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  • Clara’s War: One Girl’s Story of Survival

    Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies is glad to announce the Ukranian edition of “Clara’s War: One
    Girl’s Story of Survival” by Clara Kramer.

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  • A New Edition of Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies: Michael Hauptman «Forgotten Tombs»

    Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies is pleased to present a new edition of the «Library of the Holocaust Memoirs» series. «The Daughter we have always wanted. The story of Marta» is the first edition of the Center, which has been adapted for readers over 10 years old. The original book was created by Yad Vashem and the Ukrainian version appeared upon the initiative of the NGO «Helsinki Initiative-XXI» – localized in Chortkiv, Marta’s birthtown. Thanks to Tigran Sogoyan, this story talks to us not only through text and family photos, but also through wonderful illustrations. A new publication within the «Library of the Holocaust Memoirs» series appeared.

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  • A new edition in the «Library of the Holocaust Memoirs» series: The Story of Marta

    Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies is pleased to present a new edition of the «Library of the Holocaust Memoirs» series. «The Daughter we have always wanted. The story of Marta» is the first edition of the Center, which has been adapted for readers over 10 years old.

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  • New publications by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies

    In the series “Library of the Holocaust Memoirs” of UCHS the Ukrainian edition of the diary by Michael Diment, a native from the village Svynyuhy (now Pryvitne, Lokachy region, Volhyn oblast) who survived the Holocaust in Volhyn, was published. In the 1970s and 1980s the diary was translated from Yiddish into English by his son Shmuel Yahalom. “The Lone Survivor: A Diary of the Lukacze Ghetto and Svyniukhy” , edited by Shalom Yahalom (Diment), Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, 2016, 200 p.

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  • It Was Here That I Felt a Human Again...

    «Тільки тут я відчув себе людиною...». Історичні та методичні матеріали до документального фільму «З Галичини до Ааргау». – К.:Український центр вивчення історії Голокосту, 2014. – 92 с. (It Was Here That I Felt a Human Again… Historical and methodological materials to the documentary film “From Galicia to Aargau”)

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  • New edition to start the UCHS series “Library of the Holocaust Memoirs”

    New edition to start the UCHS series “Library of the Holocaust Memoirs” The book “Light in Darkness”, by Phyllis Sterling Jacobs is, as said in subtitle “as survivor’s story by Simon Sterling as told to Phyllis Sterling Jacobs” – the moving and deep dialogue between the daughter and her father, who only in 1980s could find strength and courage to tell his story of survival in Ukrainian-Polish borderland during the events of the Holocaust and the following return to life in Germany and the USA. Around 2000 the daughter found strength to share this story.

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  • Bulletin «Lessons of the Holocaust», № 1 (65), 2021

    Dear colleagues! The fresh issue of information-pedagogical bulletin of UCHS «Lessons of the Holocaust», № 1 (65), January-March, 2021 has been published.

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  • “(No) Child History”: the project continues

    On 26th March, two important events linked to the project “(No) Child History” took place.The students and history teachers of a Chernivtsi school started the classes and online-tours with the multimedia exhibition “(No) Child History”. Due to quarantine, the exhibition had to be held online for the students. In the meantime, we sincerely wish success to the guides and their teachers testing the distance and presence work with the materials.

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  • The first stage of the project “80 Stumbling Stones for the 80th Anniversary of Babyn Yar Tragedy”

    The joint project of the UCHS, the German embassy in Ukraine and the Kiev City Counsel continues. Participants of the project, teachers and students of Ukrainian schools along with professional historians selected biographies, that will be implemented in the first stage. Next, there is a matter of agreeing on the right exact places for the Stumbling Stones with the Kiev City Counsel and preparing for their installation in September 2021, in occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy.

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  • Mentioning of the monograph “Hitler’s Furies” on public radio

    We would like to let you know about the interview on Ukrainian public radio with Victoria Ivanenko, a translator who worked on the Ukrainian version of the book “Hitler’s Furies” by Wendy Lauer.

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  • Presentation of the book “Clara’s War” in Zhovkva

    On March 12, the Ukrainian version of the book “Clara’s War” was presented at the Hetman’s Hall of Zhovhka’s Castle. It has been recently published in the “Library of Holocaust Memories” series.

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