Gareth Jones

[bas relief by Oleh Lesiuk]



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Complete Soviet Articles & Background Information


Précis of Gareth's Soviet Famine Articles


All Published Articles




Tell Them We Are Starving




Eyewitness to the Holodomor



More Than Grain of Truth



Manchukuo Incident





'Are you Listening NYT?'  U.N. Speech - Nov 2009


Gareth Recognised at Cambridge - Nov 2009


Reporter and the Genocide - Rome, March 2009


Order of Freedom Award -Nov 2008


Premiere of 'The Living' Documentary Kyiv - Nov 2008


Gareth Jones 'Famine' Diaries - Chicago 2008


Aberystwyth Memorial Plaque 2006





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At three o’clock - after we had seen our first yurts and herds of camels and of cattle, we left the main Kalgan-Urga road; (Urga is of course Bolshevik) and came to Larsen’s Camp.  The scenery was similar to that around Hughesovska; dark green hills and rolling plains.  Larsen is the Duke of Mongolia, a Swede, formerly a missionary, who has become a great man in Mongolia.  He lives in an old temple on the side of a hill, surrounded by yurts. 

Kalgan.  The headquarters of the Wostwag Company, a German firm that traded with the Mongols.

The railway terminal at Kalgan.

Gareth at the Lama service.

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