Volodymyr Serhijchuk is a professor of history at the Kyiv State University and one of the more eminent researchers in Soviet archives. In terms of publishing his findings, he is perhaps the most prolific of the researchers.
One of the topics of his expertise is the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33. For a long time he simply accepted the number of victims estimated by historians in the West. When the 7 million number was challenged in recent publications both in Ukraine and the West, Serhijchuk decided to conduct his own research to establish as well as reasonably possible, given the So...
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