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These are not the victims of the Nazis. It's Ukrainians. victims of communist madness.

These are not the victims of the Nazis. It's Ukrainians. victims of communist madness.

Holodomor, 1932-33

Holodomor, 1932-33

September 1933, approximately two-thirds of Ukrainian pupils were recorded as missing from schools

September 1933, approximately two-thirds of Ukrainian pupils were recorded as missing from schools

Starving children in the Ukraine during the Holodomor, 1932-33

Starving children in the Ukraine during the Holodomor, 1932-33

Memrial Day of Holodomor victims in Ukraine

Memrial Day of Holodomor victims in Ukraine

Maria Dolina (1922–2010) was a Russian pilot and acting squadron commander of the 125th Marina M. Raskova Borisov Guards dive bomber regiment, seen here in front of a Petlyakov Pе-2 light bomber (1944, colorized).

Maria Dolina (1922–2010) was a Russian pilot and acting squadron commander of the 125th Marina M. Raskova Borisov Guards dive bomber regiment, seen here in front of a Petlyakov Pе-2 light bomber (1944, colorized).

Locmariaquer, Bretagne, France

Locmariaquer, Bretagne, France

German soldier

German soldier

The horrific event, known in Ukrainian as the Holodomor (literally, murder by starvation), took place in 1932-1933. Determined to force all Ukrainian farmers onto collective farms, to crush the burgeoning national revival, and to forestall any calls for Ukraine's independence, Communist regime embarked on a campaign to starve the Ukrainian people into submission.     10 million people – 25% of Ukraine's population – had perished during the Holodomor. 3 million of the victims were children.

The horrific event, known in Ukrainian as the Holodomor (literally, murder by starvation), took place in 1932-1933. Determined to force all Ukrainian farmers onto collective farms, to crush the burgeoning national revival, and to forestall any calls for Ukraine's independence, Communist regime embarked on a campaign to starve the Ukrainian people into submission. 10 million people – 25% of Ukraine's population – had perished during the Holodomor. 3 million of the victims were children.

A victim of the Josef Stalin-ordered Holodomor famine, which killed millions of Ukrainians from 1932-33, is lying on a Kharkiv street in 1933.

A victim of the Josef Stalin-ordered Holodomor famine, which killed millions of Ukrainians from 1932-33, is lying on a Kharkiv street in 1933.

NKVD massacre in Lviv (Lwów) The massacres in this city began immediately after German attack of Soviet Union, on 22 June 1941 and continued until 28 June. Before fleeing the German advance the Soviet NKVD murdered thousands of Ukrainian and Polish civilians, mainly members of the city’s intelligentsia. Unable to evacuate them in time, the NKVD slaughtered their prisoners en masse during the week of 22-28 June 1941.

NKVD massacre in Lviv (Lwów) The massacres in this city began immediately after German attack of Soviet Union, on 22 June 1941 and continued until 28 June. Before fleeing the German advance the Soviet NKVD murdered thousands of Ukrainian and Polish civilians, mainly members of the city’s intelligentsia. Unable to evacuate them in time, the NKVD slaughtered their prisoners en masse during the week of 22-28 June 1941.

The Holodomor. Another victim in the street of Kharkov, 1933

The Holodomor. Another victim in the street of Kharkov, 1933

Holodomor

Holodomor

Two boys with a cache of potatoes they have found during the man-made Holodomor famine in the Ukraine, former Soviet Union, Spring 1934

Revealing the horror of Stalin

Two boys with a cache of potatoes they have found during the man-made Holodomor famine in the Ukraine, former Soviet Union, Spring 1934