THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Ukrainian famine not a genocide

By Alexander Solzhenitsyn
April 5, 2008

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FROM AS far back as 1917, we Soviet citizens had to hear and obediently swallow all sorts of shameless, not to say meaningless, lies. That the All-Russian Constituent Assembly was not an attempt at democracy but a counterrevolutionary scheme (and was therefore disbanded). Or that the October coup (this was Trotsky's brilliant maneuver) was not even an uprising, but self-defense ... (Full article: 331 words)

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