New York: Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, 1953. Original publisher's wrappers. Good. Item #229
Octavo (15.5 x 23.5 cm). 43 pages: illustrations. Text in English. Stamp “Providence ASS’N of Ukraine. Catholics in America. 817 N. Franklin Street, Philadelphia 23, PENNA” to title; light wear to edges.
The Golgotha of Ukraine: Eye-witness accounts of the famine in Ukraine instigated and fostered by the Kremlin in an attempt to quell Ukrainian resistance to Soviet Russian national and social enslavement of the Ukrainian people
Soviet famine of 1932–33. From the foreword: “… eyewitness accounts of the horrible incidents which took place in famine ridden Ukraine will shock the readers into an awareness of the Soviet reality.”
Dmytro Solovei (1888—1966) – Ukrainian community activist, statistician, historian, publicist, writer. He was a member of the Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences in the United States (1965). His main study was focused on the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in the USSR, repression in Ukraine, and its colonial position. Solovei used a comparison of the results of the All-Union censuses of 1926 and 1939 to calculate the losses of the population of Ukraine due to the Holodomor.
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