The population of Vladyslavka village (Myronivskyi district, Kyivska region) suffered from the Holodomor-genocide of 1932-1933.
During the Holodomor, the village belonged to Bohuslavskyi district. In 1930, collective farm called “Zhovtneva Peremoha” (“October Victory”) was created at Samarka. The head of it was Roman Kyrychenko. The population was repressed: the food products, cattle and agricultural machinery were confiscated, people were expelled from their own houses. Prokhor Tarasenko and Levko Kyrychenko were dekulakized. The head of the collective farm “Zhovtneva Peremoha” Roman Kyrychenko, who helped people to survive, was repressed.
According to the memories of the Holodomor eyewitnesses, in 1932-1933 more than 300 inhabitants of Vladyslavka died from starvation. Only 37 died are identified, 14 of them are children.
On November 22, 2007, at the place of the mass burial, located at the cemetery, the marble monument to the Holodomor victims was installed. The costs were provided by Vladyslavska village council.