Ukraine - 1932 - 7 million (mainly starvation but caused by gov.)
That is a figure based on Robert Conquest's work. This has been totally discredited many times over, and should not be taken as correct. The man's work is complete joke.
In 1949 Naum Jasny, a Russian Ã©migrÃ© economist, estimated that 5.5 million people died in the famine. By 1961, realizing he had misunderstood the census data, Jasny had revised his estimate to "hundreds of thousands, perhaps a million" in the whole USSR who "died in the winter of 1932/33." In the light of all responsible research, this figure appears reasonable.
This guy left Russia for political reasons. He was an anti-communist. But he recognises his duty to tell the truth over such matters, not rely on heasrsay and downright lies, like Robert Conquest.
See, we don't get taught about it.