The Holodomor Museum team created an opportunity to share family history, photos, audio or video recordings of testimonies on our website at the link.
We collect family stories, photos, videos and audios, which are oral history and evidence of the crime of genocide. If your relatives survived the Holodomor genocide of 1932–33 or the mass artificial famines of 1921–1923 and 1946–1947 and you have records of their memories, please join the all-Ukrainian campaing of collecting the evidence on our website.
If you want to record the testimony, contact the museum team for recommendations and a special questionnaire which will help you to conduct the interview.
Also, if your family has artifacts related to the history of the Holodomor, please share information about them with us. These things can be valuable for the exhibition of the second part of the Holodomor Museum.
Collected and digitized eyewitnesses’ stories can be found on the “Testimonies” resource, the only online resource that stores eyewitnesses’ accounts of the Holodomor of 1932–1933 and the mass artificial famines.
Also, the museum team together with Ukrainer implements the project “Holodomor: Mosaics of History”, which comprehensively studies the history of the Holodomor through expeditions to 9 regions of Ukraine and records the survivors’ testimonies. Learn more about expeditions on our website or on the website of our partners.