Statistics regarding collectivisation

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Collectivisation was supposed to make the peasants more socialist, modernise their farming methods whilst providing more money for industrialisation.

- Grain exports rose from 0.03 million tonnes in 1928 to 5 million tonnes in 1931

- In 1922 the Russian population was 22 million, which increased to 63 million in 1940

- 18 million horses and 100 million sheep and goats were burned/destroyed between 1929-1933

- 27,000 socially conscious workers volunteered to spread socialism, became called the twenty-five-thousanders.

- March 1930 approximately a

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