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Карта главных районов голода в СССР. Чем гуще штриховка - тем сильнее размеры бедствия.

Объяснение обозначений на карте: A - районы потребляющей полосы, B - районы производящей полосы. C - бывшая территория донских, кубанских и терских казаков, C1 - бывшая территория уральских и оренбургских казаков.

1. Кольский полуостров, 2. Северный край, 3. Карелия, 4. Область Коми, 5. Ленинградская (Петербургская) область, 6. Ивановская промышленная область, 7. Московская область, 8. Нижегородский край, 9. Белоруссия.

10. Западная область, 11. Центрально-Чернозёмная область, 12. Украина, 13. Средне-Волжский край, 14. Татария, 15. Башкирия, 16. Уральская область, 17. Нижневолжский край, 18. Северо-Кавказский край, 19. Грузия, 20. Азербайджан, 21. Армения.

Date 1933
Source приложение к N4-5 эмигрантского журнала "За рулем", август-сентябрь 1933 года. Перепечатка из Русского экономического бюллетеня, 9.
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