Collectivisation SUMMARY

What was collectivisation under Stalin?

Collectivisation was a method used by Stalin and the communist party to control the economy and increase agricultural production in a less capitalist way. From 1927 to 1929, Stalin followed through a series of steps such as the introduction of emergency powers, liquidation of the Kulaks and forcing peasants to collectivise with the threat of violance.

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