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    The popularity of the search resource “Ukrainian martyrology of the XXth century” is growing
    Рosted 23 November 2021 15:37

    At the request of the Head of the State Archival Service of Ukraine Anatolii Khromov, specialists of the Central State Electronic Archives of Ukraine, using the online software tool Google Analytics have prepared statistics on users visits to the “Ukrainian martyrology of the XXth century” page — the official web-portal of the State Archival Service of Ukraine.

    It revealed that the popularity of this search resource is constantly growing. Thus, from the beginning of the year 43 393 visitors have used it. The highest activity falls on March-September. In terms of countries, the picture is as follows: the greatest interest in archival documents on this topic was observed in Ukraine (34964), russia (2461), Germany (1093), Poland (1086) and USA (847). France, Israel, Canada, Czech Republic, Turkey, Argentina, Ireland, New Zealand, Cyprus, Japan, Portugal, Singapore, Kyrgyzstan and Indonesia — are following them. 

    Currently, in the database “Ukrainian martyrology of the XXth century” information on 76 262 repressed individuals is available.

    It is possible to get acquainted with the data via the link: https://archives.gov.ua/um.php

    Reminder: 

    “Ukrainian martyrology of the XXth century” — is an records-searching online-project posted on the official web-portal of the State Archival Service of Ukraine and contains brief information about the victims of repressions of the 1920s-1950s. In particular: a photo portrait or several photographs (if available), the name of the victim and a brief description of the occupation, dates of life, rehabilitation record, links to the archive where archival files are kept and other relevant materials. 

    Database “Ukrainian martyrology of the XXth century” was presented by the Head of the State Archival Service of Ukraine Anatolii Khromov, on November 6, 2020, during a press-conference in Ukrinform.