In 2002, Primary Source Microfilm became the first Western publisher to begin a large-scale microfilm publishing program with the State Committee on Archives of Ukraine. We are proud to have the opportunity to present a series of unique collections on the Ukrainian experience prior to and during World War II, including important archival materials on the genocidal famine of 1932 and 1933, the deportation of Ukrainian citizens as forced laborers and the Soviet postwar interrogation of them, the Nazi occupation and looting of Ukraine's institutions and private citizens during World War II, and the story Ukraine's Jewish populations spread among its major cities. The Ukrainian archives represents a unique contribution to the study of war, famine, occupation, and independence in Ukraine and Central and Eastern Europe more broadly.
Located in the heart of Europe and sharing borders with Russia and Poland, Ukraine has witnessed some of the most important events in world history: major battles of the Russian Revolution were fought on Ukrainian soil; the two World War wreaked havoc in the nation's countryside and cities; and mass migrations, deportations, and insurrections divided a nation that also played host to Russians, Poles, Germans, Jews and Armenians. Ravaged by famine, war, rebellion, occupation and pogroms, many Ukrainian archives remained inaccessible during the Soviet era--until now.
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|Ukrainian Archives Cultural Policies of the Third Reich and Cultural Plunder in Occupied Europe: Files of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg Kiev|
|Ukrainian Archives Holodomor: Famine in Ukraine, 1932 - 1933 (Central State Archive of Popular Organizations)|
|Ukrainian Archives Road to Palestine: Zionist Movements in Lviv|