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English: Starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv, 1933. In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine, 1932-1933: a memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard College Library: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1986. Procyk, Oksana. Heretz, Leonid. Mace, James E. (James Earnest). ISBN: 0674294262. Page 35. Initially published in Muss Russland Hungern? [Must Russia Starve?], published by Wilhelm Braumüller, Wien [Vienna] 1935.
Italiano: Contadini denutriti nelle strade di Kharkiv, 1933. In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition.
Українська: Жертви голоду. Харків, 1933 р. Фото з Колекції Кардинала Теодора Інніцира (Архів Віденської Дієцезії) Фото зробив інж. А. Вінербергер Фотодокументи надані проф. Василем Марочком (Інститут історії України НАН України). Центральний державний кінофотофоноархів України імені Г. С. Пшеничного. Oд. обл. 5121
Български: Жертви на глада по улиците на Харкив, 1933. Снимка от Famine in the Soviet Ukraine, 1932-1933: a memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard College Library: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1986. Procyk, Oksana. Heretz, Leonid. Mace, James E. (James Earnest). ISBN: 0674294262. Стр. 35. Публикувана първоначално в Muss Russland Hungern? [Must Russia Starve?], публикувана от Wilhelm Braumüller, Wien [Vienna] 1935.
Deutsch: Die Opfer des Hungers. Fußgänger und Leichen verhungerter Bauern auf einer Straße in Charkiw, 1933 (Bild: Gareth Jones). Foto aus der Sammlung von Kardinal Theodore Innitsyra (Archiv der Diözese Wien). Basil Marochko (Institut für Geschichte der Ukraine).
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  • 2005-11-13 13:21 Ashapochka 800×485×8 (124275 bytes) Passers-by no longer pay attention to the corpses of starved peasants on a street in Kharkiv, 1933. In Famine in the Soviet Ukraine 1932-1933: A memorial exhibition, Widener Library, Harvard University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts,
    • While it is reasonable to assume that the photographer did capture starved peasants, not simply beggars, unfortunately the image uploader overdramatized their comment beyond the truth: at least two of three "corpses" are clearly alive and at least one of the two passers-by does pay attention. Altenmann (talk) 15:09, 7 October 2014 (UTC)

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current06:06, 26 March 2014Thumbnail for version as of 06:06, 26 March 2014650 × 471 (93 KB)Bogomolov.PL (talk | contribs)better quality digital noise free image from governmental source
21:18, 25 March 2014Thumbnail for version as of 21:18, 25 March 2014800 × 485 (129 KB)Olahus (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 00:26, 17 August 2011
22:08, 4 April 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:08, 4 April 2012650 × 471 (93 KB)Bogomolov.PL (talk | contribs)better quality
00:26, 17 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 00:26, 17 August 2011800 × 485 (129 KB)Quibik (talk | contribs)removed the coherent noise and adjusted levels
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