Fraud, Famine and Fascism
The Ukrainian Genocide Myth from Hitler to Harvard
by Douglas Tottle
Published 1987 in Canada
Unlike the rest of the books in this on-line library, I do
not physically possess this book. I am including it here, however,
because of its importance and its rarity. This book is currently out of
print and extremely rare. A worldwide library search reveals that this
book is only present in 28 libraries, only one of them a public library,
the rest being academic libraries. Of the 28 library locations
possessing the book 14 are in America.
This book documents how and why fraudulent stories about
the Ukrainian famine of the 1930s made the presses worldwide and have
become accepted as fact by almost everyone, despite the fact that they
are provably false. The stories of millions of deaths caused by famine
in Ukraine in 1933 and 1934, supposedly caused by the effects of the
Soviet system, were fabricated by Nazi propagandists in their propaganda
campaigns against Bolshevism. The spread of these stories to America
took route through the presses of William Randolph Hearst, who has also
since been proven, as I have documented on this website, to have been
working in collaboration with the Nazis and publishing Nazi propaganda
in mainstream American publications throughout the later half of
the 1930s and into the 1940s.
These fabrications, which are well documented in this
book, have become almost completely accepted as facts by Americans, and
these fabrications have been repeatedly used, and are still used, by
politicians despite the fact that they are provably false and were
provably produced by a Nazi conspirator. The fact that William Randolph
Hearst was conspiring with the Nazis during the 1930s is proven outside
of this book, and is a part of official American government record, yet
his fabricated publications about the Ukrainian famine are still
referenced as fact today.
This book does not claim that no famine took place in
Ukraine, or that there were not hardships related to the
collectivization programs of the Soviets. The book is an examination of
the stories published about the famine that did take place, and how
those stories became politicized.
A pdf copy of this book is linked below.
Fraud, Famine, and Fascism
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