Genocide of the Ukrainian nation – the Holodomor

The difference between the Holodomor and the All-Union famine early 1930s, which some researchers-amateurs often appeal to, is as follows: farmers outside Ukraine and the Kuban were the victims of hunger as a social class, and Ukrainian peasants were starved to death for belonging to the Ukrainian nation. The validity and fairness of this evaluation are clear, based on analysis of policy Bolshevik regime in Ukraine and the Bolshevik practice of the national question.

The Leninist-Stalinist leadership always attached particular importance to Ukraine, because they believe that its detention in Moscow's orbit is an important condition for the existence of the communist regime and the Soviet Union.

The national revival of Ukraine during Ukrainianization (political retreat of the Bolsheviks) led the Soviet leadership in the fear of exit Ukrainian republic, which had the right under the Constitution of the USSR (1924).

The Soviet government tried to uproot Ukrainian separatism.


Anti-Ukrainian nature of the Holodomor confirm a number of facts:

During the Holodomor the national minorities of Ukraine also affected for living among Ukrainian nation, which was victim of genocide. Only Ukrainian nation was the subject of state building and self-determination by the Constitution of the USSR in 1924 and had the right to exit from the Soviet Union and build an independent Ukrainian state.

In term of international law, the death of minorities during the Holodomor was a crime of extermination and the fact that aggravates the guilt of organizers of Holodomor.