Article of the Day: Holodomor

Article of the Day:

A combination of the Ukrainian words holod, meaning “hunger,” and mor, meaning “plague,” the term Holodomor refers to the Ukrainian famine that led to millions of deaths in 1932 and 1933. Though some scholars note that natural causes—such as weather and a poor harvest—might have contributed to the famine, most modern historians agree that it was a direct result of the policies of the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin. For that reason, the Holodomor is sometimes referred to as what? More…:


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