Holodomor
Alexander Wienerberger: a Biographical Exhibit
Ongoing legacy
Ongoing legacy


With access to a larger body of Wienerberger’s authenticated photographs, we have been able over the past few years to piece together a much fuller picture of his life, which in turn has given us a better understanding of the context and purpose of his Kharkiv documentation. As we explore archives and family holdings and continue to locate publications from the mid- 1930s featuring his photographs, it becomes clear that there is more to be learned, and perhaps even additional photographs to be found. Prior to Wienerberger’s return home, Austria’s ambassador in Kharkiv boasted to a colleague: “I bring you a man who has 600 Leica photographs from the Hunger regions…”52 Was he exaggerating? The journey continues.
“Austrian Engineer Captures the Horror of the Holodomor in 1932-33.”
“Austrian Engineer Captures the Horror of the Holodomor in 1932-33.” Details
Nevidomi Foto Holodomoru Inzhenera Vinerberhera
Nevidomi Foto Holodomoru Inzhenera Vinerberhera Details
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