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The first two decades of research famine in Ukraine: peculiarities of sources and historiography

Gudz, Victor (2017) The first two decades of research famine in Ukraine: peculiarities of sources and historiography. Історичні і політологічні дослідження, 1 (60). pp. 244-261.

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The сommunist authoritу concealed the fact of the artificial famine of 1932–1933 and banned its investigation until the collapse of the Soviet Union. Because the truth about this terrible event first extended studied only in the countries of the «free world». The aim of the presented paper – study to analyze the features of the Holodomor in Ukraine in the first twenty years after the tragedy. Subject reviewed on the basis of the whole complex of historical sources available, taking into account the latest achievements of world historical science. The features of the formation of scientific discourse on the history of the famine of 1932–1933 in the first historiographic stage clarifyted and its chronological limits exactled. The process increment amount of historical sources and the development of scientific knowledge on the history of hunger observed. We concluded that the source base on the history of famine during this period was limited chifly memories of eyewitn esses of the disaster Ukrainian village and abroad periodicals materials. However, in th e first twenty years of studying the history of the Great Famine, were thorough analytical work that laid the conceptual basis for further research topics. Emphasized that the vast array of publications on topics in 1933–1952 requires further analysis of sources and historiographical reflection.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: D Всесвітня історія та історія Старого Світу > DK Росія. Радянський Союз. Колишні радянські республіки > Історія України
Divisions: Природничо-географічний факультет > Кафедра історії, археології та філософії
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Date Deposited: 25 Jun 2019 20:53
Last Modified: 02 Oct 2019 05:51

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