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The harvest of sorrow : Soviet collectivization and the terror-famine

Author: Robert Conquest; Oxford University Press.
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford university Press, 1986.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Conquest; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 0195040546 9780195040548
OCLC Number: 831316888
Notes: Dotyczy Polski.
Description: [12], 412 s., [8] s. tabl. ; 24 cm.
Contents: PrefaceIntroductionPart I. The Protagonists: Party, Peasants and Nation1. The Peasants and the Party2. The Ukrainian Nationality and Leninism3. Revolution, Peasant War and Famines, 1917-19214. Stalemate, 1921-1927Part II. To Crush the Peasantry5. Collision Course, 1928-19296. The Fate of 'Kulaks'7. Crash Collectivization and its Defeat, January-March 19308. The End of the Free Peasantry, 1930-19329. Central Asia and the Kazakh Tragedy10. The Churches and the PeoplePart III. The Terror-Famine11. Assault on the Ukraine12. The Famine Rages13. A Land Laid to Waste14. Kuban, Don and Volga15. Children16. The Death Roll17. The Record of the West18. ResponsibilitiesEpilogue: The AftermathNotesSelect BibliographyIndex
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"A fine, thoroughly documented full-dress historical study of this genocidal campaign. Conquest grabs his reader at the start."--National Review"Vital to understanding 'Stalin's Read more...

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