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(l) Ukrainian Famine
Black Famine in Ukraine 1932-33: A Struggle for Existence
- Stark, cold, statistics, accounts of thousands of Ukrainian survivors and German; English and American eyewitnesses, confessions of Moscow's agents and the admission of Stalin himself lead to a question: Why did Moscow decide to starve to death seven million Ukrainians?
Freedom, Democide, War: Home Page
- Freedom, Democracy, Peace; Power, Democide, and War - by R.J. Rummel.
Genocide Resources: Links, main index
Harvest Of Despair
- Movies Unlimited Harvest Of Despair Video
Harvest of Despair (Canada, 1984) B&W, 55 minutes. ISBN 1-57299-377-4
- This film documents the Ukrainian terror famine of 1932-33, which caused the deaths of 7,000,000 people. A powerful film, "Harvest of Despair" provides rare insight into one of this century's least-known but most vicious genocides.
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
- Holocaust and Genocide Studies with links, readings, and chronology
Media Watch Ukraine
- Media Watch Ukraine is an advocacy group for balanced and accurate media coverage of Ukrainians. At the height of the Famine, Ukrainian villagers were dying at the rate of 25,000 per day, 1,000 per hour, 17 per minute.
Museum of Communism
- Information about mass murder, widespread slave labor, and other human rights violations committed by Communist regimes.
Overpopulation - Soviet Famines of 1921 and 1932-1933
- Article looks at causes and extent of Soviet famines of 1921 and 1932-1933.
Primary Sources Concerning the Famine in Ukraine in 1932-1933.
- There was little hope the totalitarian regime had left intact documents covering that terrible period in the history of Ukraine, documents that had been kept secret for almost 60 years by KGB professionals. Fortunately, there exist a lot of materials with top security classification which concern the medical aspects of the deliberately arranged famine in Ukraine.
- An overview of political mass murder in the Soviet Union
Stalin, Grain Stocks and the Famine of 1932-1933, Slavic Review, Fall 1995
- By R.W.Davies, M.B.Tauger and S.G.Wheatcroft. Most western and all Soviet studies of the Stalinist economy have ignored the role played by the stockpiling of grain in the agricultural crisis of the early 1930s.
The Artificial Famine in Ukraine 1932-33
- The Artificial Famine in Ukraine 1932-33, an act of Genocide which resulted in the death of over 7 million Ukrainians.
The Canadian Museum of Genocide
- White Paper by Roman Serbyn, arguing for the establishment of a Genocide Museum in Canada to commemorate the victims of all genocides, and teach about the nature of genocide.
The Chicago Committee to Remember the Famine
- The Hidden Famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine. The committee's activities are all designed to increase public awareness of the Ukrainian Famine and to be a source of information and educational materials for the community.
The Ukrainian Genocide
- Stalin imposed a man-made famine in the early 1930s that killed upwards of 10 million Ukrainians. The famine was accompanied by a devastating purge of the Ukrainian intelligentsia and the Ukrainian Communist party itself.
The Ukrainian Weekly on the Great Famine of 1932-33
- Archive of The Ukrainian Weekly; section dealing with the Ukrainian Famine.
- Parliament recalls 1932-33 famine-genocide in Ukraine
UKAR - Ukrainian Archive
- HOLODOMOR - The Forgiven Holocaust of 1932-33. Documents discussing the Ukrainian Famine.
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