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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
As Russia’s horrific assault on Ukraine continues, we at the Museum are inspired by the resistance and resilience of the Ukrainian people. For the past three decades, since the fall of the Soviet Union, the Museum has been hard at work with partners in Ukraine collecting eyewitness testimony, supporting the work of scholars, and digitizing archives. Given the perversion of historical truth to justify this invasion, we share stories below that illuminate the history of Ukraine and its people during the Holocaust. How the War in Ukraine Is Shaped by Its Past
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A Ukrainian Jewish Lens on World War II and the Holocaust
Learn about Soviet photographer >>

During a Visit to His Hometown, Holocaust Survivor Hopes for Education
Read about his trip >>

Witness Describes the “Grim” Deportation of Jews from Lvov
Watch his testimony >>

Uncovering Mass Graves in Ukraine—While There Was Still Time
Listen to interview >>

During Brutal Occupation, Nazis Seized Ukrainians for Forced Labor
A letter bears witness >>

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photos: Jews in Lubny, Ukraine, were rounded up and later massacred in October 1941 by Germans and their collaborators. Hamburg Institute for Social Research; Ukrainian Jewish photographer Yevgeny Khaldei took this photo of a Red Army soldier hanging the Soviet flag atop the destroyed Reichstag building in Berlin on May 2, 1945. Russian Union of Art Photographers; Passengers in a horse-drawn carriage ride through the public square of Drohobycz, present-day Ukraine, passing the large synagogue, in 1921. USHMM, courtesy of Paul (Leopold) Lustig; Jews gathered at an outdoor market in the Lvov ghetto, circa 1941–42. Instytut Pamięci Narodowej; Father Patrick Desbois examines the site of a mass grave in Ukraine. USHMM, courtesy of Patrick Desbois; German soldiers oversee Ukrainian laborers as they march out to the fields to harvest grain in October 1941. Bundesarchiv Bild 101I/212/220/8A Donate to Keep Holocaust
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Keep Holocaust memory alive to inspire citizens and leaders to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity in a constantly changing world. Visit ushmm.org/campaign to learn more. Find Free Educational Resources Online
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