WHY WAS HE DESTROYING US?
by Stanislav Kulchytsky
The book contains the articles on the history of Ukrainian Holodomor which were published in the "DEN"
newspaper in 2005-2007. The articles analyse historical and archive documents, and other publications
from the point of view of Holodomor as genocide.
The book raises the question: why the most cruel crime of the Kremlin communist regime was possible.
The author sees the reason of this tragedy in the crises which was the result of founding the "Utopian
communist state". Crises of 1932 and its climax - Holodomor of 1932-1933 in many regions of the USSR
(including Ukraine) threatened to destroy the multinational soviet empire created by bolsheviks with "iron
and blood". To prevent this threat Stalin used repressions, including induced starvation, against Ukrainian
people. In November-December 1932 hundreds of Ukrainian villages found themselves on "black boards",
and in 1933 all over Ukraine CHEKA took away all food from peasants. This operation was masked under
the slogan of delivering grain to the state.
________________________________________________________ 205 pages, hard cover, format 15x20cm
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