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A Nuremberg-"like Trial in Ukraine

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The Kyiv Court of Appeals found the organizers of the Ukraine 1932-1933 genocide guilty, according to


This is a very significant event in world history. "
The president of Ukraine suggested establishing an international tribunal for communist crimes. He advanced this proposal to the leaders of other Eastern European states which has suffered from communist regimes, such as Russia, Poland, Georgia, the Baltic States, and others. "The ideology and practices of Stalinism must be condemned in the same way as the ideology and practices of Nazism were," Yushchenko said. To this end, he proposes signing an international agreement on the principles of the tribunal's formation, functioning, and statute. . . . "

Ludwik Kowalski, a former Stalinist whose autobiography has just been published.

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Ludwik Kowalski is a retired physics teacher (Professor emeritus, Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA). He is the author of two recently-published FREE books:

1) "Hell on Earth: Brutality and violence under the Stalinist regime" (more...)

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