Tue 21 September 2021

Academic's chance discovery reveals shocking insight into a genocide killing millions

A unique collection of letters shedding new light on the horrors of Ukraine’s ‘terror famine’ have gone on show at the National Holodomor Museum in Kyiv thanks to a remarkable discovery by a University of Cumbria academic. Correspondence to Alison Marshall’s grandparents has been hailed as a significant historic breakthrough in helping discover the truth behind the Stalin orchestrated Holodomor genocide, which caused around seven million deaths in the early 1930s.

Academic Alison Marshall has discovered letters to her grandparents that have gone on display at the National Holodomor Museum, Kyiv. PR2296 September 2021