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free download Red Famine Stalin's War on Ukraine 1921 1933 Anne Applebaum ↠ 3 characters characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Anne Applebaum Million people died between 1931 and 1933 in the USSR But instead of sending relief the Soviet state made use of the catastrophe to rid itself of a political problem In Red Famine Anne Applebaum argues that than 3 million of those dead were Ukrainians who perished not because they were accidental victims of a bad policy but because the state deliberately set out to kill them     Applebaum proves what has long been s. This book has two interrelated themes Ukraine s path toward independence and the famine that occurred there 1932 1933The history of Ukraine and Russia must be viewed together and so the Bolshevik Revolution the Civil War that followed first Lenin s and then Stalin s reign are discussed too The book starts in 1917 and concludes in the present The famine that occurred 1921 1922 and for which international aid was given came to be followed by the Great Famine of 1932 1933 The latter famine came to be known as the Holodomor This word in translation means to kill by starvation thus inferring that the famine was not simply due to natural causes but was instead purposefully instigated an act of genocide led by Stalin In an epilog the author discusses if the latter famine should be classified as genocide In any case be that so or not to understand the relations between Ukraine and Russia today the past must be understood It is this that is the purpose of the book A clear and succinct introduction explains all of this Knowing at the start that the genocide uestion will be discussed at the end a reader reads with this uestion prominently at the fore The book begins with the first Ukrainian War of Independence1917 to 1921 The February Revolution of 1917 led ethnic groups in the Russian Empire to seek increased autonomy and self determination The Ukrainian National Movement was formed In June 1917 in Kiev the Ukrainian People s Republic was declared a sovereign state to be governed by the socialist dominated Central Rada But it was short lived Year by year we follow events collectivization blacklisting deportations the famine of 1920 1921 liuidation of the kulaks and then unrealistic grain livestock and vegetable reuisitions imposed on a people without food Travel restrictions so people could not flee The first half of the book covering the years before the famine were a struggle for me I was seriously considering putting the book aside The background information is essential but dry in its presentation Too many examples to prove one point Too repetitive Not engaging The famine is heartrendingly depicted Physical and psychological effects of famine are documented What was eaten when no food was available What was done with the dead Personal experiences are told People who lived through the famine are uoted There is however little reference to source material We are told a memoirist or multiple witnesses or a Polish diplomat claim but why are we not give the names of those making these statements Yet I do not doubt the validity of the claims made or the horror of what occurred Thereafter follow chapters devoted first to a discussion of death statistics and then the years after the famine The absence of international aid resettlement programs Russification purging of Ukrainian officials and destruction of evidence that the famine had occurred Stalin claimed the 1937 census to be invalid It showed all too clearly how many had died These chapters were not dry Finally the epilog It presents a straightforward analysis of whether the famine should or should not be considered a genocide Well it all depends on whose definition one goes by Raphael Lemkin 1900 1959 who coined the word genocide and who initiated the Genocide Convention signed on December 9 1948 OR the United Nation s Convention on the Crime of Genocide itself Lemkin referred to the mass killing of Jews in the Second World War the killing of Armenians by the Turks and the Great Famine of 1932 1933 as genocide but the Convention which today constitutes the basis for international law states that genocide is a state sponsored assault on an entire group of people or on a whole nation That not all Ukrainians were targeted means the famine should not be classified as genocideTo properly judge the events that took place in the Ukraine one must compare these events with what was happening elsewhere I wish had been spoken of the famine in the Volga region and Kazakhstan There is some information but not enough I very much liked the narration by Suzanne Toren The reading is clear and at a tempo that allows listeners time to think Many Russian names are given in the book s first half these are too often hard to distinguish This is no fault of the narrator but it does make listening difficult than reading I do not like that her intonation and pauses emphasize which events are evil I am perfectly capable of figuring this out myself I have given the narration four stars


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