Unified Register of the Holodomor victims
Martyrology of the National Memory Book has only 882,510 names.
Since the day of its establishment the Holodomor Victims Memorial is in searches of the names of those who were killed in the Holodomor-genocide by collecting testimonies of the Holodomor survivors and their relatives who preserved the memory about everyone for whom 1932-1933 were the last years in their lives.
Soviet totalitarian regime made grate efforts to erase the memory about murder of more millions of Ukrainians for several generations. But the memory of the people is invincible. And with the development of Ukraine’s independence, the ban to talk about the Holodomor was thwarted. All who were made to be silent for decades felt the necessity to tell the truth about the crime and its victims, in order to properly honor their memory.
In 2011, the Holodomor Museum presented “People’s Book of Memory of the Holodomor Victims,” which is updated based on Holodomor victims’ registration cards (martyrology of the book includes 4,180 names).
The search continues. The established names of genocide victims inserts to Unified Register of Holodomor victims.
If you did not find the name of the person on whose death during the Holodomor is known to you in the registry, please, fill in the accounting card. The provided information will be studied and included in the Unified Register of Holodomor victims.
You can also fill out the form below and send it to the E-mail of the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide: [email protected] or by address: 01015, Kyiv, Lavrska street, 3 (The National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide). The information you provide will be processed and, after verification, the name will be added to the Register of Holodomor victims.