Eternal Memory Voices from the Great Terror: A description of Josef Stalin's purges in Ukraine in the 1930s and 1940s. The 1917 Bolshevik (or Communist) Revolution laid the foundation for the later collectivization and subjugation of the peasant classes, along with the systematic quota-driven elimination of those who where perceived to be a threat to Stalin's policies. This film contains many survivor and eyewitness accounts of the resulting torture, executions, and mass burials. The film ends with current efforts to document the atrocities and the slow process of bringing the guilty to justice.
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|Released:||December 30, 1961|
|Genres:||Documentary War History|
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