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Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: Non-partisan and not-for-profit group.
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MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 22h
Today we pay tribute to more than 100 brave heroes, whose lives were tragically taken during the . The , which fell victim to a corrupt regime, became the symbol of dignity and freedom of . Their sacrifice will always be remembered🕯
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HNAT - Holodomor Feb 18
Holodomor Fact 18 of 28:
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UCCLA Feb 16
‘Never again?’ It’s already happening: APPLEBAUM
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James Feb 15
(1) I feel like I'm repeating myself but here goes. The Holodomor was more than a famine! It entwined the destruction of Ukrainian academics, religious figures, writers, artists — those that could be associated with being a part of a Ukrainian cultural elite. Stalin also targeted
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Darth Putin Feb 11
OTD in 1940 the USSR & Nazi Germany signed the German-Soviet Commercial Agreement under which we provided the Nazis raw materials for their war machine.
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Darth Putin Feb 10
OTD in 1940, as part of 'protecting Poland from fascism' the 1st wave of Soviet deportations of 200000 from Poland to Siberia began. This was *before* the Nazis betrayed us.
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Інна Іванівна Feb 9
TOMORROW: Please join us for the presentation and book launch "The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s First World War Internment Camps" by Sandra Semchuk. The presentation and event will take place on February 10 from 1 to 3 pm at the Calgary New Central Library.
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HNAT - Holodomor Feb 8
Over the course of February, we are presenting 28 key facts about the Holodomor Famine Genocide. Be sure to also follow us on Facebook to view all 28 facts. Holodomor Fact 6 of 28:
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UCCLA Feb 9
UCCLA went to the Castle Mtn site this morning to dig out the snow. Pleasantly surprised to find a kind soul had wrapped a shawl around our statue, perhaps as protection in the frigid (-28 degrees) temps. UCCLA sends its compliments to the unknown do-gooder.
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Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation USA Jan 28
In Russia telling the truth about Stalin and the Great Terror gets historians imprisoned - Human Rights in Ukraine
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UCCLA Jan 31
What would it have looked like if the Holocaust had come to Canada? "Canada already had a fair bit of experience w rounding up ethnic groups. In , it interned 8000 Ukrainian-Canadians & forced others to carry special ID" via
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Darth Putin Jan 25
Replying to @DarthPutinKGB
But cos the US supports Saudi now and Ronnie Reagan was a madman it means no one can think there's anything that can be done and you all just have to choose the solutions proposed by human rights bastions China, Russia and Turkey and let the poor peeps get shot cos the CIA.
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Darth Putin Jan 24
Regime change has no place in today's world. The proper method is "pro Russian self defense groups" with some Russian soldiers "on holiday" followed by a "referendum"
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MaidanOnline Jan 22
Four Crimean Tatars sentenced for their faith in Russian occupied Crimea
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Glasnost Gone Jan 21
Remembering the sacrifice of soldiers who defended airport. Remembering the torture & possible murder of 's soldiers by Russia's forces. Jan 2015: Car seen driving passed torture incident brings V recently shot (in head) soldiers
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Darth Putin Jan 22
"He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell, 1984. And the Kremlin, 2019.
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Kateryna_Kruk Jan 22
One day in 's history: 100y.a. two UA republics united in one; 29y.a. Ukrainians created hundreds kilometers long live chain uniting different cities across the country. 5y.a. first death on - Segiy Nigoyan today-youth symbolically unites Dnipro banks with UA flag
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Business Ukraine mag Jan 20
Human chain across the Charles Bridge in Prague to mark the centenary of the January 1919 Act of Union between the Ukrainian People's Republic and West Ukrainian People's Republic. One hundred years later, Ukrainians are still fighting to defend their independence from Russia
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Gosha Tykhyi Jan 20
Where have all those people vanished? How many of them turned putinists now? How many fled abroad? I would watch a documentary like that if someone had shot it.
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James Jan 19
Putin orders that 700,000 documents within the Russian archives relating to WW2 activities will remain classified until 2040.
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