Los mandatarios de Rusia, Ucrania, Francia y Alemania, reunidos el miércoles en Minsk para buscar una solución a la crisis ucraniana, negociaban intensamente entrada ya la madrugada en la que, para muchos, es la última oportunidad para la paz.
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March 25: Soviet Collectivization in the Baltic States of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia is forced on the people in those Soviet states in 1949.
The Ukrainian Famine is known as Holodomor, meaning “death by hunger.” The Ukrainian Famine was dreadful famine premeditated by the Soviet Union, headed by Joseph Stalin during 1932-1933, as a means to undermine the nationalistic pride of the Ukrainian people. It served to control and further oppress the Ukrainian people by denying them the basic vital essentials they needed to survive.
Img_4593 "We won't forget! We won't forgive!" reads a sign depicting the West and Russia ripping apart Ukraine that is carried by a woman at the Moscow rally. Image: Mashable, Evgeny Feldman
Baron Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel, a.k.a The Black Baron, was an officer in the Imperial Russian army and later commanding general of the anti-Bolshevik White Army in Southern Russia in the later stages of the Russian Civil War. After losing to the Bolsheviks, Wrangel escaped to Belgium where he established the Russian All-Military Union to fight for the preservation and unity of all White forces living abroad. The baron died suddenly in 1928 of alleged poisoning by a Soviet spy.
The Ukrainian military on Sunday said its forces had rebuffed an assault by Russian-backed rebels, and reclaimed almost all the territory of Donetsk airport
Yanuarii Bortnyk (1897-1938). Theater director, one of the representatives of the Berezil theater directing school. In 1925–8 he was the director of one of its major studios. In 1927–30 he worked in the Kharkiv Veselyi Proletar theater. In 1933–6 he was director at the Dnipropetrovske Ukrainian Music and Drama Theater. In 1936–7 he worked at the Kharkiv Theater of the Revolution. Bortnyk was arrested and executed during the Yezhov terror.
Victim of the Ukrainian famine/genocide dead in the middle of a Kharkiv street with people casually passing him by 1933