It is very interesting to read and learn about history. During my college days, I love the history subject because whenever it is a very enriching subject to know the past events that have happened in a particular era, to recognize the people who are responsible and behind the sucess and fall of a particular happening, to relate why such things are happening at the present times and to learn lessons out of the stories of people may those stories be good or bad, to apply at present those things that are worthy of immitation and to avoid the things that are not worthy enough to be immitiated.
I was reading at www.holodomor-truth.org regarding the The truth about holodomor of 1932-1933. This site presents scholarly arguments and facts about the 'Golodomor' in the Soviet Union. One argument says that the Soviet famine of 1932-1933 that affected most major grain-producing agricultural areas of the Soviet Union, including Northern Caucasus, Volga Region, South Urals, West Siberia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine may have been designed as an attack on Ukraine, and therefore, should fall under the legal definition of genocide meaning it was a systematic and planned extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group. On the other hand, another argument by European Parliament in its resolution on 23 October 2008 rejected to call the famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine as an act of genocide. If what it really is, you visit its site.