Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin
Timothy Snyder, history professor at Yale University, presents a history of the mass killings led by Hitler and Stalin. Mr. Snyder examines the region between Berlin and Moscow that he dubs, “The Bloodlands.” Here, over the course of twelve years, 1933 to 1945, fourteen million people were killed. Timothy Snyder discussed his book at the Ukrainian Institute of America in New York City. He responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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