Antisemitism and the struggle for historical recognition Christopher Ford Nazi Germany and Romania invaded the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (Ukrainian SSR) on 22 June 1941, by November virtually all of Ukraine was under German occupation. The territory of Ukraine was partitioned into five administrative areas, the experience of Ukrainian would vary greatly between the … Continue reading Babyn Yar: Fascism, Stalinism and Holocaust memory.
Holocaust Memorial Day - 2022 To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, we publish two texts on the massacre at the Babyn Yar ravine on the edge of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. The largest single mass shooting of Jews in German-occupied Europe. The initial phase of the killings occurred between September - November 1941. The first of … Continue reading Ivan Dzyuba Address at Babyn Yar
This attack at the site of a terrible Nazi crime comes just days after prominent Ukrainian Jewish organizations warned of the need for vigilance, calm and unity in the face of a dishonest propaganda campaign around anti-Semitism in Ukraine and likely attempts at provocation Vandals have desecrated the Menorah which forms part of the Memorial … Continue reading Nazi Desecration of Monument at Babyn Yar