Ukrainian-Jewish relations are not just a record of mutual grievances but also the history of bonding

Who is Mykhailo Rudnytsky, and why is it important to know his name in the context of the formation of Ukrainian-Jewish relations? This topic was discussed with Illia Chedoluma, a graduate student at the Ukrainian...

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Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytsky and the Holocaust: new documents and new interpretations of historical contexts

During the Second World War, Count Andrei Sheptytsky, the metropolitan of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC), rescued approximately 100–150 Jews, both adults and children. This well-known fact figures in numerous scholarly and semi-popular books...

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Video: International seminar "Above and around the Ravine: Memory Wars in Ukrainian-Jewish History, the Traumas of the Holocaust and the Holodomor"

Video: International seminar "Above and around the Ravine: Memory Wars in Ukrainian-Jewish History, the Traumas of the Holocaust and the Holodomor," 11–13 November 2021, city of Netanya, Israel The non-profit organization Israeli Friends of Ukraine,...

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"Memory Wars" and the Ukrainian-Jewish dialogue in Israel

The international seminar "Above and around the Ravine: Memory Wars in Ukrainian-Jewish History, the Traumas of the Holocaust and the Holodomor" took place on 11–13 November 2021 in the city of Netanya, Israel. The nongovernmental...

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