4 edition of Holodomor--the Ukrainian genocide 1932-1933 found in the catalog.
November 2014.First edition published in 2008.Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||League of Ukrainian Canadians|
|Publishers||League of Ukrainian Canadians|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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As Stalin set exorbitant state procurement quotas for Ukraine, his loyal henchmen, Molotov and Kaganovich, assured their approval by the Party and State authorities in Moscow, and their implementation in Ukraine. While Ukraine was thus losing hundreds of thousands of its best farmers, the rest of the cultivators were forced to join the collective farms called kolhospy in Ukrainian; kolkhozy in Russianwhere they became modern-day serfs of the totalitarian Soviet state.
A dead baby is a dead baby. All denial of human cruelty is wrong.
All holocaust denial is wrong. HOLODOMOR - THE UKRAINIAN FAMINE GENOCIDE OF 1932-1933 As many as ten million Ukrainians died in Soviet Ukraine from hunger and accompanying diseases during the Great Famine of 1932-1933. Unlike the madmen who deny the Jewish Holocaust, however, these people are often treated with respect and authority. Dishonest Western journalists Walter Durantyintellectuals Bernard Shaw and politicians Edouard Herriot parroted Moscow's lies and silenced the rare testimony of such honest journalists as Gareth Jones and Malcolm Muggeridge.
Thus, in the XX century, famine conditions caused by Soviet state policies were conveniently used by the regime to subdue the Ukrainians. Hence the critically essential political dimension in the study of the Holodomor. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of ethnic Ukrainians also died in the adjacent regions of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic RSFSRespecially the Kuban province of the Northern Caucasus region.
Last but not least, in his article "The Forgotten Holocaust" The Saturday Sun, 18 November 2000 Canadian media personality Michael Coren pointedly summarized key concerns about Holodomor recognition Holodomor--the Ukrainian genocide 1932-1933 a crime of genocide: "They call it a holocaust.
The unprecedented scope of this demographic catastrophe happening over such a short time span also unequivocally points to the intentionality and planning of this genocidal act on the part of Moscow.
Consulting Editor and Emender Todays Top News• On December 14 and 15 of 1932, the Soviet authorities blamed the Ukrainianization policies for allowing Ukrainian nationalists to penetrate Soviet state and party institutions in Ukraine and the RSFSR, control educational and publishing establishments, and sabotage the state grain procurements.
Still today there are university teachers, media figures and politicians who will minimize or even dismiss the suffering of the Ukrainian people.