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The Great Purge and Genocide in Animal Farm

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Ade Ride

on 16 November 2012

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In Animal Farm The Great Purge and Genocide The Great Purge The History •Created by Stalin to eliminate all enemies of Stalinism

•1937-1938 in the Soviet Union

• This included a man named Trotsky and those associated with him

•Other rebellious groups and individuals

•Three trials occurred in which most involved were found guilty, but were most likely innocent.

•Most of the accusations made against the accused were false.

•Stalin used torture to make the witnesses involved confess things the victims had not done. Relation to Story •The pigs on the farm talked negatively about Napoleon’s policies therefore they were targeted.

• Napoleon(Stalin) has the pigs killed for tearing down the farm's windmill. He used the pigs past communications as reason for their killing.

•Leon Trotsky is represented by Snowball(a rebel against Stalin).

•The pigs killed were associated with him. Stalin A Soviet Trial The Genocide •The starvation of Ukrainians who wished to have freedom from Stalin’s government

•The Kulaks were Stalin's main focus. They were deported and killed off.

•Those left in Ukraine worked on the collective farms that Stalin had created.

•Stalin’s collective farms produced plenty of food to feed the starving Ukrainians, but instead it went to the Soviet Union.

•From there it was put into the foreign market to provide money for Stalin’s plans for the Soviet Union. Relation to Story •The Kulaks are represented by hens.

• The hens refuse to fill the quota's Napoleon has set for them.

•Napoleon orders all rations of food going to them to be stopped.

•No one was allowed to help them and the hens began to die. The Effects •Ukrainian Communists asked for an aid in food supply.

•Stalin sent in Russian Soldiers to purge them and the entire area of Ukraine became a concentration camp.

• All the Ukrainians were starved.

•People were desperately sent off on railroad cars. 25,000 people died each day in Ukraine in the spring of 1933.

•Many died when they arrived and mass graves were created to provide places for the huge quantities of bodies.

•The Ukrainians remaining in Ukraine ate whatever they could get their hands on.

•25 percent of the Ukraine population was killed. This number includes three million children. A total of around seven million Ukrainians were killed.

•Stalin ended the famine in the end of 1933. Works Cited
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