(CHANGING OF 5 YEAR PLANS) Transforming the Soviet economy - Potential Qs

(CHANGING OF 5 YEAR PLANS) Transforming the Soviet economy - Potential Qs

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Transforming the Soviet economy ­ Industrialization and the Five Year Plans
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FIVEYEAR PLANS
How did the Five Year Plans change?
Nabilah Chowdhury

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POTENTIAL QUESTIONS
DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES
Q1. How far did the First Five Year plan differ from the Second and Third Five Year Plans?
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The first and third plans focused on heavy industry mainly whereas the second part
focused partly
The first, second and third plans focused on rearmament
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Q2. How far did the priorities of the three Five-Year Plans change in the years 1929­41?
Similarities Differences Similarities between 2nd and 3rd
st nd
1 Plan 2 Plan 3rd Plan
Focus on heavy industry and this To make production sustainable, Geared to war economy so
meant high targets: targets needed to be realistic. all resources were mobilized
in preparation for war.…read more

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Living standards also fell
because there was no focus on
consumerism
650K people had no access to
a bathroom
Again, the quality of the produce
declined because high targets
needed to be met.
Q3. How far did the aims and key features of the Five-Year Plans change in the years
1928­41?of
Level 5 will be an attempt to evaluate the significance of relevant factors, and to draw secure conclusions
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