HOLODOMOR : s’informer

Publications / Livres dans la Bibliothèque de la maison éparchiale

La famine-génocide en Ukraine 1932-1933 Préface de Guillaume Malaurie Borys Martchenko Olexa Woropay 1983
Who killed them and why ? In Remembrance
of those starved to death during the famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine Miron Dolot
Harvard University Ukrainian Studies Fund
1933, l’année noire Témoignages sur la famine en Ukraine Présentés par Georges Sokoloff 2000
Reflections on a ravaged century Robert Conquest 2000
La famine-génocide de 1932-1933 en Ukraine
Société Scientifique Sevcenko Arkady Joukovsky
Методичні рекомендації по випуску « Атласу жертв Голодомору 1932-1933рр в Україні Міжрегіональне громадьске об’єднання « Організація Патріотів України » 2003  
Щодо вшанування пам’яті жертв Голодомору 1932-1933 років Парламентські слухання 12.02.2003 2003
La terreur et le désarroi – Staline et son système
Nicolas Werth
A Journal of Ukrainian and International Affairs Commemorative publication of the 75th anniversary of
Stalin-induced famine in Ukraine
The Ukrainian Quarterly -Volume LXIV, Numbers 1-2
Єкспедиція понад смертю 1933 Expedition beyond Death Надія Максимів Lviv Spolom 2008  
Слідами голодоморів і репрєсій
Анна Семенюк – Духовна вісь
Голодомор 1932-1933 років в Україні за документами ГДА СБУ анотований довідник
Центр досліджень вивольного руху
“Tell Them We Are Starving” – The 1933 Diaries of Gareth Jones Gareth Jones 2011
The Holy See and the Holodomor – Documents from the Vatican Secret Archives on the Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine Athanasius D.McVay, Lubomyr Y. Luciuk 2011
Holodomor Le génocide en Ukraine 1932-1933 Brochure 2013
Holodomor Le génocide oublié – Film documentaire
Bénédicte Banet
Голодомор – Забутий геноцид Film documentaire
Bénédicte Banet
Did God really command genocide?
Coming to terms with the Justice of God
Paul Copan & Matthew Flannagan
Soviet Genocide in the Ukraine
Raphael Lemkin
Ucraina Il Genocidio Dimenticato Ettore Cinella 2015
Communism and hunger: The Ukrainian, Chinese, Kazakh, and Soviet famines in comparative perspective
Edited by Andrea Graziosi and Frank E. Sysyn
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press CIUS
Comparing the Soviet and Chinese Famines:
Their perpetrators, Actors, and Victims Prof. Lucien Bianco – L’école des Hautes Études en sciences sociales
East/West Journal of Ukrainian Studies
Ukraine 1933 Holodomor : Itinéraire d’une famille et témoignage de survivants Philippe et Anne-Marie Naumiak 2017
Red Famine Stalin’s war on Ukraine Anne Applebaum 2018
Ukraine – Génocide par affamement 1932-1933
Institut ukrainien de la mémoire nationale
Musée national « Mémoire des victimes du Holodomor » Ministère des affaires étrangères de l’Ukraine Ministère de la politique d’information d’Ukraine

Professeur Lucien Bianco
Premier lauréat en 2019 du « Robert Conquest Prize », du nom de l’historien spécialiste du Holodomor, nom donné à la grande famine de 1932-1933 en Ukraine. »

Comparing the Soviet and Chinese Famines: Their Perpetrators, Actors, and Victims
Lucien Bianco
L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales

Abstract: The Soviet (1931-33) and Chinese (1958-62) famines were man-made catastrophes that occurred in underdeveloped states with growing populations during peacetime and affected traditional surplus areas. Both are marked by overly ambitious industrialization strategies at the expense of the rural economy in which central authorities failed to lower grain quotas once famine broke out and even increased them. The famines also had differences, notably regarding the nationality or ethnic question, which played a key role in Ukraine and was present in the Kazakh famine, but was absent in the Chinese famine. Also, Chinese Communist Party leaders, notwithstanding the cruelty of their policies, were much better disposed towards peasants than were the Soviet Bolsheviks. One cannot ascribe murderous intent on Mao’s part, but rather an incoherency of policy and unwillingness to recognize and correct his errors. (…)