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UDC 94(477):341.485(=161.2)"1932/1933"(045)


                                                                                                                                                       Serhii Kornovenko

                PhD hab. (History), Professor, Department of Intellectual Property and Civil Law Disciplines, Bohdan                                                                               Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy,  Cherkasy, Ukraine




                                                                  HOLODOMOR OF 1932-1933:

                                                  THE FINAL OF THE PEASANT REVOLUTION


Abstract. The aim is to consider the Holodomor of 1932-1933, taking into account the events of the peasant revolution of 1902-1933 in Ukraine.

The scientific novelty of the publication lies in the explanation of the Holodomor of 1932-1933 as a tool for the physical and spiritual destruction of another for the Soviet authorities - the Ukrainian peasant-ideoman, an active subject of the peasant revolution of 1902-1933 in Ukraine.

Conclusions. In the late 1920s and early 1930s, Soviet totalitarianism, implementing agrarian policy in the Ukrainian countryside, forming a new type of Soviet peasant, represented a peasant counter-revolution. Its goal was clear and understandable - not only the physical, but also the spiritual and cultural destruction of the Ukrainian peasant-ideoman, formed at the beginning of the 20th century.

From the end of the 1920s to the beginning of the 1930s, the totalitarianism of the Soviet Union, applying taxes, grain procurement, artificially provoking the Holodomor of 1932-1933, forming a new type of Soviet peasant, represented a peasant counter-revolution. His goals were clear and understandable - not just physical destruction, but spiritual and cultural destruction of the Ukrainian peasant ideologems that were formed at the beginning of the 20th century. The Holodomor of 1932–1933 destroyed the Ukrainian idealistic peasantry, the traditional Ukrainian peasant culture. It caused serious damage to the identity of Ukrainians.

Key words: peasant, Holodomor, totalitarianism, peasant-ideomaniac.


                                                                                                                                                    Сергій Корновенко

                                                                  доктор історичних наук, професор, професор кафедри археології                                                                                                              та спеціальних галузей історичної науки,                                                                                                                  Черкаський національний університет                                                                                                                                    імені Богдана Хмельницького,                                                                                                                                                         м. Черкаси, Україна




                                                                    ГОЛОДОМОР 1932 – 1933 РР.:

                                                                ФІНАЛ СЕЛЯНСЬКОЇ РЕВОЛЮЦІЇ


Анотація. Мета – розглянути Голодомор 1932 – 1933 рр. із урахуванням подій селянської революції 1902 – 1933 рр. в Україні.

Наукова новизна публікації полягає в поясненні Голодомору 1932 – 1933 рр. як інструменту реалізації фізичного і духовного нищення іншого для радянської влади – українського селянина-ідеомана, активного суб’єкта Селянської революції 1902 – 1933 рр. в Україні.

Висновки. Наприкінці 1920-х – на початку 1930-х рр. радянський тоталітаризм, реалізовуючи аграрну політику в українському селі, формуючи новий тип радянського селянина, представляв собою селянську контрреволюцію. Її мета була чітка і зрозуміла – не лише фізичне, а і духовно-культурне знищення українського селянина-ідеомана, сформованого на початку ХХ ст.

З кінця 1920-х до початку 1930-х років тоталітаризм Радянського Союзу, застосовуючи податки, хлібозаготівлі, штучно спровокувавши Голодомор 1932 – 1933 рр., формуючи новий тип радянського селянина, представляв собою селянську контрреволюцію. Його цілі були чіткі й зрозумілі – не просто фізичне знищення, а духовне й культурне знищення українських селянських ідеологем, що сформувалися на початку ХХ ст. Голодомор 1932–1933 рр. знищив українське ідеалістичне селянство, традиційну українську селянську культуру. Він завдав серйозної шкоди ідентичності українців.

Ключові слова: селянин, Голодомор, тоталітаризм, селянин-ідеоман.


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1. Bezanson, (1993). Viina bilshovykiv proty selian. [The war of the Bolsheviks against the peasants]. Vsesvit. [Universe], 9–10. [in Ukrainian].