FORCED MIGRATION OF UKRAINIAN KULAKS IN THE INTER–WAR PERIOD – STATE OF RESEARCH
MIGRACJE PRZYMUSOWE KUŁAKÓW UKRAIŃSKICH W XX-LECIU MIĘDZYWOJENNYM – STAN BADAŃ
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The topic of the Holodomor in Ukraine and the following deportation of Ukrainian kulaks was taken up by many authors from around the world, such as Michał Klimecki, Stanisław Kulczycki, Nikolai Ivnitski, Еlena Chernolutskaya (Елена Чернолуцкая), Anna Reid, Timothy D. Snyder or Pavel Polyan. Forced relocations from Ukraine were aimed at eliminating possible enemies of the communist system. The mass deportations should be seen to take roots in the resolution of 27 December 1929, the Stalinist authorities, and specifically the All-Union Conference of Marxist Farmers who spoke on accelerating the collectivization of the village. Importantly, a resolution was adopted to start the campaign to liquidate the kulak farmers as a class.
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