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Interviews conducted since 1989, with individuals who took part or witnessed the events of WW II, immigrated and settled in Canada after the war. Respondents include survivors of German and Soviet concentration camps, members of various World War II military formations, and forced labourers. Their biographies are recorded. Reference is made to the Ukrainian Canadian Committee (UCC), United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), International Refugee Organization (IRO); Ukrainian Division "Halychyna", and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA). This is an ongoing project. Ukrainian, English languages.

Memories from Mittenwald

This is a compilation of five interviews that chronicle life at Mittenwald, Germany─the largest Ukrainian refugee camp (DP Camp) in the years 1946-48, following WWII. Available in the Ukrainian language, in DVD format, from UCRDC.

DP Displaced Persons Collection

The UCRDC depends on voluntary donations – both individual and institutional - for its financing.

It provides receipts for tax purposes.