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Kuban Famine to be Taken Wraps off in Krasnodar Museum
5.03.2009 15:00
Kuban Famine to be Taken Wraps off in Krasnodar Museum

The Krasnodar State Historical and Archeological Museum Reserve opens the exhibition Declassified Tragedy: Famine in Kuban of 1932-1933.
      As the museum workers said, from autumn of 1932 to spring of 1933 a hitherto unseen famine broke out in the USSR, covering the North Caucasus, Povolzhye (Volga Region), Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. For several following decades it was banned to mention this tragedy in public.
      Among the exhibits there are related documents from the collections of New History Documentation Centre of Krasnodar Territory and rare photo documents from the collection of the Krasnodar Museum Reserve.


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