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Villages put on "BLACK BOARDS"
10-15-2013, 05:19 AM
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Villages put on "BLACK BOARDS"

The system of “black boards” was also established in the Ukrainian regions of Kuban (by Decree of 4 November 1932) and in the rest of Ukraine by Decree of 18 November 1932. Villages that were placed on “black boards” were surrounded by military troops, all their goods and seeds stores were seized, and trade and procurement of any goods was forbidden. Therefore, in practice, a village placed on a “black board” saw its peasants starve to death. As early as December 6 1932, a joint Decree of CC CP(b)U and RNKU announced that 6 Ukrainian villages were placed on “black boards”.

Subsequently, new collective farms were added to the list of “black boards”. For example, by the decision of Dnipropetrovsk regional committee of CP(b)U on December 23 1932, 22 farms were placed on the list. In total, collective farms in 82 regions of Ukraine, amounting to a quarter of administrative districts, with a population of 5 million people were placed on the “boards”7.

Far from being complete, this list of legal acts of Ukrainian SSR and USSR testifies to the well-planned act of genocide perpetrated against the Ukrainian people.


Mace, James. The Voices of Suffering. – Ukrainian World. – 1993. – P. 34, 36.
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10-26-2013, 06:40 PM
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RE: Villages put on "BLACK BOARDS"
Never Forget. All of us need to remember that November 23, a Saturday, 2013, is International Holodomor remembrance day. Should irritate the Jews to be reminded of what the Jewish Kaganovich did to 11 million Ukrainians.
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