLEST MAN IN WORLD: HEIGHT A PAIN FOR UKRAINE'S 'GULLIVER'
Leonid Stadnik is 8 feet 4 inches and still growing

Associated Press, Monday, April 19, 2004, Podoliantsi, Ukraine

TARAS BULBA: THE COSSACK'S ILLIAD
Gogol and the Making of Russian Literature

A Book Review by J. Bottum, Books & Culture,
Christianity Today Magazine, Carol Stream, Illinois, USA, July/August 2003
Taras Bulba by Nikolai Gogol, a new translation by Peter Constantine
Modern Library, 2003, 141 pp., $17.95

TATAR ART: A CRIMEA LEFT ONLY IN PICTURES
European Cultures Museum in Berlin stores Crimean Tatar works of art

By Mykyta Kasianenko, Simferopol, Interview with Crimean Deputy Minister
of Culture Ismet Zaatov, The Day Weekly Digest in English, Kyiv, Ukraine
Tuesday, April 20, 2004

TATARS
The CRIMEAN TATARS are Turkic people who have
inhabited the Crimean Peninsula for seven centuries. The Crimean
Tatar Home Page features Tatar history, deportation and exile, return
to the homeland, literature, art, architecture, publications and traditional
Tatar foods. Website sponsored by SOTA, Haarlem, The Netherlands

TATARS: CRIMEAN TATARS
News, feature articles, ICC reports, internet discussion group, non-governmental organizations
humanitarian aid, historical research, culture. International
Committee for Crimea (ICC), Washington, D.C.

"TOTALITARIAN SECTS" A THREAT TO HUMAN RIGHTS IN
EASTERN EUROPE" CONFERENCE HELD IN VINNYTSIA, UKRAINE

Religious Information Service of Ukraine (RISU), Lviv, Ukraine, October 16, 2002

GOLDEN TREASURE FOUND IN KYIV DOWN TOWN
Burial Place of Tenth Century Warrier

VOLIA; Kyiv, October 23, 2002

TRYPILLIAN CIVILIZATION
Study and Tour in Ukraine, Summer 2004

By Mykola Ponomarenko, Kolos Corporation, Alexandria, VA, February 13, 2004

TRYPILLIAN CLAY POTTERY
"Molding Ancient Culture"
by Anna Kozmina
Kyiv Post Staff Writer
23 May 2002

TYHYPKO: PROFILE OF NATIONAL BANK OF UKRAINE
CHAIRMAN SERHIY TYHYPKO,

BBC Monitoring Service Research,
UK, Apr 26, 2004

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UKRAINE REPORT 2003 Number 10
Wednesday, March 5, 2003

Joseph Stalin Died 50 Years Ago Today, March 5, 1953, Thirteen Articles: Fifty Years
After Stalin; Enemy of the People; The Spring of our Mourning About Famine;
Robert Conquest; The Dutiful and the Damned-Stalin and his Murders; Still
Mourning Stalin?; I was Chosen by your Dead: Legacy of the Famine, Ukraine
as a Postgenocidal Society; Stalin's Forgotten Victims Stuck in the Gulag;
World Wrestles With Stalin Legacy 50 Years On; 50 Years On Stalin Casts
a Shadow Over Russia; In Russia Stalin Still Carries Clout; Remembering a
Monster; Man of Steel-Heart of Stone

UKRAINE REPORT 2003 Number 11
Thursday, March 6, 2003

Stalin Died 50 Years Ago, Crimes Against Ukraine, Part Two; Ten Articles: Ruthless
Master of Deception; Kuchma on Famine and Repressions; Were Ukrainians
Silent; Tyrant's Death Recalled; A Lesson for the West, Human Rights Activists
Decry Hullabaloo; A Crippling Legacy; Gareth Jones Reports on Famine
In Ukraine; Stalin Still Gets Russian Flowers; Not to be Forgotten
Exhibition: A Chronicle of the Communist Inquisition in Ukraine 1917-1991

UKRAINE DECLARES INDEPENDENCE
Act of Declaration of the Independence of Ukraine
Supreme Soviet Of Ukraine
August 24, 1991

UKRAINE IN HISTORY--Anno Domini 2000
By Andriy Hlazovy
A Thousand Years Ago Ukraine Entered The New
Millennium as a Mighty State with Highly Developed
Culture and it Enters the Third Millennium Again as
an Independent State

"UKRAINE IS VERY MUCH A COUNTRY"
A REPLY TO NINA KHRUSHCHEVA'S ARTICLE "STALIN AND
MEMORY" BY PROF. JAMES MACE

Kyiv, Ukraine, March 10, 2003

UKRAINE STANDS TOGETHER WITH AMERICA
COMMEMORATING THE TRAGIC EVENTS OF SEPTEMBER 11

EMBASSY OF UKRAINE, Washington, D.C.; September 11, 2002

UKRAINIAN AMERICAN STUDIES FUND,
Insuring the Future of the IHRC's Ukrainian American History Collection,
Immigration History Research Center,

College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, MN, May, 2004

UKRAINIAN FAMINES DISCUSSION
H-RUSSIA ON-LINE E-MAIL LIST

Were the Famines of 1921-22 and 1932-33 Man Made?
Can the Famines in Ukraine be Considered Genocide?
How Wide Spread Were the Famines in the Soviet Union?
How Many Suffered From the Famines/Terror/Murders?
Who is Doing Research In This Area Today?
Are There Any New Documents, Photographs Available
And Any Other Related Issues
Scholarly Discussions of Russian and Soviet History
Questions Asked and Answers Given Are Posted Here, Year 2002

Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA)
UKRAINIAN INSURGENT ARMY (UPA) FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM
"HEROES OF UKRAINE BROUGHT BACK INTO THE FOLD"

Askold Krushelnycky in Prague
Scotsman.com Network, Scotland
Sun 21 Jul 2002

UKRAINIAN INSURGENT ARMY (UPA)
Litopys Chronical of the UPA

A series of books relating to the history of the UPA and Ukraine

UKRAINIAN INSURGENT ARMY VETERANS'S UTILITIES
DEBTS FORGIVEN BY LVOV CITY COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Wants Ukraine's Fatherland Protectors' Day to Be October 14, not February 23

Ukrainian News, Vasyl Trukhan, 10/02/2002

"Ukrainian Heritage"
A culture website supported by "Memorial" organization. Contains a wide
array of information on Ukrainian history, arts and culture. Here you can also
find the complete list of Ukrainian historical sites by region and the list
of all Ukrainian cities and towns with the dates of their first mention in
historical data. The website is in Ukrainian only.

Ukrainian Heritage from Batchkerina, Ukraine
United States Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania
"Oh, Brother"
Readers Digest
July 2002

UKRAINIAN MANMADE FAMINE OF 1932-1933
"SELECTIVE MEMORY"

By Prof. James Mace
THE DAY, Culture Page
Kyiv, Ukraine, November 20, 2001

MUSEUMS: ETHNIC MUSEUMS ABOUNDING IN NEW YORK CITY
Ukrainian Museum moving into a sleek three-story home next year,
Chinese Museum, Yeshiva University Museum, Museum of Catholic Art,
Schomburg Center [Black Culture], Scandinavia House, Ukrainian Museum

By Joseph Berger, The New York Times, NY, NY, July 4, 2003

UKRAINIAN NATIONAL FEDERATION IN CANADA
Cultural icon marks 70th anniversary-Edmonton reunion to honour influence

Allan Chambers, The Edmonton Journal, Edmonton, Canada; October 25, 2002

"The Ukrainian Weekly 2000" Historical Two-Volume Book Set
Ukrainian Women Repressed By The Soviets
Soviet Political Prisoners, 1970's-1980's
Photographs Shown On A Set Of Early 1980's Postcards
Published By SMOLOSKYP, An Organization
For The Defense Of Human Rights In Ukraine

EGYPT HONORS UKRAINIAN POETESS LESYA UKRAINKA
UNIAN, Kyiv, Ukraine, December 13, 2002

"THE UNDEFEATED"... A FEATURE FILM
Award Winning Film Director Oles Yanchuk's True Story
Of Roman Shukhevych, Leader Of The Underground Army
Who Fought Against Both The Nazis and the Soviets

INDEPENDENCE: UKRAINE MARKS UNIFICATION AND
INDEPENDENCE DAY OF JANUARY 22, 1919

Public Radio, Kyiv, Ukraine, January 22, 2003

UNITY DAY: NATIONAL VICHE IN LVIV TO CELEBRATE DAY OF
UKRAINE'S UNITY, INDEPENDENCE

Obozrevatel, January 22, 2003

"JANUARY 22 LIVES ON," INDEPENDENCE UNITY DAY OF UKRAINE
EDITORIAL, The Ukrainian Weekly, Parsippany, New Jersey, January 19, 2003

Address by President Leonid Kuchma to the Ukrainian People on the Day of
Unity of Ukraine and the 85th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Ukrainian
People's Republic's Independence

Kyiv, Ukraine, January 22, 2003

UNITED STATES: NORTH DAKOTA MARKS 100 YEARS
OF UKRAINIAN SETTLEMENT

The Ukrainian Weekly, Parsippany, NJ, July 21, 1996

U.S. AMBASSADOR CARLOS PASCUAL, Address At
European University, Kyiv, Ukraine, December 12, 2002

U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush's "Infamous Chicken Kiev" Speech
"Remarks to the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of the Ukraine"
Given Just 23 Days Before Ukraine Declared Independence on August 24, 1991
Kiev, Soviet Union
August 1, 1991

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VOLHYNIA: IPN IN POLAND REPORTS ON INVESTIGATION INTO
VOLHYNIA MASSACRES
Ukrainian Nationalists Against Poles living in Volhynia, Ukraine 1939-1945

by Jan Maksymiuk, "RFE/RL Poland, Belarus, and Ukraine Report"
Volume 5, Number 26, Prague, Czech Republic, July 8, 2003

VOLHYNIA: POLAND AND UKRAINE SEEK TO PUT WARTIME
ATROCITIES BEHIND THEM

By Stefan Wagstyl, East Europe Editor, Financial Times, London, UK, Friday, July 11, 2003

VOLYN: GREEK CATHOLIC HIERARCHY "WITHOUT
RECONCILIATION.... THERE WILL BE NEITHER A RELIGIOUS
NOR POLITICAL FUTURE"

The Day Weekly Digest, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 15, 2003

VOLYN: POLISH, UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT'S JOINT STATEMENT
ON 1943 MASSACRES ANNIVERSARY

TV Polonia, Warsaw, Poland, in Polish, Friday, July 11, 2003
BBC Monitoring Service, UK, in English, Friday, July 11, 2003

VOLYN: POPE JOHN PAUL II CALLS ON POLES AND UKRAINIANS
TO RECONCILE OVER WWII MASSACRES

Associated Press, Warsaw, Poland, Wednesday, July 9, 2003

VOLYN: UPA VETERANS FROM CANADA AND THE US:
A VIEW ON THE VOLYN TRAGEDY

The Day Weekly Digest, Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, July 15, 2003

VOLYN 1943-1944, AN UNKNOWN TRAGEDY
The Terrible Interethnic Conflict Between Ukrainians and Poles in Volyn
National dignity means truth for ourselves and our descendants

Prepared by Serhiy Makhun, Ihor Siundiukov
Vyacheslav Darpinyants, and Mykhailo Mazurin
THE DAY Weekly Digest in Two Parts
Part I, May 13, 2003; Part II, May 27, 2003, Kyiv, Ukraine

ROUND-UP OF REACTIONS TO POLISH-UKRAINIAN 1943 COMMEMORATION
Anna Kuzma, for Polish Radio, in Kyiv
Polish Radio 1, Warsaw, Poland, in Polish, July 12, 2003
BBC Monitoring Service, UK, in English on July 12, 2003

UKRAINE REPORT 2003, Number 66, Friday, July 11, 2003, Twelve Articles
INDEX OF ARTICLES:
(1) After Much Soul-Searching, Ukrainian VR Passes Volyn Declaration
(2) Ukrainian Parliament Passes Resolution in WWII Massacre in Volyn
(3) Polish Parliament Adopts Ukrainian Reconciliation Motion on 1943
Massacres in Volhynia
(4) Peace Bid over World War II Massacre
(5) Polish Speaker Comments on Ukrainian 1943 Massacres Resolution
(6) Polish President Kwasniewski Says Ukrainian 1943 Massacre
Commemoration to Serve the Truth, to Honor the Victims,
(7) Polish President, Aide on Political Hopes for 1943 Massacre
Commemorations
(8) Heated Debate in Sejm on Polish-Ukrainian Reconciliation Regarding
the Volyn Massacre, Wanted the Word Genocide Included
(9) Pope John Paul II Calls on Poles and Ukrainians to Reconcile Over
WWII Massacres
(10) Autocephalous Orthodox Archbishop Addresses Volyn Tragedy
at Conference in Kyiv
(11) Polish Parliamentarians in Vehement Dispute Over Ukrainian
Reconciliation Statement Regarding the Word Genocide
(12) IPN Reports on Investigation into Volhynia Massacres

VELIKANOVA, TATYANA; THE AMAZING LIFE OF
END NOTE: HONORING A SAMIZDAT PIONEER
The Most Remarkable Publishing Venture of the Soviet Era

RFE/RL (Un)Civil Societies; 16 October 2002
By Marjorie Farquharson; Writer on Human Rights Issues

TATYANA VELIKANOVA, SOVIET HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST
DIES AT AGE 70-Leading Editor of Important Journal of Human Rights

By Sophia Kishkovsky, Moscow, The New York Times, Obituaries
New York, New York, October 17, 2002

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PEACE MARCH IN KYIV: NO-THE WAR IN IRAQ
ArtUkraine.com, Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb15, 2003

WAR GAMES: UKRAINE'S KNIGHTS AND DAMSELS RELIVE BATTLE
The Hundred Years War between England and France is raging
on-not far from the Ukrainian capital Kiev

BBC NEWS, UK, Saturday, July 26, 2003

WEDDINGS: UKRAINIAN TRADITIONAL WEDDING ACCESSORIES
EXHIBITION IN KYIV IS A HIT

By ArtUkraine.com, Kyiv, Ukraine, February 6, 2003

U.S. SENATOR PAUL WELLSTONE AND UKRAINE
"I'm the son of a Jewish immigrant from the Ukraine. My father fled
persecution." United States Senator Paul Wellstone
"My father was born in the Ukraine, and his family tried to stay one step
ahead of the Pogroms, and they moved. He lived in Russia and he fled the
country when he was seventeen." "And, my mother's family fled the Ukraine,
although she was actually born in New York City, " United States Senator
Paul Wellstone
News Story Material Compiled by ArtUkraine Information Service (ARTUIS)
October 28, 2002

"WELCOME TO UKRAINE" MAGAZINE
Yearly Subscriptions Available through ArtUkraine.com

"WELCOMING THE POPE"
Kyiv Post Editorial
Kyiv, Ukraine
June 15, 2001, Friday

"WE'LL MEET AGAIN IN HEAVEN:
GERMANS IN THE SOVIET UNION
WRITE THEIR AMERICAN RELATIVES: 1925-1937"

A new, important book dedicated to the "ethnic Germans/Ukrainians
in Soviet Ukraine who were deported, shot, starved, or worked
to death under the Soviet regime"
by Ronald Julius Vossler
North Dakota State University Libraries
Fargo, ND, 2001

WORLD WAR ONE UNJUST INTERNMENT OF UKRAINIANS IN CANADA
Plaque memorializing Canada's first Internment Operations
to be unveiled at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL TO UKRAINE MASSACRE ERECTED
IN KHARKOV, UKRAINE

By Daniel MacIsaac, JTA Global News Service, December 19, 2002

WORLD WAR II VETERANS FROM UKRAINE NOW IN USA
"THEY FOUGHT SIDE BY SIDE, AND LONG TO BE BURIED THAT WAY"

By Laurie Kelliher, The New York Times, October 20, 2002

Woskobiynyk, Olexiy (Alex Woskob)
"THE STORY OF MY LIFE"
Recorded by Oleh Chornohuz
Published by "VUS"
Kyiv, Ukraine 2000

WWII: UK POLICE TO USE NHS RECORDS TO FIND NAZI WAR CRIMINALS
The 7,100 people on the list were Ukrainian members of the
14th SS Division, which operated in eastern Europe during the Second World War

By Daniel Foggo, News.telegraph.co.uk, London, UK, June 22, 2003

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YALTA: A BLACK SEA RESORT, IN THE CRIMEAN PENINSULA
OF UKRAINE, SHOWS ITS TREAURES TO TOURISTS

Anna Melnichuk, AP, Yalta, Ukraine, Mon, Nov 10, 2003

YANUKOVYCH: PROFILE OF UKRAINIAN PRIME MINISTER
VIKTOR YANUKOVYCH,

BBC Monitoring Service Research, UK,
April 21, 2004

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VIKTOR ZARETS'KYI AND ALLA HORS'KA ART EXHIBITION
TO BE HELD IN KYIV, UKRAINE BY ARTEast GALLERY
"Their World Was Not Saved By Their Beauty"

By E. Morgan Williams, ArtUkraine.com Information Service, Kyiv, Ukraine
January 23, 2003

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