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ВІД РЕДАКЦІЇ
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ДОСЛІДЖЕННЯ
ARTICLES 

Карел Беркгоф
«Трупи у яру належали жінкам, чоловікам та дітям»: письмові свідчення 1941 року про вбивство у Бабиному Яру 
Karel C. Berkhoff 
'The Corpses in the Ravine Were Women, Men, and Children': Written Testimonies from 1941 on the Babyn Yar Massacre 

Тетяна Бородіна
Стратегії поведінки місцевого населення Полтавщини під час Голокосту (1941–1943) 
Tetiana Borodina 
Behavioral strategies of the local population in the Poltava region during the Holocaust, 1941-43. 

Філіп Бусау
«Ніхто не забутий»? Пам’ять про геноцид ромів у Білорусі 
Filip Busau 
„No one is forgotten?“ Remembering the Roma genocide in Belarus 

Олеся Ісаюк
«Кров Макавеїв» і «циганська скрипка в угорській пушті»: геноцид євреїв і ромів у спогадах членів ОУН, ув’язнених у Аушвіці 
Olesia Isaiuk 
“Maccabees’ blood” and “Gypsy violin in Hungarian steppe”: Genocide of Jews and Roma in the memoirs of OUN members imprisoned in Auschwitz 

РЕЦЕНЗІЇ
BOOK REVIEWS 

Леонід Коган
Steffler, Reinhard. Die deutsche Feuerwehr und ihre Helfer als Teil der Etappensicherung in der Ukraine 1941 bis 1943. – Dessau: Machtwortverlag, 2017. – 222 s. 

Роман Михальчук
Бердз, Джеффрі. Голокост у Рівному: масове вбивство в Сосонках, листопад 1941 р. / Пер. з англ. Д. Аладька. – Рівне: Волинські обереги, 2017. – 168 с. 

Владимир Солонарь
Geissbühler, Simon (ed.). Romania and the Holocaust. Events – Contexts – Aftermath. – Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 2016. – 274 p. 

ХРОНІКА
EVENTS 

Вольга Барташ
Научная конференция «Поледствия геноцида ромов. Семьи как трансляторы опыта и памяти» (Tracing the Legacies of the Roma Genocide. Families as Transmitters of Experience and Memory), 20–21 сентября 2017 г., Прага 

IN MEMORIAM 

Пам’яті Ніколая Бессонова (1962-2017) 


SUMMARIES 

ВІДОМОСТІ ПРО АВТОРІВ 
INFORMATION ABOUT CONTRIBUTORS 

АВТОРАМ 
FOR CONTRIBUTORS 

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