The Great Disaster: Genocide of the Kazakhs

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Stacey Publishing Limited, Mar 31, 2014 - Kazakhstan - 408 pages
For more than half a century official historians of the Soviet Union hid the truth about one of the worst genocides in history: the enforced collectivization of agriculture in Kazakhstan. A devastating famine was deliberately induced in which more than one million people died - almost half the population. Mikhailov's exhaustive research collects together oral testimony and archival documents to expose the sinister role of Goloshchekin, the architect of the disastrous plan.

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