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Ukrainian Quarterly Fall 2004.pdf
Herbert Romerstein discusses the KGB campaign of disinformation against Ukrainians and Jews.

Judaica Institute 2005.pdf
An article about the efforts of the Catholic Church in Western Ukraine to save Jews during the Holocaust. (Article is in Ukrainian)

Dzerkalo Tyzhnia 6 February 2009.pdf
A description of the work of Trayan Popovych, the “Schindler of Bukovyna.”  (Article is in Ukrainian)

Action Ukraine Report 22 February 2009.pdf
A discussion of the documentary  film “Land of Dilemmas,” which explores why people risk their own lives in order to save the lives of strangers.

New York Review of Books 16 July 2009.pdf
Timothy Snyder discusses the politics of memory of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe.

Echoes of the Holocaust in Jewish Ukrainian Relations.pdf
Dr. Roman Serbyn discusses the role of the Holocaust in Jewish Ukrainian relations in Canada.

The Rescue of the Great Rabbi.pdf
A personal memoir by Dr. Michael Shkilnyk, in which he describes the rescue of Aaron Rokach, the Rabbi of Belz (Western Ukraine).

Historiography of Assistance to Jews.pdf
Hanna Abakunova discusses the problemmatics of the historiography of assistance to Jews by non-Jews in Nazi-occupied territories (Article is in Ukrainian)

Ivan Hirnyi.pdf
The story of Ivan Hirnyi, Klimentiy Sheptytsky’s driver, and their efforts to assist Jews during the Holocaust in Western Ukraine. (Article is in Ukrainian)

East European Jewish Affairs Vol. 24, No. 1, 1994, pp. 39-47

Henry Abramson. “The Scattering of Amalek: A model for understanding the Ukrainian-Jewish Conflict.”

This article traces the history of the conflict between Ukrainians and Jews and attempts to contextualize Ukrainian anti-semitism. Abramson argues that historically negative attitudes between the two peoples are the result of socio-economic conflict, rather than racial chimerical views.

Full article is available for purchase at http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a794273630

Nationalities Papers Vol. 38, No. 2, March 2010, pp. 291-305

BOOK SYMPOSIUM. “Erased: vanishing traces of Jewish Galicia in present-day Ukraine.”

Several well-known contemporary scholars, among them Steven Seegel and Myroslav Skhadnrij, discuss Omer Bartov’s important recently published book, Erased: vanishing traces of Jewish Galicia in present-day Ukraine, in which Mr. Bartov discusses the Holocaust in Ukraine, the extent of Ukrainian complicity, as well as contemporary problems of memorializing victims of the Holocaust and the problem of war memory in Ukraine in general.

Full article is available for purchase at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cnap


Articles on the Holocaust in Ukraine and Ukrainian-Jewish relations have been published in academic and other journals and as personal memoirs. Below we offer a sample of this discourse. A larger collection is available at the UCRDC.