>>8666>What is the truth about the Holodomor?
basically around 31 and drought happened, and it destroyed grain not only on Ukraine, but on Kazakhstan and Poland, at that time it was not a famine but it became when the Kulaks (farmers with medium and large patches of land) destroyed grand part of the food, thus creating the famine in the local,>was it completely or partly intentional ?
Not at all, but the soviet gorvernment, at the start made bad choices, for example, in the year of the drought they tought it would be a record year the harvest, so they made large goals and toke alot of grain from the farms.>Is it true that Soviet authorities took almost all the grain in favour of the cities while leaving Ukrainian farmers with nothing to go through the naturally-caused famine
they also send food from more food secure to Ukraine, as for the toke to the cities, if they did not do that the cities would collapsed from the famine, not only that would kill far more people,
because different than in the fields, it's not to find food with ease, it would also destroy the efforts of the USSR at the time to industrialise and create machines to farming for high yields, because majority of the farming in the USSR at the time was made by hand thus had low yields, and that is the reason that, before the USSR, there was a famine every ten years, earlier if something like a drought have happened .
i recomend you read from Prof. Mark Tauger, he is know in the liberal academia as a trustworthy scholar about the question.https://newcoldwar.org/archive-of-writings-of-professor-mark-tauger-on-the-famine-scourges-of-the-early-years-of-the-soviet-union/