Volume 30 (2008)

Edited by Andrea Graziosi, Lubomyr A. Hajda, Halyna Hryn

Part One • Short-Term Consequences

  • STANISLAV KUL´CHYTS´KYI, The Holodomor and Its Consequences in the Ukrainian Countryside
  • ROBERT KUŚNIERZ, The Impact of the Great Famine on Ukrainian Cities: Evidence from the Polish Archives
  • BRIAN J. BOECK, Complicating the National Interpretation of the Famine: Reexamining the Case of Kuban
  • ROMAN WYSOCKI, Reactions to the Famine in Poland
  • HENNADII YEFIMENKO, The Kremlin's Nationality Policy in Ukraine after the Holodomor of 1932–33
  • YURI SHAPOVAL, The Holodomor: A Prologue to Repressions and Terror in Soviet Ukraine
  • SERGEI MAKSUDOV, Dehumanization: The Change in the Moral and Ethical Consciousness of Soviet Citizens as a Result of Collectivization and Famine
  • OLEG KHLEVNIUK, Comments on the Short-Term Consequences of the Holodomor

Part Two • Long-Term Consequences

  • KAREL C. BERKHOFF, The Great Famine in Light of the German Invasion and Occupation
  • OLEKSANDRA VESELOVA, Famine in Ukraine after the Second World War
  • HENNADII BORIAK, Population Losses in the Holodomor and the Destruction of Related Archives: New Archival Evidence
  • FRANCE MESLÉ, JACQUES VALLIN, AND EVGENY ANDREEV, Demographic Consequences of the Great Famine: Then and Now
  • OLEH WOLOWYNA, Comments on the Demographic Consequences of the Holodomor
  • VALERIY VASYLYEV, The Holodomor through the eyes of the Soviet Ukrainian Leadership, 1950–80
  • VOLODYMYR DIBROVA, The Holodomor and the Contemporary Ukrainian Writer

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