Volume 73, Number 30 | November 26 - December 2, 2003


Ukrainians remember Stalin’s terror

On Nov. 15, Ukrainians held a March of Remembrance of the Manmade Famine in Ukraine of 1932-’33 that was ordered by Josef Stalin and is blamed for the deaths of an estimated 5 million to 7 million Ukrainians. The march, led by Father Anthony, above, started at St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church at Seventh St. and Third Ave. and went to St. Patrick’s Cathedral for a solemn requiem service at which Senator Charles Schumer, left, spoke. Under Stalin, shipments of food to Ukraine were blocked, and the Ukrainians prevented from leaving the country.

Photos by Vasyl Lopukh


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