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, 30- . 30- , . (, ) , . 30- . , , , , . Yury Shevtsovs book delves into a complex and dangerous period of history, spanning from 1930s to our days. From the one side, it deals with a very real widespread famine of the early 1920s part of the Stalinist campaign of Dekulakization, which actually amounted to the eradication of peasantry in Soviet Russia. From the other side, the book dispels the myth of Golodomor, allegedly masterminded by the Moscovites with the aim of eliminating the Ukrainians, which was essentially made up by the Nazis. The book describes the famine of the early 1930s simultaneously analyzing its contemporary ideological interpretations. It can be of interest to students, teachers of history, journalists and all those exploring the contemporary wars, Russophobia, as well as the projects of East-European nationalism and East-West conflicts.
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