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Millions who died in man-made famine commemorated in Ukraine

27.11.2020 16:09
On the last Saturday of November every year, Poles join in the “Candle in the Window” campaign which commemorates the millions of Ukrainians who died during the Holodomor, a man-made famine created by the Soviet government in 1932-1933.
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Image by Andreas Lischka from Pixabay
Image by Andreas Lischka from Pixabay Pixabay licence

The exact number of people killed by the Soviets in the Great Famine is still unknown.

Commemorations of what is known as Holodomor Remembrance Day started much earlier this year, both in Ukraine and around the globe.

Halyna Pastushuk reports from Lviv.