Collectivisation

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By 1927, why was farming failing?
Food production was low, towns did not get enough to eat and lacked modern machinery
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How did Stalin go about to solve this problem?
By waging war on the Kulaks
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What happened to the Kulaks in 1928?
Land was taken from them without compensation and they were expelled from collective farms
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How many Kulaks were sent to the gulags?
6 million
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In 1929 who did the policy extend to?
Muzhiks
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What happened to those who remained?
They were made to do force labour as convicts
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What was the aim of collectivisation?
To produce more food and more machinery to do this with
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What was another name for collective farms?
Kolkhoz
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How much of the production from the collective farms did the government take?
90%
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By 1939 how much land had been collectivised?
99%
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How many collective farms were made?
250,000
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What was a negative effect of Collectivisation?
Famines in 1930 and 1932-3
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How did Stalin go about to solve this problem?

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How many Kulaks were sent to the gulags?

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In 1929 who did the policy extend to?

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