Staff at the Library have curated a list of titles relating to the history of Ukraine to help those who want to think about how historical knowledge can be applied to current crises.
- Erased: vanishing traces of Jewish Galicia in present-day Ukraine by Omer Bartov
- Shatterzone of the empires: coexistence and violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian and Ottoman borderlines by Omer Bartov and Eric Weitz (eds.)
- The Shoah in Ukraine: history, testimony, memorialization by Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower (eds.)
- Holocaust in Rovno: the massacre at Sosenki forest, November 1941 by Jeffrey Burds
- The Foreign Office and the famine: British documents on Ukraine and the Great Famine of 1932-1933 by Marco Carynnyk, Lubomyr Luciuk and Bohdan Kordan (eds.)
- War and memory in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus by Julie Fedor (ed.)
- Documents on Ukrainian Jewish identity and emigration, 1944-1990 by Vladimir Khanin
- Nazi empire-building and the Holocaust in Ukraine by Wendy Lower
- Stepan Bandera: the life and afterlife of a Ukrainian nationalist: fascism, genocide, and cult by Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe
- Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin by Timothy D. Snyder
- The Holocaust and the germanization of Ukraine by Eric C. Steinhart
- Holocaust in the Ukraine by Boris Zabarkow
For more related sources, try a search for any of the following keywords in our Collections Catalogue: Ukraine; Ukrainian; Holocaust; Influence of the Holocaust; Ethnic relations; Genocide.