As Russia Targets Food And Water, Is The Holodomor About To Repeat In Ukraine?

Starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv, 1933. Wikimedia Commons
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In 1932-1933, the USSR attacked Ukraine by disrupting its food supply. The historical article below gives the grizzly details of the genocidal campaign that caused the death of at least 4 million people. It was called Holodomor, or "death by starvation". As Russia today targets agriculture and water in Ukraine, questions are rising: It a repeat of history taking place?

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