Ukraine Irks Russia With Push to Mark Stalin Famine as Genocide

January 4, 2008 (BLOOMBERG) — Maksym Kravets remembers watching hunger kill his father, then his mother. Kravets, who was 14 when famine struck Ukraine in 1932, says he survived by eating a dog. About a third of the 1,000 people in his village, Lozova, perished as Soviet leader Josef Stalin cut off food supplies to force peasants onto collective farms. Full Report