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Ukraine / Україна Nov 24
Light your candle in memory of millions killed in the 1932-1933 in Ukraine today at 4 pm
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MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 Nov 24
85 years ago ’s people fell victim to a horrific genocide deliberately provoked by the ruthless Soviet regime. Today Ukrainians around the world light a 🕯for the countless innocent souls taken by one of the greatest tragedies in the modern history: 🌾🇺🇦
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John Schindler Nov 24
Today we commemorate , one of history's worst genocides. Let us remember the millions of innocent dead, murdered by Stalin and his secret police in Ukraine -- and remember, too, the free Westerners who lied, covered up, and enabled it all. Looking at you, .
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MFA Russia 🇷🇺 Nov 24
The strongest famine broke out in the Soviet Union in the 1930s, it affected many ethnicities, which lived within a young state. It was a common tragedy for Russians, Ukrainians, Kazakhs and other peoples of the Soviet Union
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Stephen Harper Nov 24
On the 85th Anniversary of the genocide, we stand with our friends in the Ukrainian community and honour the memory of countless victims. Learn more about the Holodomor genocide at .
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Paula Chertok🗽 Nov 24
🕯Light a candle today, the 4th Saturday of November, for Remembrance Day, to remember and honor the millions who died in from Stalin's genocidal forced famine, long hidden and longer denied. There's much history to learn. Start here:
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Brian Fitzpatrick Nov 24
Today we remember the victims of , the famine-genocide of the Ukrainian People in 1932-1933. Millions of people were starved to death and ruthlessly tortured by the former Soviet Union to break the nation’s resistance to communist occupation.
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Integrity Initiative Nov 24
As we mourn with Ukrainians the victims of Stalin's horrific mass starvation, let us not forget the Western useful idiots who helped him cover up his vile crimes. Their names will live in ignominy, as will those who now enable Putin
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Tat Atfender Nov 24
Ukrainian villagers in search for food ca 1932-33. They have likely shared the fate of 4 million others perished of starvation during was cordoned & there was no escape after all food had been forcibly taken away from them by the Kremlin regime of the day
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Neil Before Zod™ Nov 24
As a descendant of Ukrainian immigrants it hurts to think of this very dark period in world history. Please light a candle in memory to those lost in the and to all people lost to genocide, hate, and senseless violence everywhere. Never again happens far too often.
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Annette 19m
Replying to @AnnetteBab
Respect, he is discussing 🙏
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Carles Puigdemont Nov 24
All solidarity with Ukraine and its people on the 85th anniversary of . We shall always remember the millions of victims at the hands of the Soviet regime
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Veiko Spolitis Nov 23
to the man made famine on soil! Glory to 's sons and daughters standing face to face with fascist regime today! 🇺🇦 🇪🇺
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Auschwitz Memorial Nov 24
This year November 24 is the International Memorial Day. The Great Famine in Ukraine in 1932-33 resulted with death of millions of people. Let's remember.
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CIJA Nov 24
On this day, we remember the millions of people killed during the man-made famine in the Ukraine in 1932-1933. The Jewish community stands with the Ukrainian community today and always.
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Venture Capital Nov 25
Replying to @kelly2277
🚨The timing is a threat to Ukraine. This weekend was the anniversary where Stalin murdered 3 million people by creating a man made famine. Putin would have no problem following in his footsteps and he’s letting Ukraine know...
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John Schindler Nov 24
Replying to @Mark3Ds @nytimes
Better that we remember Gareth Jones, the brave Welsh journalist who told the truth about and paid for it with his life. He was murdered a day before his 30th birthday, almost certainly by Stalin's secret police, as payback.
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David P. λopez 18h
The fascists killed 6mm Jews at the same time the communists killed 7.5mm Ukrainians. . All while the democratic president FDR turned a blind eye to executions committed under the Soviet Republic which led to the deaths of 100mm. What RU defending?
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Asta Andrijauskienė Nov 24
, . The candles of remembrance commemorating the 85th anniversary of , a catastrophic Soviet regime orchestrated and executed famine that starved to death millions of innocent Ukrainians.
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Terry Lys 17h
Replying to @jane__bradley
Fortunately, lying is long gone. He would have jumped at the chance and to the detriment of the world.
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