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A plaque commemorates Ukrainians who died as a result of the subsequent forced collectivisation by the Soviets and the man-made famine in 1932-1933 and all those who died from political oppression between 1917 and 1991.
The Ukrainian Famine was dreadful famine premeditated by the Soviet Union, headed by Joseph Stalin during 1932-1933, as a means to undermine the nationalistic pride of the Ukrainian people. It served to control and further oppress the Ukrainian people by denying them the basic vital essentials they needed to survive. The Ukrainian Famine is also known as Holodomor, meaning “death by hunger.”
|Address:||82 Kintore Avenue , Memorial Wall, Migration Museum, Adelaide, 5000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.919781|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 5th December, 1993|
THIS PLAQUE IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE MANY MILLIONS OF UKRAINIAN MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WHO DIED AS THE INNOCENT VICTIMS OF SOVIET ENFORCED COLLECTIVATION AND THE SUBSEQUENT MAN-MADE FAMINE IN UKRAINE IN 1932 - 33.
IN MEMORY OF ALL THE UKRAINIANS WHO DIED BETWEEN 1917 - 1991 AS A RESULT OF THE POLICIES OF COMMUNISM AND IMPERIALISM.
THE ASSOCIATION OF UKRAINIANS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
5TH DECEMBER 1993