World War II in Ukraine

The Ukrainian Experience in World War II
With a Brief Survey of Ukraine's
Population Loss of 10 Million

by
Andrew Gregorovich





  • Introduction
  • Carpatho-Ukraine 1938-39
  • September 1, 1939: World War II Begins
  • June 22, 1941
  • Battle of Ukraine: "Breadbasket of Europe"
  • Stalin's Scorched Earth Policy
  • Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN)
  • UPA - Ukrainian Insurgent Army
  • Lend-Lease: Lifeline for the USSR
  • Ukrainian Americans and Ukrainian Canadians in WW II
  • Ukrainian Women at War
  • Ostarbeiter Slave Labor
  • Koch versus Rosenberg
  • Dynamo versus Germany: Soccer Match of Death
  • Kiev Waitresses
  • Katyn and Vinnytsia
  • Ukraine's Population Losses in World War II: 7.5 million or 13,614,000?
  • Total Losses by Country
  • Did Hitler or Stalin Kill More Ukrainians in World War II?
  • Kortelisy (Ukraine), Lidice (Czechoslovakia) & Oradour-sur-Glane (France): Razed Villages
  • Ukrainian Division Galicia
  • Ukraine's Property Losses in World War II
  • Plunder of Ukraine: Report by SS-Oberstrumfuehrer Ferster November 10, 1942: "Expropriate everything of value."
  • Hitler's Scorched Earth Policy in Ukraine
  • Jewish Holocaust in Ukraine
  • "The Best Tank in the World" T-34 was Designed and Built in Ukraine
  • Brief Bibliography of Ukraine in World War II
  • Chronology of the War in Ukraine
  • Population Losses in World War II by Country





  • Deutsche Wochenschau No. 571 1941 - Ukrainischenfront

    1941 The Invasion of Ukraine - German Amateur Film
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 571 1941 - Hitler in Minsk
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 567 1941 - Minsk I
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 565 1941 - Grodno
    28 August, 1941 Hitler and Mussolini in Ukraine
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 570 1941 - Ukraine/Vinnitsya
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 570 1941 - Mogilev
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 655 1943 - Kharkov IV

    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 652 1943 - Kharkov I

    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 654 1943 - Kharkov II
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 618 1942 - Fall of Sevastopol V
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 670 1943 - Anti-Partisanen III in Minsk
    Deutsche Wochenschau No. 578 1941 - Kiev Kesselschlacht
    1941 The Invasion of Ukraine - German Amateur Film