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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. victims of communist madness. Ukrainian wheat was sold by communists to Europe countries. Goverments of France, Italy and others bought Ukrainian wheat and knew about artificially created starvation

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…

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

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

HISTORY TO REMEMBER NOW:One of the most brutal acts of war upon one's own people was Stalin's instigating the Ukrainian Great Famine or Holodomor in the early 1930s. Estimates of the number of victims range from 3 to 10 million, making the Holomodor a catastrophe comparable to the Holocaust. In this photo, residents of Kharkov pass by the dead body of a victim of the famine lying in the street.

Holodomor - the Ukrainian Holocaust - The Russians starved the Ukrainian people in even coming into their homes and taking every ounce of flour.

Memorial to the Holodomor Victims (Kiev, Ukraine)

Memorial to the Holodomor Victims (Kiev, Ukraine) · Lomography

Starving Russian children in Buguruslan, 1921-22

Starving Ukrainian children during genocidal famine initiated by the Soviet Russia, known as Holodomor. Victims of Holodomor are commemorated fourth Saturday of November each year.

Bourke-White, "Louisville Flood Victims"

Louisville Flood Victims ● African-American flood victims line up to get food and clothing from a Red Cross relief station in front of billboard ironically extolling The American Way in January (Margaret Bourke-White/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Victims of famine in the Volga region

Victims of the Bolshevik famine in the Volga region

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

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