Attention! UCHS is launching a program to support Ukrainian libraries at various levels.
From us - a list of more than 30 titles of books published during the years of our activity, as well as several books of our partners who entrusted us with the process of distribution.
From you - a completed form at the link, an official application letter on the institution's letterhead and payment for Nova Poshta services.
We only send the books that we still have in paper form. Orders will be fulfilled within a maximum of one month after receiving the letter of application. The availability of all the listed publications is not guaranteed - if any of them run out, they simply will not be added to the order.
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The death of innocent people always leaves a deep mark on history. September 29-30 are the days when Ukraine and the world commemorate the victims of Babyn Yar. These days remind us how important it is to remember the past. The memory of Babyn Yar reminds us that it is important to keep the world from sinking into the darkness of hatred and cruelty. The preservation of peace and coexistence, respect for human rights and diversity is a task to which we must pay special attention as we seek to prevent similar tragedies in the future.[More]
Since the full-scale invasion of russia, the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies has always supported and continues to support our colleagues from different parts of Ukraine.[More]
Historian and ethnopolitical scientist Vitaliy Nakhmanovych, with the financial support of the Museum of Kyiv History, created the website Kyiv Defense Chronicles, which features a daily chronology of the Battle for Kyiv from February 24 to April 10, 2022.[More]
We are pleased to announce that we have successfully completed a program to support libraries of all levels in the country. The program lasted more than two months. During this time, 340 libraries across the country received publications from the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies![More]
Here is Anatolii Podolskyi's discussion on the Ukrainske Radio program "Today. This Afternoon" together with military historian Vasyl Pavlov.
The conversation is dedicated to the problems and challenges of teaching history during the current war. How can we resist russian propaganda against us? Why are myths harmful? How to teach to remember? How to keep the memory of heroes and victims of the present and past alive?[More]