The Ukrainian Famine of 1932–3: The Role of the Ukrainian Diaspora in Research and Public Discussion View Full Text


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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

Frank Sysyn

ABSTRACT

Events in Ukraine during 1932–3 have been surrounded by controversy. Did a famine occur that took millions of lives? If a famine occurred, did natural causes (poor harvest and drought) and the destruction of livestock and seed grain during collectivization bring it about, or did the seizure of food by the Soviet authorities cause the famine? If the actions of Soviet authorities caused the famine, did they consist of a misdirected programme to secure and export foodstuffs for the industrialization campaign, a failure to respond to early reports of famine and an inability to mount effective countermeasures, or did they constitute a wilful policy not to provide assistance, a campaign to conceal famine and a callous refusal to accept foreign assistance? If the latter was the case, were the general ruthlessness of the Stalinist system and the regime’s disdain for the peasantry in the face of a disaster it had brought on by its own misguided policies the reasons, or did a preconceived plan to starve the peasantry exist? If the famine was the outcome of a preconceived plan, was the plan directed at the peasantry of the entire Soviet Union, or was it aimed at Ukraine and Ukrainians in particular as part of a destructive campaign against the Ukrainian nation? Notes More... »

PAGES

182-215

Book

TITLE

Studies in Comparative Genocide

ISBN

978-1-349-27350-8
978-1-349-27348-5

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