Croatian politician Marko Litre recieved the books about the Holodomor
The National Museum of the Holodomor Genocide supports the initiatives of foreign organizations, politicians and communities that are aimed to spread the truth about the crime of genocide of the Ukrainian nation.
On November 27, 2020, Croatian politician Marko Milanovic Litre raised for the first time the issue of recognizing the Holodomor as an act of genocide at a session of the Croatian Parliament, and on November 28, Holodomor Remembrance Day, he joined Ukrainian mourning memorial service near Taras Shevchenko monument in Zagreb.
The team of the Holodomor Museum sent to Croatia a gift selection of books in English for the personal library of Marko Milanović Litre and the National and University Library of Zagreb (NACIONALNA I SVEUČILIŠNA KNJIŽNICA U ZAGREBU).
Within the “Struggle for Consciousness” project, due to the joint efforts of the Museum and its partners, in 2020 more than 15,000 copies of new historical and encyclopedic publications were collected and sent to 300 institutions.
We plan to continue the project in 2021. Libraries and organizations can contact us to receive a free selection of unique books about the Holodomor genocide of the Ukrainian nation of 1932–1933. To get the books, please contact us at [email protected].