Title: Ukraine's Forbidden History
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub Inc
Book Condition: Like New
May have minor shelf wear and/or a remainder mark. Complete. Bookseller Inventory # 938736
Synopsis: Within living memory, occupation of the Ukraine by Poland, Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia has demanded a huge price in human lives. Between 1930 and 1945 famine, war, repression, mass execution and nationalist struggle caused the death of a staggering 15 million Ukrainians. Through unique personal testimonies, archive and contemporary photographs, this book reflects on the history of the Ukrainian people from the 1920s to the close of the 20th century.
About the Author: Tim Smith is co-ordinator of the Bradford Heritage Recording Unit. Rob Perks is Curator of the Oral History at the British Library National Sound Archive. Graham Smith is Research Associate at the Migration and Ethnicity Centre at the University of Sheffield.
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