The Guardian stoops to new lows in the anti-Russia propaganda campaign. This is a shameless piece; a page of photographs of “stamps” – in fact propaganda media – put out by Ukranian exiles during the Soviet period.
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Ukrainian photographer Oleksandr Kosmach collects 20th-century stamps issued by Ukrainian groups in exile during the Soviet era.
Artists and exiles around the world would use stamps to communicate the horrors of Soviet oppression. “These stamps show us the ideas and values of these people, who they really were and what they were fighting for,” Kosmach says
Some of the “stamps” refer to the famine in Ukraine which took place in the early 1930s. One refers to it as “artificially created”. However; responsible historians consider that, at worst, this famine – which also affected other grain-growing areas of the USSR – was not tackled as effectively as it might have been by Stalin. Continue reading “Guardian scrapes new depths with its anti-Russia propaganda”