Soviet Union: Facts and Fictions (Part 2: Homelessness, Famine and Food)

The Somewhat Suspect Greentext

>have zero homelessness

>end famine

An estimated 4–5 million Ukrainians perished in 1932–34, in what is considered a deliberate effort by the Soviet government to starve the Ukraine people.
400 Years of Famine in Russia

>have higher calorie consumption than USA

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I like history and thinking about freedom. I have a background in International Relations, Strategic Studies and I work for the Military Industrial Complex

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