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Holodomor: Ukraine's Genocide of 1932-33 (2008)

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In 1932-33, Ukraine, the breadbasket of Europe, had bountiful crops of grain, yet its people were dying of starvation. In order to crush the will of the independent-minded Ukrainian ... See full summary »

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Jim Henderson ...
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Greg Halek ...
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Ukrainian Woman 3
Marta Tomkiw ...
Ukrainian Woman 1
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Ukrainian Woman 4
Christina Ladysh ...
Ukrininian Woman 5
Zoryana Keske ...
Ukrainian Woman 6
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SS Brook
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Ukrainian Woman 2
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Marcus Wynnycky ...
Ukrainian Man #1
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In 1932-33, Ukraine, the breadbasket of Europe, had bountiful crops of grain, yet its people were dying of starvation. In order to crush the will of the independent-minded Ukrainian peasants and secure collectivization of all Ukrainian lands, Joseph Stalin ordered an army of ruthless, Communist Party activists to confiscate all harvested grain and seize all the foodstuffs in the villages. As a result of this genocidal decree, by the end of 1933 nearly 25 percent of the Ukrainian population - up to 10 million people, including 3 million children - had perished! In the face of terror, Ukrainians had little possibility of escaping their horrific fate to create another life elsewhere. Travel was banned for Ukrainians keeping them confined in a prison of starvation within their own villages. Written by Bobby Leigh

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