Regardless of religion, we were all Ukrainian

 
Ukrainian Prof. Oleh Turij talks about the experiences of his grandmother during World War II, including her relationship with a poor Jewish community that asked her family to take in one of their children as war broke out. He also talks about the importance of looking at oral history, even though not all details may be clear.

Storyteller: Prof. Oleh Turij

Date of Story: 1930s-early 1940s
Location of Story: Bukachivtsi, Soviet Ukraine
Location: Vienna, Austria
Date: 6 June, 2016
Citizen Historian: Mykhaylo Palahitskyy