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People of Russia(1942)

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  • Propaganda short

    • I.M.Mazepa
    • 11/5/14

    Filmed in Moscow, This short shows the USSR in 1932. Narrator says everyone is free and happy, especially women for whom jobs are plentiful, and children, shown playing under the supervision of doctors and nurses. There is a brief view of Stalin smiling and waving to folk marching past him in a parade, perhaps on May 1 of that year. It is very sad to watch this knowing that an hour's plane ride south, in Ukraine, Stalin was creating his man-made famine. Known as Holodomor, and sometimes referred to as "The Forgotten Holocaust," the Holodomor Targeted what till then had been Ukraine's free farmers. Decades later, a U.S. congressional Commission on the Soviet Role in the Ukraine Famine," headed by Jim Mace of Harvard University, concluded that in 1932-33 Stalin starved to death seven million Ukrainians, including three million women and children.As this review is being written, Stalin's heir, a former KGB officer named Vladimir Putin, is taking his turn at trying to destroy Ukraine and everything Ukrainian via an invasion that has been condemned by the civilized world.

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