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Ukrainian Famine 1932-33
1932 1933 YEARS OF INDUCED FAMINE IN UKRAINE CREATED BY THE MUSCOVITE OCCUPIERS
(Oksana Procyk, Leonid Heretz, and James E. Mace, Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A Memorial Exhibition, Widener Library Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Massachusetts, 1986, p. 71)


Ivan Bahryany
Pick up the Small Soviet Encyclopedia, 1940 edition, open it and under the letter "U" read what is written in the article "Ukrainian SSR".

It is a document and there you will see in black and white, although in fine print, that Soviet Ukraine according to the census of 1927 had a population of 32 million and in 1939 (twelve years later) 28 million.

Only 28 million?  What happened to 4 million people after 1927?  Where is the natural increase which in 12 years should have been at least 6-7 million?  That means more than 10 million!  What happened to those 10 million of the Ukrainian population?  What happened to them in the "land of flourishing socialism?"


Ivan Bahryany, "I Accuse," in The Black Deeds of the Kremlin: A White Book, Vol. 1, Book of Testimonies, Ukrainian Association of Victims of Russian Communist Terror, Toronto, 1953, p. 3.


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Chapter III. Collectivization, Liquidation of Kurkul Class and Famine

from The Black Deeds of the Kremlin: A White Book, Vol. 1, Book of Testimonies, Ukrainian Association of Victims of Russian Communist Terror, Toronto, 1953, pp. 185-305.


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The INFOUKES site has much valuable information on the Ukrainian Famine at www.infoukes.com/history/famine/




M. Verbytskyi.  The Kremlin's Greatest Crime: The Planned Artificial Famine in Ukraine, 1932-1933.  London, 1952.  In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 50.



Photograph taken in Soviet Ukraine, 1932-1933.  In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 51.



Passers-by no longer pay attention to the corpses of starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv, 1933.  In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 35.


Mass graves outside Kharkiv, 1933.  In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 61.



Poster, designed by Roxolana Luchakowsky-Armstrong.  An estimated 15,000 Ukrainian Americans turned out for the rally, and several thousand of them carried copies of this poster on the march to the Soviet Embassy.  In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986, p. 61.




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