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Ukrainians in Amsterdam to mark famine that decimated millions

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Myron Swidersky doesn’t expect any homemade cake will be served during a solemn ceremony planned at Amsterdam City Hall on Tuesday. Unlike last spring’s joyful celebration of Ukraine’s independence, dozens of Amsterdam residents with roots in Ukraine will bear heavy hearts and remember millions who starved to death in their homeland 80 years ago. Amsterdam, a city that welcomed several waves of Ukrainian immigrants over the past 122 years, will fly a Ukrainian flag at ...

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