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Soviet regime tried to destroy all traces of the Holodomor, but thanks to the archives of the Security Service of Ukraine, there are new significant finds

The Soviet authorities tried by all means to destroy the traces of the Holodomor and mass artificial famines in Ukraine, .....

Onuka’s clip for the anniversary of the Holodomor “Soul of the People”. It was filmed in a destroyed church near Chernihiv

The band Onuka together with the artists of the Chernihiv region filmed the video “Soul of the People” for the .....

Germany to recognize Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people

The Budenstag recognizes the Stalinist Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people. This was announced by the head of .....

Volodymyr Zelensky and Olena Zelenska honored the memory of the fallen participants of the Revolution of Dignity

On the Day of Dignity and Freedom, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky together with his wife Olena honored the memory .....

Andrey Piontkovsky: Russia will be stirred up by a civil war

The political scientist recalled the year 1917, when armed Russians began to return from the front, and this became the .....

Rating of “the greatest Ukrainians of all time”. Zelensky and Zaluzhny are in the top ten

Sociological group “Rating” within the framework of the “People’s Top” project continued the research of outstanding Ukrainians of all times. .....

UNESCO supports the inclusion of Odessa in the World Heritage List

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) supported Ukraine’s proposal to add the city of Odessa to the .....

In August 1968, exactly 54 years ago, Soviet tanks terrorized Prague

By Alexander Sokolovsky These are pictures made by the Czech photographer Josef Koudelka. He walked and filmed Prague’s streets until .....

The history of Odessa, since its foundation and during its first century of growth, shows how rich was the contribution of many foreign communities, like: Italians, French, Greeks, Jewish, German, British, Polish and Turkish. Odessa has a cosmopolitan DNA, which is not only tradition but also energy for its development. This memory of the past makes Odessa a more opened place to foreigners than other cities.

TOJ tells international readers the historical events happened in Odessa, which shows a city familiar to cultural innovation and business creation. It was the most modern and liberal city of Russian Empire. TOJ publishes historical amenities, which paint Odessa as an intriguing city to be visited.