“Holodomor and the next genocide”: an exhibition in the Czech city of Terezin
On July 27, Thursday, the exhibition “Holodomor and the next genocide” of the Holodomor Museum and the Polish History Museum about the tragic events of 1932-1933 in Ukraine will open in Terezin (Czech Republic).
Where: Wieser House in Terezin.
When: Opening at 15:00 on July 27, 2023.
The ambassadors of Ukraine and Poland, as well as the director of the Polish Institute in Prague, were invited to the event.
As Yana Hrynko, head of the exposition department of the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide, said, this exhibition combines the past and the present. It tells the story of the Soviet genocide of the Ukrainian people in the 1930s, known as the Holodomor, and the events that take place 90 years after it. Putin, who launched a full-scale war against Ukraine, like Stalin in his time, is using genocidal practices to break our state and bring it under Moscow’s control. The exhibition draws a parallel between past and present genocide.
The Holodomor Museum is grateful to the Terezin Centre for Genocide Studies and the Polish History Museum for their cooperation and organization of the exhibition.