collectivisation features and how it was enforced

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  • Collectivisation
    • emergency methods
      • rationing in cities
        • enforced through terror- threat of Gulag and force- grain requisitioning
          • criminal offence to hold back grain
      • grain requisitioning
        • enforced through terror- threat of Gulag and force- grain requisitioning
          • criminal offence to hold back grain
      • Aim: create surplus grain to sell abroad and improve the economy
    • Liquidation of the Kulaks
      • class warfare
        • enforced by terror, force and propaganda
      • Aim: enforce communism in the countryside in order to increase conformity to the regime
    • Twenty five thousands
      • 25,000 volunteers left the city to 'help' farmers, they were actually spies for the government
        • enforced through propaganda
      • Aim: to prevent peasants from withholding grain

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