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  • Decade: 1930-1939
  • Abandoned factory in Kharkiv that Alexander Wienerberger was assigned to retrofit
        "Die Fabrik am kalten Berge" [The factory on Cold Mountain (Холодна Гора)]
      "Die Fabrik am kalten Berge" [The factory on Cold Mountain (Холодна Гора)]
  • Aksiuk, Nadiia
        Letter sent from: Zinkiv, Poltava oblast Letter describes events in (1932-1933): Zinkiv, Kharkiv oblast Current location name: Zinkiv, Kharkiv Poltava oblast Nadiia Aksiuk was about seven years old at the time of the famine. She was about to start school but could not because she was swollen with hunger. At ...
      Letter sent from: Zinkiv, Poltava oblast Letter describes events in (1932-1933): Zinkiv, ...
  • Alekseieva, Yevhenia (Ivha Kolomiiets)
        Letter sent from: Village of Hlobyne, Poltava oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Petrivka (Petrivka-Romenska), Lokhvytsia, Yakhnyky, Luka, Svyrydivka, Pisky, all in Kharkiv oblast Current location name: Petrivka (Petrivka-Romenska), Lokhvytsia, Yakhnyky, Luka, Svyrydivka, Pisky, Poltava oblast Yevhenia Alekseieva was born in 1921 as Ivha Kolomiiets before she and her ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Hlobyne, Poltava oblast Letter describes events in ...
  • Alexander Wienerberger: Innitzer Album
        A Note on the Collection The Innitzer album is the popular name of an album of photographs that were taken by the Austrian engineer Alexander Wienerberger in 1933 while he was working as a managing consultant in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s capital at that time. The photographs depict starving residents from the ...
      A Note on the Collection The Innitzer album is the popular name ...
  • Andreieva, Olha
        Letter sent from: Village of Zelene, Kopai Station, Bar raion, Vinnytsia oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Village of Zelene, Bar raion, Vinnytsia oblast Current location name: Village of Zelene, Bar raion, Vinnytsia oblast A secondhand account. The author was born in 1936 and writes what her mother told ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Zelene, Kopai Station, Bar raion, Vinnytsia oblast ...
  • Apartment building where Alexander Wienerberger lived for part of his stay in Kharkiv
        Caption: “'Die Wohnung hatte keine Fensterscheiben, kein Wasser und kein Licht!' So wohnte ich in Charkow.” [“The apartment had no window panes, no water and no light!” That is how I lived in Kharkiv.]
      Caption: “'Die Wohnung hatte keine Fensterscheiben, kein Wasser und kein Licht!' So ...
  • Bahrii, Anna
        Letter sent from: Zolotonosha raion, Cherkasy oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Village of Dubynove, Kryve Ozero raion, Odesa oblast Current location name: Village of Dubynove, Savran raion, Odesa oblast Anna Bahrii was left orphaned at 12 when the rest of her family died: the Bahrii family consisted of ...
      Letter sent from: Zolotonosha raion, Cherkasy oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 ...
  • A barefoot young man on crutches walks past a pile of stone rubble on a street in Kharkiv
        Handwritten caption in album: “und ihre Opfer.“ [and their victims.]
      Handwritten caption in album: “und ihre Opfer.“ [and their victims.]
  • Beliavsky, A.I.
        Letter sent from: Village of Shyshalivka (now depopulated due to Chernobyl disaster), Narodychy raion, Zhytomyr oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Village of Rudnia-Ososhnia (now depopulated due to Chernobyl disaster), Bazaar raion, Kyiv oblast Current location name: Narodychy raion, Zhytomyr oblast The author does not provide any biographic details ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Shyshalivka (now depopulated due to Chernobyl disaster), ...
  • Bilash, Z.S.
        Letter sent from: Village of Dnistrovka, Kelmenets raion, Chernivtsi oblast Describes events in (1932-1933): Village of Pariivka, Illintsi raion, Vinnytsia oblast Current location name: Village of Pariivka, Illintsi raion, Vinnytsia oblast Author was 11 years old at time of the Famine. They had a big family, with mother and (all) ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Dnistrovka, Kelmenets raion, Chernivtsi oblast Describes events ...
  • Bilenko, Mariia
        Letter sent from: Village of Nemovychi, Sarny Raion, Rivne Oblast Letter describes events in (1932-1933): Location is unclear from existing printout - mentions Berezan Raion (there is one in each, Mykolaiv and Kyiv oblast) Current location name: Berezan raion (Mykolaiv or Kyiv oblast) Mariia Bilanko describes events in a locale ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Nemovychi, Sarny Raion, Rivne Oblast Letter describes ...
  • The Bokan family marks one year of Boris Bokan’s imprisonment for opposing conscription into the Soviet army.
        21 Сентября 1932 г. Первый год заключения Бориса в тюрьме за отказ от военной службы. September 21, 1932. The first year of Boris' imprisonment for refusing to serve in the army.
      21 Сентября 1932 г. Первый год заключения Бориса в тюрьме за отказ ...
  • The Bokan family share a meager meal marking three hundred days without the consumption of bread.
        Handwritten caption on photo: "300 дней (триста!) без куска хлеба к скудному обеду 2/ IV, 1933 г." [300 days (three hundred!) Without a piece of bread for a meager dinner April 2, 1933.]
      Handwritten caption on photo: "300 дней (триста!) без куска хлеба к скудному ...
  • Bondarenko, Stanislav
        Letter sent from: Village of Denysivka, Orzhytsia raion, Poltava oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: likely the same location as mailing address: Village of Denysivka, Orzhytsia raion, Kharkiv oblast Current location name: Village of Denysivka, Orzhytsia raion, Poltava oblast Stanislav Bondarenko's father joined the collective farm in 1929 and ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Denysivka, Orzhytsia raion, Poltava oblast Letter describes ...
  • Boris and Nikolai Bokan, seated.
        Boris and Nikolai Bokan pose on two chairs in front of a backdrop that features a lighthouse. Nikolai holds Leo Tolstoy’s "A Cycle of Readings." He claimed this book had served as a foundation for his religious and philosophical beliefs. Nikolai Bokan was an adherent of the Tolstoyan movement that ...
      Boris and Nikolai Bokan pose on two chairs in front of a ...
  • Boris Bokan is visited by his father and brother in prison, where he had spent over a year as punishment for opposing conscription into the Soviet army.
        4/X – 1932 г. Посещение отцом и братом заключенного сопротивляющегося войне October 4, 1932 Father and brother visiting the imprisoned [brother] who refused to serve in the army.
      4/X – 1932 г. Посещение отцом и братом заключенного сопротивляющегося войне October ...
  • Budenny, Ivan
        Letter sent from: Village of Kekyne, Sumy raion, Sumy oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Village of Kekyne, Sumy raion, Kharkiv oblast Current location name: Village of Kekyne, Sumy raion, Sumy oblast The author was 7 at the time of the famine. He writes that almost half the village ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Kekyne, Sumy raion, Sumy oblast Letter describes ...
  • Buriak, Vasyl
        Letter sent from: Stepanivka, Vinnytsia raion, Vinnytsia oblast Describes events in 1932-1933 in: Dubovets, Nemyriv raion, Vinnytsia oblast Current location name: Dubovets, Nemyriv raion, Vinnytsia oblast Buriak mentions that there was enough grain and other foodstuff in 1932, but this was taken away and rotted at the railway station while ...
      Letter sent from: Stepanivka, Vinnytsia raion, Vinnytsia oblast Describes events in 1932-1933 ...
  • Butenko
        Letter sent from: Dniprodzerzhynsk, Dnipropetrovsk oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Dniprodzerzhynsk, Dnipropetrovsk oblast Current location name: Kamianske, Dnipropetrovsk oblast Butenko lived and worked in Dniprodzerzhynsk, now Kamianske. He addresses the issue of denial and its lasting legacy. He was given a ration of 400 gm of bread per ...
      Letter sent from: Dniprodzerzhynsk, Dnipropetrovsk oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: ...
  • Chabanenko, Feodosiia
        Letter sent from: Village of Osychky, Vilshanka raion, Kirovohrad oblast Letter describes events in 1932-1933 in: Village of Osychky, Vilshanka raion, Odesa oblast Current location name: Village of Osychky, Vilshanka raion, Kirovohrad oblast Chabanenko was approximately 29 in 1933 and had 3 children. Her 2 brothers died, and she and ...
      Letter sent from: Village of Osychky, Vilshanka raion, Kirovohrad oblast Letter describes ...
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