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47). False representations such as these also contributed to the diluted conceptions of the tragedy. The Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933 was designed by the Soviet government with the intention of eradicating the strong-willed, independent people of the Ukraine who posed a threat to Russian domination in the Soviet Union. While the former Soviets still insist that the famine was unanticipated, it is impossible to disguise the systemized murder of millions of innocent people. “Perhaps the most distressing lesson of Stalin’s Ukrainian famine is that even great crimes against humanity can happen again if the world ignores or denies them” (”Denying the Terror Famine” 5). Altman, Linda Jacobs. Genocide: The Systematic Killing of a People. N.p.: Linda Jacobs Altman, 1995.

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