About my reasearch paper.

April 15, 2007 at 11:26 pm (Uncategorized)

         Moving further with my research of holodomor I decided to write more about the reasons of this famine and and a result of it  in general. Also I’m going to write about Stalins interest in creating this famine and why do I think that this famine was made up by the government. I have gathered a lot of information that I will use in my research paper so I hope it will be enough to cover the point of my research. As you find more and more information, more and more you want to write about. It is really hard to find information about this topic because it wasn’t discussed so widely in the world, mostly our government denied the fact of it.

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Horrors of Holodomor.

April 15, 2007 at 11:13 pm (Uncategorized)

As we all know Holodomor 1932-33 took millions of people lives. An artificial famine was the most terrible crime made by Stalin, the same as Holocoust made by Hitler. Everybody children, adults and older people starved. Mostly everyone looked like a skeleton covered with skin. Parents saw their children dying from terrible hunger and could do nothing to save them. Plus everything was taken from people by the government, people were just left to die without any key to survive. These are terrible things I am writing about by this is true and we need to know it and we need to avoid such thing in future because they are intolerable. 

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What Caused Holodomor 1932-33?

April 15, 2007 at 10:40 pm (Uncategorized)

There are two theories answering this question. One of them is that Stalin failed in his collectivization campaign, which caused a crisis in the country and famine as a result. Everything was given for development of machinery and other heavy spheres and very small attention was given to peasants and production of wheat.
Another theory is that Stalin made this famine by his own hands to conquer and weaken Ukrainians humiliate our culture and our belief. In other word it was his weapon which he used against Ukrainian people to realize his anti-human idea.
In my opinion the second theory is true because there a lot of fact that Stalin didn’t like Ukrainian people, especially peasants and also that during the famine the were lots of wheat exported to the worlds market and Russia.

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Claudias Story.

April 15, 2007 at 10:04 pm (Uncategorized)

We had a very interesting English Composition class when four widows visited us. We were divided into four groups with 1 widow at a group. I was in a group with widow Claudia. She told us lots of interesting things that i would like to tell about.     She was born in 1937 in Kagarlyk, a village not far from
Kiev. When the WWII started she was only 4 years old but she could still tell us some facts about the occupation period. It is amazing how she remembers all this staff after so many years ago, more than half a century ago. She told us that Germans were afraid of plains. She remembers how they felled on the ground when they saw a plain, because they didn’t know whether it was their plane or the plane of
Soviet Union. Also she told us a story how she was nearly killed by a peace of bomb that flew a couple centimeters from her had, but she thought that that was just a bird. She believes that God saved her that day and it is true.
      She said when germans occupied their village, she could easily go anywhere she wanted and soldiers didn’t touch her, because she was too small. By the way partisans used children as an informators during the war because of that. Claudia told us that once germans thought that her family were Jews but hopefully they weren’t killed because it was a mistake. She smiled all the way and it was pleasant to listen to her.     Also she told us a lot about God and her attitude to church. She told us that every Starday she attends church and has a very strong beliefee in God.

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Sentenced To Die.

March 25, 2007 at 9:32 pm (Uncategorized)

I’ve read an article about Antonio James who was sentenced to die because of killing two men. He and his friend went on a robbery and killed two innocent men for nearly 200$ and some liver pills.In my opinion death penalty is a fair way to punish murderers, but unfortunately even their death won’t bring the dead back to life and peoples grace won’t disappear. It is not fair when someone can take a life of another man or women and get 30 years of prison or life. Most of killers say that they regret and pray to God to forgive them but this still change nothing. World is cruel to us and we are cruel to ourselves and this won’t change.

 Maynard,Roy. “By Man Shall His Blood Be Shed”, World, March1996, pg 12-13.

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Research Paper Preparation.

March 25, 2007 at 6:28 pm (Uncategorized)

I think that I’m going to continue my work on Holodomor 1932-33. I’m going to dig deeper than in my previous paper on it.  While I’m doing this research paper I find lots of interesting facts in history which I didn’t know about or didn’t pay attention to. I bought a lot of books concerning Holodomor and read lots of interviews taken from people that survived it and I more and moree realize how horrible it was. You can’t feel and know all about it only by reading a history book, if you to study a topic really well, you need a lot of time and material, and thats what I’m doing now.

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“How Hospitals Are Gambling With Your Life.”

March 25, 2007 at 6:17 pm (Uncategorized)

In the “Reader’s Digest” I’ve read an article about hospitals that hire unlicenced staff which effects your life security while you are in a hospital.

The article tells about an investigation of hospitals during which a lot of things occured. There where lots of situations when people who  don’t even have a colledge education assited or did very complicated operations on people. The investigation started from Santa Rosa hospital and spread to bigger cities. Of course it is better to hire an unskilled nurse for only 10$ per hour then hire an educated one for 21$ per hour but  by doing this hospitals make themselfes dangerous to people by giving unskilled people right to operat with peoples lifes.

After reading this article I thought that each of us can be on the place of a patient that died because of unskilled behaviour of a “doctor”. Things like this make us feel scary. So next time when you attend any doctor, ask for his license.

Rock, Andrea. “How Hospitals Are Gambling With Your Life”, “Readers Digest”, September 2001,pg 151-157.

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“Hero Of Soviet Union”

March 11, 2007 at 11:35 pm (Uncategorized)

Belakov Aleksandr Vasilevich born on December 21 in 1897 in Moscow area was a famous russian aviator who made a 9374km flight from Moscow through Arctic Ocean to an Chkalov island in 1936.He was awarded as a Hero Of Soviet Union for this flight. Next year he made a first non-stop flight from Moscow to Vancouver.During the WW2 years he was promoted to major-general and was in charge of 16th flying devision in “Berlins” operation. He lived and died in Moscow on 28 of November 1982.

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“Famous Explorer”

March 11, 2007 at 11:17 pm (Uncategorized)

Carl Ben Eielson born in Hatton, North Dakota, in 1897 was one of great explorers and famous Alaskan pioneer.He was a sole pilot and initiator of creating the Farthest North Aviation Company in 1922.He made regular flights from Fairbanks to interior communities and mining camps,delivering mail,passangers and supplies through long distances.In 1928 he made the first flight from North America over the North Pole to Europe with an australian explorer Sir Hubert Wilkins. Also in 1928 he was decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross and won the Harmon Trophy for the greatest American aviation feat of the year. Eielson died during rescue operation in 1929 getting into a blizzard trying to reach the freighter “Nanuk”.

http://explorenorth.com/library/weekly/aa022800a.htm

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The Greatest Aviatrix.

March 3, 2007 at 1:10 pm (Uncategorized)

Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in 1928. She flew with a  pilot Wilmer “Bill” Stultz and co-pilot/mechanic Louis E. “Slim” Gordon from Trepassey harbor, Newfoundland and landed after 21 hours at Burry Port, Wales. After that moment Amelias whole life contined with presence of planes.  President Herbert Hoover presented Earhart with a gold medal from the National Geographic Society for being the first who made a solo flight across the Atlantic. She was also the first to fly solo across the Pacific. She definetly made a greate contribution in developing of aviation and the greatest aviatrix. She dissapeared somewhere near Itasca trying to make a flight across the world.

http://www.ameliaearhart.com/about/biography2.html

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