Holod 33 (Famine '33)
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Holod 33 (Famine '33)
In the early 1930s, the unchallenged ruler of the U.S.S.R. was extremely paranoid Joseph Stalin. He conceived a plan for sweeping social reorganization in the Ukraine which had the advantage (for him) of suppressing the population entirely. The resulting agricultural reorganization forced the relocation of most of the population onto farming collectives. In the chaos that followed, farm production virtually ceased, and something like seven million Ukrainians died of famine -- not to mention those farmers who were summarily executed as "enemies of the state." This epic historical… More

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"A riveting chronicle of the 1933 disaster that Stalin and the Communist Party had never acknowledged"
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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