American Experience: The Great Famine
Soviet Russia in 1921 was a country still impacted by the consequences of the Russian Revolution of 1917 when it descended into a devastating famine in 1921. So the United States and its "kitchens" buckled down to help feed the masses by way of an enormous 2-year relief program—initiated to feed nearly 11 million Soviet citizens every day and to stop the spread of disease. 2011/color/60 min/NR/fullscreen.
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