Stolypins Agrarian Reforms

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What was Peter Stolypins role
Primeminister 1906
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How many people were hanged withing 10 months in Stolypins necktie?
2000
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What were the three measure of the Agrarian Reforms?
Redemption payments cancelled, Allowed peasant families to leave the commune, Encouraging peasants to consolidate their strips of land
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Where did he try and relocate peasants?
Siberia
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How successful were Stolypin's reforms?
by 1914 25% had left the communes- however it declcined because he had misjudged the character of the Russian Peasants- Least impact in areas with worst problems.
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How succesful were Stolypins reforms? 2
Peasants still only wanted to redistribute the noble estates, competitive withing commune so only added a new dimesnion to peasant tensions
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