Harvest of Despair: The Unknown Holocaust—The Great Famine in the Ukraine 1932–1933
This documentary is a rich reservoir of archival film, rare photographic evidence, and interviews (in English) with survivors and scholars (including foreign press).
History is recorded on this DVD and presented in an engrossing, extremely informative format. It documents how the barbarous Soviet government resorted to starving the populace by the millions, while simultaneously presenting a deliberately deceptive picture to the world.
In his works, Dr. Mace, Harvard University professor and director of the U.S. Commission for the Study of the Ukrainian Famine, argued that during the early 1930s, the famine in Soviet Ukraine was an act of purposeful genocide on the part of Communist leader Josef Stalin. Mace stated such at an international conference on the holocaust in 1982.
DVD, 55 minutes