“Holodomor: Soviet Genocide of Ukrainians”
The exhibition “Holodomor: Soviet Genocide of Ukrainians” is aimed at a broad audience. It allows us to look at Ukraine and its history as an inseparable part of the world narrative — cultural, political, and civilizational. Altogether, the exhibition demonstrates how fast a young European state turned into a zone of red occupation. How consistently and methodically the Bolshevik ideology penetrated into every sphere of Ukrainian society’s life, transforming it into the Soviet people. And how, in the end, it made possible the gravest crime of the communist regime — the Holodomor.
In simple and accessible language, the exhibition tells the history of the Ukrainian people at the beginning of the 20th century. It uses materials from the collection of the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide, the Central State Audiovisual and Electronic Archive, the Branch State Archive of the SSU, and others.
At a time when Russia wants to subjugate Ukrainians again, it is crucial for the world to study the history, prerequisites and consequences of the Holodomor. To draw conclusions and learn lessons on effective resistance to world evil.