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george w. bush that said it was a crime against humanity. so the soviets having denied it for so long and only after a lot of the information started trickling out did they even knowledge that ka s what happens. it is the same thing fast forward 85 years from what is happening on eastern ukraine and crimea. nearly three years to the date the russians started invading crimea with quote unquote little green men. obviously no notion it was being done in terms of illegal annexation in ukraine. so this is the point of the story. what we see is not so much about how history repeats itself. unfortunately it does repeat itself, but how we have to tackle those historical burdens of not being silent. >> i had an opportunity which saw a very short trailer. the movie is riveting. it encaptures your heart and your soul. it is in the dire circumstances of a forced famine in ukraine. i picked up one amazing quote from that particular movie. the quotes came from a soviet commissary saying reality is the enemy. is this information that is being stroen about the enemy? and this is what i would like to leav
there's take meds about the holodomor. a culminated in 2008 with a statement by george w. bush that set the holodomor was a crime against humanity. denied it forhave so long and only after a lot of the information started trickling out after the dissolution of the soviet union did they acknowledge that the holodomor happened. it is the same thing fast forward 85 years ago, 85 years from the holodomor to what is happening right now in the eastern ukraine and crime area -- crimea. if you remember blaster, when started invading ukraine with little green men -- it had no notion it was being done in an organized fashion in terms of the illegal annexation of the republic of crimea in ukraine. ,his is the point of the story and what we seek is not so much about how history repeats itself, because it does repeat itself, but how we have to tackle those historical burdens of not being silent. i had a wonderful opportunity to see a premier of the film last week, "bitter harvest," of which we saw a short trailer. vie is poignant, riveting, and it captures your heart and soul because it is a lov
speaking that culminate in 2008 with a statement by president george w. bush that said that the holodomor was a quote crime against humanity. soviets denied it for so long and only after a lot of information and started trickling out after the dissolution of the soviet union in 1991 did to even acknowledge that the holodomor happened. it's the same thing fast-forward 85 years, ladies and gentlemen. fast-forward 85 years from the holodomor, what is happening right now in eastern ukraine and crimea. if you remember of march 2014, nearly three years to the day, that the russian started invading crimea with quote-unquote little green men, that putin odyssey said there's no such thing as little green men in ukraine. that no notion that this was being done in an organized fashion in terms of the illegal annexation of the autonomous republic of crimea in the ukraine, in ukraine. so this is the point of the story. and what we see is that so much about how history repeats itself because unfortunately it does repeat itself. but how we have to tackle those historical burdens of not being silent. i h
12 overall. george w. bush moved up three spots to 43 overall. big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rank your favorite president? who are the winners and losers in the 10 categories? you can find all of this and more on our website at c-span.org. now, a conversation on the history of russian influence in the ukraine. we will hear from a former u.s. ambassador to ukraine and the president of the u.s. ukraine foundation. the atlantic council hosted this event. >> good afternoon. i am john herbst. we have a somewhat different even for you this afternoon and thank you for coming. nice to see we have a good-sized crowd. the title of this event is connecting. i say this is an unusual in and for the atlantic council because this is kind of a deeper dive than usual into history. not that we ignore history. of course we don't. but we spend a little more time on the historical dimension today than on the current dimension. it is important because this pork -- historical aspect has been shortchanged since the early 1930's. we have a wonderful pan
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