Holodomor
Dnipro, 1 April 1932
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Dnipro (1921-1926, 1928-1950) [Trenton NJ, Chicago IL, Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA]
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Image
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"УКРАЇНІЗАЦІЯ"


Reports that Ukrainianization is being reversed under the pretext of fighting "the Petliurite vestiges" (petliurivshchyna). A long-time Ukrainian communist party member, head of a village council, was arrested for "negligence in grain procurement", i.e., for humane treatment of the peasants. Government signage and stamps are still in Ukrainian but official communications are conducted in Russian.
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p. 1, column 3
Date of Publication
1 Apr 1921
Language of Item
Ukrainian
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Dnipro, 1 April 1932



"УКРАЇНІЗАЦІЯ"


Reports that Ukrainianization is being reversed under the pretext of fighting "the Petliurite vestiges" (petliurivshchyna). A long-time Ukrainian communist party member, head of a village council, was arrested for "negligence in grain procurement", i.e., for humane treatment of the peasants. Government signage and stamps are still in Ukrainian but official communications are conducted in Russian.