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3/3 "The Ukrainian Holodomor: Stalin and Genocide"

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Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies presents: Annual Ukrainian Famine Lecture "The Ukrainian Holodomor: Stalin and Genocide" by Prof. Norman Naimark (Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor in East European Studies, Stanford University) University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 6 November 2011.

- Ukrainian peasants were opposed to collectivization and Moscow's grain requisitioning policies
- Ukrainian peasantry was suspect to Josef Stalin; their attachment to their distinctiveness roused (Stalins ire) 0:08
- Ukrainian nationalism among intelligentsia 0:34
- Grain crisis, Polish agents, Ukrainian nationalists; Kaganovich 0:55
- "Knock-out blow" November 1932 1:45
- Borders between Russia and Ukraine 2:30
- Gulag; road blocks 3:00
- Famine relief offered from abroad was rejected by the Kremlin 3:35
- Soviet writer Mikhail Sholokhov (Михаил Шолохов) (Михайло Шолохов) 3:58
- Can the Ukrainian famine be considered genocide? 4:40
- Strategic grain reserves estimated at three (3) million tons 5:10
- There is not a lot of evidence that Stalin himself ordered the Ukrainian killer famine 6:17
- Srebrenica massacre July 1995 6:47
- Communist inspired genocide: mass murder of Cambodians by Pol Pot; deaths of tens of millions of Chinese peasants by Mao Tse-tung, Mao Zedong (毛泽东) (Мао Цзедун) Great Leap Forward 10:10
- Kaing Guek Eav prison camp commander, torturer Cambodian murderer; acquitted of genocide 11:20

Audio courtesy of Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, University of Toronto: http://www.utoronto.ca/jacyk

Sponsored by:
(a) Ukrainian Canadian Congress
(b) Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies
http://www.ualberta.ca/cius & http://www.ciuspress.com
(c) Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine
(d) Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies