The article explores the role played by awareness and memory in combating Soviet information
warfare on the famine in Ukraine of 1932–1933 based on the historical and media sources on the
Holodomor. The author analyzes instruments used by the Soviet state in the 1930s not only to hide
information about starvation from the other states, but also to suppress memory about it. The article
presents different types of historical sources on the famine that have been preserved. Knowledge of
surviving historical sources, as well as of actions of the Soviet propaganda to silence the famine,
allows deconstruction of the myths invented by the Soviet regime.
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Prawa autorskie (c) 2023 Etnografia Polska