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Victims of Communism Museum

The Victims of Communism Museum is proud to host a new temporary gallery, “Holodomor Then; Genocide Now; Justice When.” The exhibit, which was curated in partnership with the U.S. Committee for Ukrainian Holodomor Genocide Awareness and the Embassy of Ukraine,… Read More

Lawyer, politician, resistance fighter, champion of women’s rights, and defender of democracy, Milada Horáková bravely stood against totalitarianism in all forms. She was executed on this day in 1950 for opposing the communist occupation of Czechoslovakia.

VOC Chairman Dr. Elizabeth Edwards Spalding explores how the Victims of Communism Museum educates through teaching history so we can live not by lies in The American Spectator. Dr. Spalding writes, “As Václav Havel foretold, the collapse of communism in… Read More

In the National Review, Richard M. Reinsch II and Paul Zepeda discuss the Victims of Communism Museum in an article titled “Victims of Communism, Victims of Modernism.” As the authors write, “It’s easy to think of communism as an unfortunate… Read More