Holodomor
Dnipro, 1 December 1931
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Dnipro (1921-1926, 1928-1950) [Trenton NJ, Chicago IL, Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA]
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Article 1 (Column 3): “ВОГНЕМ ПАЛАЄ УКРАЇНА”


Report on the growing resistance of Ukrainian peasants, including an incident of peasants burning down a commune and attacking communists. Thousands of communists previously sent to the countryside reportedly returned to Kharkiv, fearing the peasant unrest.


Article 2 (Column 3): "УКРАЇНА МУСИТЬ ДАТИ"


Report on the Ukrainian government in Kharkiv imposing a ban on exporting foodstuffs from Ukraine. In response, the Soviet government in Moscow demanded that Ukraine lift the ban and urgently send fifty train cars of foodstuffs to Moscow and Leningrad.


Article 3 (Column 4): "ЧЕРВОНИЙ ТЕРОР"


Report on the ongoing repressions and mass executions by the DPU in the Soviet Union. Two peasants were executed in Zhytomyr for organizing "the kulak counterrevolution." The article questions why the Human Rights League was silent about the incident.
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p. 1, column 3; 4
Date of Publication
1 Dec 1931
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Ukrainian
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Dnipro, 1 December 1931



Article 1 (Column 3): “ВОГНЕМ ПАЛАЄ УКРАЇНА”


Report on the growing resistance of Ukrainian peasants, including an incident of peasants burning down a commune and attacking communists. Thousands of communists previously sent to the countryside reportedly returned to Kharkiv, fearing the peasant unrest.


Article 2 (Column 3): "УКРАЇНА МУСИТЬ ДАТИ"


Report on the Ukrainian government in Kharkiv imposing a ban on exporting foodstuffs from Ukraine. In response, the Soviet government in Moscow demanded that Ukraine lift the ban and urgently send fifty train cars of foodstuffs to Moscow and Leningrad.


Article 3 (Column 4): "ЧЕРВОНИЙ ТЕРОР"


Report on the ongoing repressions and mass executions by the DPU in the Soviet Union. Two peasants were executed in Zhytomyr for organizing "the kulak counterrevolution." The article questions why the Human Rights League was silent about the incident.