I passed many villages … Everywhere I heard crying: ‘We have no bread. We are dying! Tell England that we are swelling from hunger!’


It was the deliberate creation of a bureaucratic mind which demanded the mass collectivization of agriculture immediately as a purely theoretical proposition, without any consideration whatever for what would be the consequences in human suffering.” (London, 1983)


If the Soviet program succeeds completely … Ukraine will be as dead as if every Ukrainian were killed, for it will have lost that part of it which has kept and developed its culture, its beliefs, its common ideas, which have guided it and given it a soul, which, in short, made it a nation rather than a mass of people.” (New York, 1953)


“He (Duranty) was not only the greatest liar among the journalists in Moscow, but he was the greatest liar of any journalist that I’ve ever met in 50 years of journalism … but it didn’t worry the New York Times who featured his reports. When it came to the famine, the Great Famine in the Ukraine, brought about by collectivization, that was when his reporting was particularly disgraceful, because he denied that there was any famine.” (London, 1983)

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