On the 135th anniversary of the birth of the Holodomor researcher Dmytro Soloviy (1888–1966), on the pages of the popular Kyiv Post resource, the chief researcher of the Department of Theory and History of Political Science of our Institute, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Yuriy Shapoval posted a story about the scientist-researcher of the tragic during the Holodomor in Ukraine 1932–1933
Dmytro Soloviy left behind a motley, multi-genre printed heritage. It is important to emphasize – Yu. Shapoval notes – that Dmytro Soloviy was one of the first to turn to the study of the Holodomor in Ukraine, to a comprehensive analysis of the causes and consequences of this tragedy. He was one of the first to start collecting the testimonies of those who managed to survive the Holodomor, he wrote not only about the socio-economic, but also about the political causes of this phenomenon.