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Primary Sources

Interviews
Mischenko, Nicholas. Interview. Our interview with Nicholas Mishenko helped us because his parents were actually a part of the Famine. He had lost family members during the Holodomor. He explained about what had happened during the Holodomor and how this related to the United States.

Books
Dalrymple, Dana G. The Soviet Famine of 1932-1934. Oxford: Blackwell, 1964. Print. This book gives us, very powerful quotes that we could use at the beginning of the website, to show people how food can be use as a weapon. Food was used during Holodomor, when Stalin wanted to get rid of Ukrainian people, he used food as a weapon. Kardash, Peter. Genocide in Ukraine. Melbourne: Fortuna, 2007. Print.

This book helped us because it has a lot of good information about what had happened in Ukraine during this time period it talks about what they were trying to get out off this and what was happening and it included very interesting pictures.

Nikolsky, V. M. Repressive Activities of the Organs of State Security of the USSR

in Ukraine (Late 1920s1950s) [in Russian]. Donetsk, 2003 This article is about different kinds of people who wrote a short summary of how was it like during the Holodomor. This helps me make my board a lot better because we have primary sources. They talk about what they had seen, somehow they had escaped or even how old where they. They tell you if their parents or family survived and how lucky they were to be able to survive. Rudenko, V. The Great Famine in Ukraine, 1932-33: A Collection of Memoir Speeches, and Essays Prepared in 1983 in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Famine in Ukraine during 1932-33. Toronto: Ukrainian Orthodox Brotherhood of St. Volodymyr, 1988. Print. This article is about the remembrance of the Holodomor and how they are trying to have all the survivors come to the museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary. This information helps because it is a primary source and gives information that you might have not know.

Websites
Antonova, Natalia. "75 Years After Holodomor: Where Do We Go from Here?" 75 Years After Holodomor: Where Do We Go from Here? N.P., 9 Dec. 2008. Web. 19 Mar. 2013. What we learned in this website is a picture showing the number of people that probably died. Its more made like a comic to show people how Stalin and his people did to these innocent people. This picture helped because I can use it in my board. "Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict Resolution, and Human Rights. "Ukrainian Famine, 1932-1933. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. What we had learned in this article is about Stalins famine in 1932-1933. This article talks about Stalins thoughts and plans that helped him and his success about the plan. It also talks about Stalins Second Plan that was from 1933-1939. He made another plan because he thought that if is first plan succeeded than he thought that his second was to succeed but he failed.

Dolot, Miron. Execution by Hunger: A Survivor's Account of the Famineof 1932-

1933 in Ukraine in Which over Seven Million People WereDeliberately Starved to Death. New York: W.W. Norton, 1985. Print. This book helped us because it was written by one of the survivors. It gave us a firsthand account on what was happening during this time period, because he was talking about his experience and his past.

Duranty, Walter. "Red Russia of Today Ruled by Stalinism, Not by Communism." New York Times 14 June 1931: n. pag. Print This is one of the first articles that were wrote by Walter Duranty, and publish in the New York Times. This article was showing how Joseph Stalin, was a great leader and how he was trying to improve economy system in the Soviet Union.

"Famine of 1932-33." Famine of 1932-33. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. The famine of 1932-1933 was the worst genocide ever made by Stalin. Stalin was recognized by the people as the worst president of all times because of how many people he killed. Lenin was not as bad as Stalin. Stalin killed about more than 10 million people in only 1 year in Ukraine. Lenin killed about 30,000 people from a famine. This is what this article was mainly about! Holodomor Articles - Holodomor." Holodomor Articles - Holodomor. N.P., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013. What we had learned in this article is about different kinds of quotes written by people. These are primary sources that helped us make my board better. These pictures helped us find some interesting pictures but at the same time cry able pictures. We also had learned that many of the people were thrown in deep grounds and burned so that during the spring and summers it did not smell like dead bodies.

"Holodomor-Genocide by Famine." Holodomor-Genocide by Famine. N.P., n.d. Web.18 Mar. 2013.

What we had learned in this website is about different kinds of pictures taken in the Holodomor and pictures of peoples remembrance. This website has a lot of pictures taken in different kind of museums of the Holodomor in Ukraine around the world. They show their recognition of the man-made famine made by Stali "Holodomor." Holodomor. N.P., 18 Apr. 2012. Web. 19 Mar. 2013. What we had learned in this article is about a picture that helped us, so that we can use it on our board. This picture shows a girl standing having lots of clothes herself and something different in this girl Her legs and body are very skinny. This made me help make a conclusion that this might mean war with a country, but we never thought war with Russia.

Holodomor." Holodomor. The Word Press Experts, 15 Nov. 2010. Web. 18 Mar. 2013 In this article we learned about a short breeze of peoples stories that had survived or were found in diaries or etc. This article has showed how people would be treated by the USSR or the Americans who worked for Stalin. We think this what Stalin was doing to the Ukrainians the people at first did not believe what happened and some still dont but some had already recognized in 16 countries that it was a man-made famine by Stalin and his people.

"Holodomor Ukrainian Genocide 1932-33." Holodomor Survivors. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Feb. 2013.http://www.holodomorsurvivors.ca/Docs/Holodomor_Ukrainian %20Gnocide.pdf. This website helped us because it talks about the Ukrainian Genocide and the people who were a part of it. It has quotes about Holodomor survivors

Holodomor-Ukrainian Genocide in the Early 1930s." Holodomor-Ukrainian Genocide in the Early 1930s. N.P., n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.

What we had learned in the article is about how Stalins plans were mostly focused in 1928 and on to 1933. In 1921, Stalin economical plan was to kill all the people in Ukraine and so that Russia can have more land to grow agriculture. During when people where starving, Stalin was taking all grains and exporting them to different countries. Stalin said that so many people died because of weather failure and not their fault.

"Holodomor: The Great Man-Made Famine in Ukraine 1932-1933." N.P., 10 Nov. 2003. Web. 02 Apr. 2013.

In the article we had learned that the country Ukraine that was closer to USSR or today Russia more people died than the people farther away from Russia. Kiev the capital of Ukraine had a harsh year with the Russians because of many lifes taken away because the Russians took away grain and exported grain other countries.

"Holodomor 1932-33." YouTube. YouTube, 23 Aug. 2012. Web. 10 May 2013. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awxHKqEquco>. This helped because the video has survivors talking about their experience in the Holodomor and what was happening.

Holodomor (1932-1933)." Holodomor (1932-1933). N.P., 18 Apr. 2011. Web. 19 Mar. 2013. What we had learned in this picture is the difference how much weight people lost because of Stalins propaganda. They show how people pass and dont care about the bodies that are on the ground laying. People are just passing by. It also shows some Russians who are walking and picking up bodies that where lying. This is what we saw in this article.

Nikolsky, V. M. Repressive Activities of the Organs of State Security of the USSR in Ukraine (Late 1920s1950s) [in Russian]. Donetsk, 2003

This article is about different kinds of people who wrote a short summary of how was it like during the Holodomor. This helps me make my board a lot better because we have primary sources. They talk about what they had seen, somehow they had escaped or even how old where they. They tell you if their parents or family survived and how lucky they were to be able to survive.

Redekop, Bill. "Ukrainian Community, Scarred by Holodomor, Helped ape Winnipeg's Cultural Mosaic." Winnipeg Free Press. N.P., 23 June 2012. Web. 18 Mar. 2013. This article is mainly about how they struggled and tried to live through each day. Stalin had nearly a million of his own citizens executed, beginning in the 1930s. Millions more fell victim to forced labor, deportation, famine, massacres, and detention and interrogation by Stalins henchmen. How we understand why Stalin did this is because mass killing still today is a way a lot of governments do busine The Holodomor Survivor. Reddit. N.P., n.d. Web. 18 March 18, 2013 This article is mainly about the 88 year old survivor who survived the Holodomor of 1932-1933 Ukraine. She said that she is lucky that she lived in a big city than in a small village because she might have been dead. This is important because primary sources are better than secondary they give more information.

Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation - USA Witness and Survivor Recollections."Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation USA Witness and Survivor Recollections. UGFF-USA, n.d. Web. 18 Mar. 2013. What we had learned in this article is about the witnesses and survivors of the Holodomor. The first article was printed in Chicago about the Holodomor. It shows every bit of a detail of what happened in Ukraine. It shows how people tried to escape but they got killed or taken to Siberia to die.

United States, "Commission on the Ukraine Famine. Investigation of the Ukrainian Famine, 1932-1933: report to Congress / Commission on the Ukraine Famine

This article is very good article that we would recommend because it is about different kinds of investigations that are being done all over the world to see what really happened. We think now one will find the truth because the bodies where burned by Stalin. "Website about Ukraine." Website about Ukraine. N.P., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2013. This website is about the entire history of Ukraine and the pictures of Ukrainian history. They show all the presidents of Ukraine and which ones where good and which ones where like Stalin or Hitler. This website helped take some pictures on my board like newspapers from that time period.

1932-1933 Ukrainian Holodomor (Famine-Genocide) Commemoration."1932-1933 Ukrainian Holodomor (Famine-Genocide) Commemoration. N.P., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2013. What we had learned in this picture is the pictures that show chronologically the history of Ukraine. These pictures helped me to see the difference between how rich the history of Ukraine was before the Holodomor and how it looked after the Holodomor.

1939: Stanislav Kosior, Vlas Chubar and Pavel Postyshev."ExcutedToday.com. N.P., 26 Feb. 2010. Web. 18 Mar. 2013 What we had learned in the article is about 2 Ukrainian people that written a summary about how they survived the Holodomor. They survived by escaping to Russia and taken care to the adoption center. Some people got interested in this topic because not many people know this genocide existed because it has not been written in the history. This is what this article was mainly about.

Secondary Sources

Interviews
Curle, Clint. Interview. Head of Canadian Museum for Human Rights Professor Curle explained to us what is a genocide and how the Holodomor fit the description he also explained to us why many countries had been slow in recognizing the Holodomor as a genocide

Daly, Jonathan. Interview. The interview we had with Jonathan Daly was great because he helped to us understand the Holodomor such as the reaction of the West to the Holodomor. We wanted to know what the United States did to help Ukrainians. We learned that Americans were suffering through the Great Depression and were not paying much attention to international affairs.

Kulick, Orysia. Interview. Our interview with Orysia Kulick was very helpful because she suggested us to make our website less prejudice and more accurate.

Rudling, Anders. Interview. Lund University. Anders Rudling helped us because he gave us a different perspective of Stalins actions. He had said Stalin was helping his people by moving the problem to Ukraine while getting rid of opposition in Ukraine.

Snyder, Timothy D. Interview. May 14, 2013 The interview with Timothy Snyder was very helpful for us because he helped us understand that our turning point was correct. He also gave us good information

that we didnt know. He gave us information on the Soviet Union and what they were doing.

Books
Conquest, Robert. The Great Terror: Stalins Purge of the Thirties (Revised ed). London Macnillan, 1973. This book helped us understand how Stalin made the purges of the 1930s and how it affected not only the Soviet people but how it allowed him to gain control of other countries.

Naimark, Norman M. Stalin's Genocides. N.P.: N.P., n.d. Print. This book is mainly about Stalins 5 year plan of how to take control of Ukraine and how to take the rich soil land. The whole Ukraine wasnt in Holodomor, taken by Stalin but about three-fourths were. About one-fourth had the food and did not worry. This makes me think how the one-fourth of people had food, while the other three-fourths didnt. Snyder, Timothy. Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin. New York: Basic, 2010. Print. This book helped us because it talks about noncombatant killings that both had to do with Hitler and Stalin and the similarities they had with each other. It talks about Stalin and the process he went through Riasanovsky, Nicholas V. A History of Russia. New York: Oxford UP, 1969. Print. This book helped our group because it explains Russia's history. It talks about Russia's history and it's past dictators and what made Russia become what it is now. Tucker, Robert C. Stalin in Power: The Revolution from Above, 1928-1941. New York: Norton, 1990. Print.

This book helped us a lot because it explained things about Stalin since before he was in power. It also helped us because it explained a lot about The Great Purge. The Great Purge happened during the years 1936-1938 and we used some of the pictures the book has.

Viola, Lynne. The Unknown Gulag: The Lost World of Stalin's Special Settlements. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007. Print. This book helped us because it is the first book in English that explains about the Gulags. It talks about how families were thrown out of their homes and were taken out of their villages. It talks about how people died of disease, Starvation and exhaustion.This book also explained how Lenin and Stalin created the secret police to help them keep in control the people within the U.S.S.R. and to take over other countries that might resist Stalin. Walsh, Ben. GCSE Modern World History. London: John Murray, 1996. Print. This book helped us to explain more how powerful Stalin was. It explains the Sovieteducation system and how it was geared by Stalin's propaganda. We also used some pictures for our website to show Stalin's pyramids. Stalin's pyramids were Russian propaganda posters whichhow Stalin's force increased every single time. This book also had some graphs that helped us make sense of how the Stalin's 5 Year Plan changed U.S.S.R.

Websites

"A Genocide - The Ukrainian-Soviet Terror Famine 1929-1932 - Lisa Pichovich." A Genocide - The Ukrainian- Soviet Terror Famine 1929-1932 - Lisa Pichovich. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about the terror of Stalin. Stalin killed millions of people and wanted to known in the world. In a quote it states that the only way he could be known is by power and fame. He wanted to be rich and wealthy. That Stalins second wife found out about what he was doing to the Ukrainians in 1932-1933 so she committed suicide. Babij, Lana Y. "Holodomor Facts and History:." Holodomor History. Holodomor Awareness Committee, 11 Dec.2012. Web. 18 Mar. 2013. This article is mainly about how they should fight to get justice from Russia. This article helped us by finding out more about how Ukrainian people were treated by USSR and how they tried to do everything to conqueror Ukraine. Ukraine was mainly known from the wheat and grains and was one of the largest productions in Europe. It helped me by getting information that we didnt learn in other articles

Before It's News. N.p., 26 Mar. 2013. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about the Russians how their parliament where campaigning if this should happen to Ukraine, but the Russians voted for the Ukrainian genocide that was about to happen in oneyear to Ukraine. But the grain was taken away in Ukraine after a time and little by little. This happened because the Ukrainian farm owners disagreed to give up their land to USSR.

"BLACK FAMINE IN UKRAINE 1932-33." InfoUkes: Ukrainian History. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013.

This article is about the famine in Ukraine that happened in 1932-1933.They called in famine The Black Famine of 1932-1933. This famine in Ukraine about 10,000,000 people by Stalin. Stalin wanted to kill the people to take overpower of Ukraine and have fertile soil.

"China's Bloody Century." China's Bloody Century. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2013. This website helped us to understand how Map and Stalin were alike and how they killed people by using the same strategy, starvation.

"Cover Page." Genocide Curriculum. Http://genocidecurriculum.org/curriculumresources/general-archive/united-states-congressional-commission-on-theukrainian-famine/1report-to-congress/cover-page-3/, n.d. Web. 10 May 2013. This website gave us information on the investigation of the Ukrainian famine report ro congress, commission on the Ukrainian Famine.

DeFoor, Kathy. "Title of Lesson: The Effect of the Great Depression on Children." Archives Alabama. N.p., n.d. Web.26 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about the impact of kids and families during the Great Depression. It shows the quotes of people living during the depression in United States. It also the shows the impacts on children. Famine in Soviet Ukraine 19321933. A Memorial Exhibition. Widener Library. Harvard University, 1986 What we had learned in this article is about the memorial exhibition in Chicago and other places. This helped me to find more information that are secondary and that give lots of information, but also tofind more primary sources by people who survived it. We think if you talk to a person who survived something like this you can get more information, but at the same time find false thingswritten in articles and books by what that person had said.

ELLMAN, MICHAEL. "The Economic Journal." DID THE AGRICULTURAL SURPLUS PROVIDE THE RESOURCES 'FOR THE INCREASE IN INVESTMENT IN THE USSR DURING THE FIRST FIVE YEAR PLAN? 85

(1975): 844+. Print. This website was mainly about the graphs of the Soviet Union and its industrialization. Increase in investment in the USSR during the First Five Year Plan (1928-32) and the contribution to that increase of the agricultural sector. "Footage from Infamous Moscow Show Trial." YouTube. YouTube, 28 June 2009. Web. 7 May 2013. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFB9G1HINXI>. This was great use for us because it shows the Moscow trial and it gives us information on what had happened in the trial.

"Gareth Richard Vaughan Jones." Gareth Jones: The Welsh Investigative Journalist (1905-35). N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about Gareth Jones. Everyone knows him as a person who knew too much. He made many articles about the Holodomor and different kinds too. One of his articles was titled Famine Rules Russia. This article was a about Stalins 5 year plan that is killing the Bread Supply of Ukraine. The kulaks did not want to give up their farmlands and protested by burning their own farmlands of wheat. This is what this article is mainly about! "Get the Kulak Off the Collective Farm." :: Soviet Posters. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May 2013.<http://triptych.brynmawr.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/Soviet/id/145/ rec/6>. We used this picture because it talk about how they wanted to get the kulaks off of the collective farms.

"Gendercide Watch: Stalin's Purges." Gendercide Watch: Stalin's Purges. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May 2013. <http://www.gendercide.org/case_stalin.html>. This website helped because it gives information on the purges and what had Happened because of it also it gives detail about what Stalin would do and the

people who were involved in this. Haven, Cynthia. "News." Stalin Killed Millions. A Stanford Historian Answers the Question, Was It Genocide? Stanford News, 23 Sept. 2010. Web. 15 Mar. 2013. This article was mainly about how they made studies in Stanford showing the probability of how much people died in the Holodomor. Many of these people where innocently killed by Stalin. This article helps me to understand more about the Ukrainian Famine. This helped to get different kinds of graphs of different kinds of time periods in Ukraine. "History 1C: Lecture 10." History 1C: The Stalin Revolution. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May 2013. <http://www.csuchico.edu/~ktranschel/pages/h.10.stalin.html>. This helped us because it talks about how Stalin gained power. It also talks about Lenin and how Stalin had kept doing what Lenin had started. Its also helped us because it talks about the purges of 1936-1937

"Holodomor Denial." Conservapedia: The Trustworthy Encyclopedia. N.p., 15 Dec. 2012. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. The article is mainly about the Ukrainian denial of the Holodomor. The Russians denied that the Holodomor happened and said that so many people never died. They argued that the people died, because of weather problems in Ukraine. The Russians said that the rain did not rain and had agricultural problems.

"Holodomor: Genocide by Famine - Ukrainian Museum (NYC) Exhibits/Lectures."Holodomor: Genocide by Famine - Ukrainian Museum (NYC) Exhibits/Lectures. N.P., 11 Jan. 2009. Web. 18 Mar. 2013.

What we learned in this article is about different kinds of materials found inUkraine of the things people wore that day, when they died. When you come in to this wonderful museum you can see rows of people shoes belonging to them or clothes. We also had learned that some people were able to escape but not all and if you got caught you would got killed at where you where standing or you got sent to Siberia, where there you would die because of the weather.

Holodomor Lessons." Rt-Question More. N.P., 04 Apr. 2008. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about how they show how the Russians killed people and how they would shoot them to death because the Ukrainians wanted to trespass to another country to escape. If the Russian would catch them in the grain fields they would also shoot them. The Russians there would be usually on horses dressed in military uniforms with weapons. HOLODOMOR 1932-33. Gareth Jones. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about Gareth Jones. Gareth Jones published the first article about the Holodomor was called Famine Rules Russia that was published on March 21, 1933. Gareth Jones was murdered at age of 22. He is the person who was known to be the person who knew too much. This is what this article is mainly about! "Holodomor 1932-33, the Campaign for Recognition." Before It's News. N.p., 26 Mar. 2013. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about the Russians how there parliament where campaigning if this should happen to Ukraine, but the Russians voted for the Ukrainian genocide that was about to happen in one year to Ukraine. But the grain was taken away in Ukraine after a time and little by little. This happened because the Ukrainian farm owners disagreed to give up their land to USSR.

"Holodomor Facts and History:." Holodomor History. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://www.holodomorct.org/history.html>.

We found this website to be very useful for us because it helped us create a timeline of what was happening during the time period of the Holodomor. "International Recognition of the Holodomor - News - Holodomor." International Recognition of the Holodomor - News - Holodomor. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 May 2013. This website helped us because it has information on the countries that recognize the Holodomor as a genocide.

"Introduction." Http://press.princeton.edu/chapters/i9278.pdf. N.p., n.d. Web. 3 May 2013. This document helped us because it made us understand a lot more on what Stalin was doing and how he was doing it. Kamara, Diaby. "Holodomor Memorial." Kiev.com. N.P., n.d. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. The article is mainly about how the Ukrainians made museums of the people who had died. There is a national and first ever build museum of the Holodomor in Chicago, IL that helped us o talk to survivors and find some interesting facts from the people that we talked to. There is another museum in Washington D.C. that gives information on the Holodomor. "Ki." Glossary of People:. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May 2013. <http://www.marxists.org/glossary/people/k/i.htm>. This was helpful because it has information on Sergei Kirov and what he was and what he would do. Also why he was executed, how he was a part of The Great Terror and what he was to Stalin. Lenin Internet Archive." Lenin Internet Archive. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about Vladimir Lenin. This talks about his biography, images and speeches that he gave when he was in dictatorship. Lenin was born on April 22, 1870 and died on January 21, 1924. "Let Us Destroy the Kulaks as a Class." :: Soviet Posters. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May

2013.<http://triptych.brynmawr.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/Soviet/id/179/ rec/8>. This helps us because the picture talks about how because of collectivization they confiscated property of kulak households and they w

"Let Us Strike at the Kulaks Who Are Agitating For the Reduction of Sowing." :: Soviet Posters. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May 2013.<http://triptych.brynmawr.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/Soviet/id/134/ rec/4'>. This helped us because the picture explains about the reduction of the kulaks. "Library of Congress Home." Library of Congress Home. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 May 2013. <http://www.loc.gov/index.html>. This website helped us because it has a lot more information on the Holodomor. It also helps us because it talks about the purges. This website also has pictures. "Liquidation of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church." Liquidation of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2013. <http://www.territoryterror.org.ua/en/history/1945-1953/ugcc-liquidation/>. This helped because it is a picture of the priest of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. "More Eyewitness Testimony." Preventing Genocide. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May 2013. <http://www.ushmm.org/genocide/take_action/gallery/portrait/lemkin>. This website helped us because it talks about the Holodomor and it has information on Raphael Lemkin. It also talks about people who were there during the Holodomor

"News." Stalin Killed Millions. A Stanford Historian Answers the Question, Was It Genocide? N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2013

This helped us because it talks about how they are arguing about the Holodomor being a genocide. It talks about what Stalin had done and why they do not consider this a genocide. Nicolas Werth, The Great Ukrainian Famine of 1932-33, Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence, published on 18 April 2008, accessed 15 March 2013 This article is mainly about the genocide and violence of the USSR people. Under Stalins rule about a century ago Ukraine was dying of hunger. This made me think what was the last time I felt hungry, but not that hungry how people in Ukraine where given. Many countries wanted to help but the USSR surrounded the borders and did not let people in to the country to give food.

"President Signs Decrees on Conferring Mother Heroine Titles." Official Website of President of Ukraine. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Mar. 2013. <http://www.president.gov.ua/en/>. This website helped us because it gives information on the Holodomor. It talks about the president of Holodomor. It also gives us commemoration of the Holodomor. About how it was an artificial famine in Ukraine

Rutgers Ukrainian Students Club. Nazariy Bobelyak, n.d. Web. 02 Apr. 2013. This article is mainly about the Ukrainian history and the history of the Holodomor. This is a Students Club that students can learn about the Ukrainian Genocide in 1932-1933. This can help the students understand more about this genocide. Rummel, R. J. "USSR--Genocide and Mass Murder." USSR--Genocide and Mass Murder. Transaction Publishers, 28 Nov. 2002. Web. 15 Mar. 2013. This article is mainly about Stalin murder of the Ukrainian people. This helped us understand more. Even though we went to Polish school and learned about Polands friends around the country, we never would thought that Ukraine went through this horrific history. Stalin was always in the history very powerful that did not give up. "Should Ukraine Radicalise the Famine Issue? | European Dialogue." Should

Ukraine Radicalise the Famine Issue? | European Dialogue. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2013. This website talks about the political issue which was the Ukrainian famine. It talks about the crimes of the U.S.S.R and "Stalin, Speech on Kulaks, 1929." Stalin, Speech on Kulaks, 1929. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2013. <http://history.hanover.edu/courses/excerpts/111stalin.html> This website helped us understand what Stalin truly thought about kulaks. It showed how he sent them to Siberia just to get their land and begin his plan of collectivization. "St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral." , Chicago, IL. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2013. <http://www.stnicholaschicago.org/>. We used this website because it gave us pictures of the Ukrainian church that is next to the Ukrainian museum. It was made because it resembles one of the churches that were destroyed in Ukraine. "St. Nicholas Center ::: Church Gazetteer." St. Nicholas Center ::: Church Gazetteer. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 May 2013. <http://www.stnicholascenter.org/pages/gazetteer/?category_id=42>. This helped us because it is the picture of St. Nicholas Cathedral. A Ukrainian Orthodox. "The Case of Bukharin - from the Moscow Trials." The Case of Bukharin - from the Moscow Trials. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May 2013. <http://www.marxists.org/archive/bukharin/works/1938/trial/index.htm>. This helped because it talks about the Moscow Trials and it gives information on what happened during the purges and who had played a role in them.

The Famine of 19321933 in Ukraine: Through the Eyes of Historians and the Language of Documents [in Ukrainian]. Kyiv, 1990.

What we had learned in this article is that about 10 million or more people died in Ukraine by. Stalins five year plan was to ruin the Ukrainian country and culture. Even though USA helped USSR to kill these people, the Russians where also smart to take USA passports away after the genocide and make them not comeback, so that they wont say what they have seen. The USSR killed many USA solders in Syberia, the coldest place in Russia where you cant survive. "The Great Famine." The Great Famine. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Apr. 2013. What we had learned in this article is about Stalins great famines during his dictatorship. People had recognized him as the worst dictators in Russias history. The Ukrainian famine was the worst after the Holocaust. This is what this article is mainly about!

"The Moscow Purge Trials (1936-38): Bibliography and Selected Links." The Moscow Purge Trials (1936-38): Bibliography and Selected Links. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 May 2013.<http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/moscowpurge/moscowli nks.html>. We used this website because it explains what were the purges briefly and what happened during the trials. The Tragedy of the Soviet Village: Collectivization and Dekulakization, 19271939. Documents and Materials [in Russian], vol. 3. Moscow, 2001. What we had learned in this article is about some documents and materials that they had kept a good record of who got killed and who didnt. This secret is still kept and nobody knows (except Russia) who got killed. Putin the official president of Russia today is saying that the Holodomor never happened and does not see it as genocide. The Russians still today want to take away Ukrainian language because they say that the language is similar to Russian but Russian is more similar to polish language.

"Throw the Kulaks Out of Your Way, the Sworn Enemies of Collectivization." ::

Soviet Posters. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 May 2013. <http://triptych.brynmawr.edu/cdm/singleitem/collection/Soviet/id/253/rec/7 >. This helped us because it is about throwing the kulaks out of their way and it talk about collectivization. Tottle, Douglass. "Fraud, Famine and Fascism The Ukrainian Genocide Myth from Hitler to Harvard." Rationalrevolution.net. N.p., 22 May 2002. Web. 15 Mar. 2013. What I had learned in this article is that Stalin was very similar to Hitlers thinking and thoughts. Both have killed many people and have been very powerful and strong. Both of them had strong military forces and materials. They would always invade countries and wouldnt give up. I think these people are the horrible human enemies in history.

Ukrainian Famine." Ukrainian Famine. Library of Congress, 22 July 2010. Web. 15 Mar. 2013 What we learned in this article is about a short summary about the Holodomor. This helped us understand a bit of what happened in Ukraine. The article gave us the fact about that Ukraine has not recovered from this horrific genocide until now. It gave some quotes that we can use in our project for history fair.

Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation - USA - Key Figures in the Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933. Katya Mischenko, n.d. Web. 15 Mar. 2013. What we learned in this article is about how they gave credit to the people who died and the people who survived. This is just a beginning of what happened in Ukraine and this happened because some country or person was jealous of what you have thats probably why this genocide happened. We think it is good to let people know what happened because if we keep it a secret than people will argue that the genocide never happened. If we speak up we will make a difference.

"Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago." Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. <http://www.ukrainiannationalmuseum.org/eng/>. This helped us because it talks about the Ukrainian museum that is in Chicago and it helped us because it gave us information on when we were able to go the museum. United States, "Commision on the Ukrainian Famine. Oral history project of the Commission on the Ukraine Famine". This article is important because it shows the loss of food and how it was decreased very time. It also shows the difference between Stalins genocide and Hitlers genocide and the similarities Walsh, Ben. GCSE Modern World History. London: John Murray, 1996. Print. This book helped us to explain more how powerful Stalin was. It explains the Soviet education system and how it was geared by Stalin's propaganda. We also used some pictures for our website to show Stalin's pyramids. Stalin's pyramids were Russian propaganda posters which showed how Stalin's force increased every single time. This book also had some graphs that helped us make sense of how the Stalin's 5 Year Plan changed U.S.S.R. "WW II: Behind Closed Doors." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 13 May 2013. This website helped us because it talks about Stalins power and it gives information on The Great Terro which was the purge in 1936-1938. It also helped us because it talks about the Soviet Military