Red famine: Stalin’s war on Ukraine
by Anne Applebaum. First U.S. edition. New York: Doubleday. 2017
“From the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Gulag and the National Book Award finalist Iron Curtain, a revelatory history of one of Stalin’s greatest crimes–the consequences of which still resonate today ….” (from the cover).
Red Famine is the most comprehensive analysis of the Holodomor in English since historian Robert Conquest’s Harvest of Sorrow in 1986. It brings much new archival research to light – interspersed with chilling excerpts from victims, survivors, witnesses and perpetrators – ultimately demonstrating the intentionality of Stalin’s genocide.
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Many more reviews are now available; you may want to start here:
Red Famine chronicles the ruin wrought upon Ukraine by Josef Stalin, by Steve Donoghue, Christian Science Monitor, Oct 19, 2017.
Stalin was fully committed to using hunger as a weapon of mass destruction; Red Famine reviewed by Owen Matthews, The Spectator, Sep 23 2017.
Facing facts: Why the Great Famine in Ukraine still matters today, by Edward Lucas . Europe’s Edge, Aug 28 2017