THE ACTION UKRAINE REPORT – AUR – Number 621

“THE ACTION UKRAINE REPORT – AUR”
An International Newsletter

The Latest, Up-To-Date In-Depth Ukrainian News, Analysis, and Commentary
“Ukrainian History, Culture, Arts, Business, Religion,
Sports, Government, and Politics, in Ukraine and Around the World”
“WHY DID STALIN EXTERMINATE THE UKRAINIANS?”
By Stanislav Kulchytsky, Ph.D. (History)
The Day Weekly Digest in English (In Six Parts)
Kyiv, Ukraine, October, November, December, 2005


One of the most important articles written in 2005 about the genocidal
famine (Holodomor) in Ukraine during 1932-1933 was by eminent
Ukrainian historian and regular contributor to The Day, Dr. Stanislav
Kulchytsky, from Kyiv.
The Day has been the most consistent publisher of new articles about
the Holodomor anywhere over the past few years. The Kulchytsky
article was published in six parts by The Day. We have previously
published four of the six parts in The Action Ukraine Report (AUR).
To make it possible to easily read the article as one complete
document the Kulchytsky article is published here in its entirety.
We have worked with Dr. Kulchytsky and The Day in the past
regarding Holodomor research, the works of Dr. James Mace and
developing the Ukrainian Genocide-Holodomor Collection of Art
and Graphics. Our special thanks to Dr. Kulchytsky and The Day
for their work regarding the publication of this new article about
the Holodomor. EDITOR

“THE ACTION UKRAINE REPORT – AUR” – Number 621
Mr. E. Morgan Williams, Publisher and Editor
Washington, D.C., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2005

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