Huddersfield exhibition on the horrors of the Ukrainian genocide [Article]

From the Huddlesfield Examiner:

A talk and exhibition about the Holodomor of 1932 and 1933 was brought to the town this week.

It was a tragedy which claimed the lives of millions of people; some estimates put the death toll as high as 14m.

“The famine in Ukraine was brought on to decrease the number of Ukrainians and replace the dead with people from other parts of the USSR and kill the slightest thought of any Ukrainian independence.”

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The Holodomor has not yet been recognized in the UK federally, despite passing resolution in Keighley and Rochdale Borough last year.

[Huddlesfield Examiner]

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