Ethnic Issues in the Famine of 1932–1933 in Ukraine

  title={Ethnic Issues in the Famine of 1932–1933 in Ukraine},
  author={David R. Marples},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  pages={505 - 518}
Abstract The article discusses recent historiography on the Ukrainian famine of 1933, arguing that whereas there is today a consensus in Ukraine that it constituted an act of genocide by Stalin's government against Ukrainians, no such agreement exists in the West. Further, Western works, while they may offer valuable insights and their conclusions notwithstanding, have tended to neglect the national issue altogether. The article demonstrates that national questions remained uppermost in the… 
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