Now let's see how it looked on the ground. In the occupied territories due to the export of food I broke a hunger, which are not known in the early 1930s. Ukrainian Anatoly Kuznetsov remembers his childhood in occupied Kiev: "... grandmother noticed that I begin swelling hands and feet, and his mother do not eat much, giving me pieces. I had to get food! I have every day pounding in my head thought: how to get to eat that day is, that can still be edible swallow? He walked carefully, searchingly examining the pantry, barn, cellar, courtyard.