The I.B. Medvinsky Annual Competition of Students' Research and Art Works "History and Lessons of the Holocaust", the XIV round of Annual Competition of Students' Research and Art Works

On 16-18 May 2014 Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies under the support of Euro-Asian Jewish Congress held its annual competition of students’ research and art works “History and Lessons of the Holocaust”. The competition drew attention of over 80 students of secondary educational establishments from 16 regions of our country. Next to traditional sections on the fate of Ukrainian Jews during WWII, for the second year in a row the competition could single out a special section dealing with the genocide of Roma in Ukraine. Feedback about the competition can be read in Ukrainian and Russian in the Bulletin of UCHS.

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[“Lessons of the Holocaust” # 1-2 (37-38), January-June 2014]

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