The New Economic Policy

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When was the Kronstadt Mutiny?
March 1921
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Who revolted on the island of Kronstadt?
The sailors
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What did the sailors revolt for?
Freedom of speech and government control
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What did the Kronstadt Mutiny allow Lenin to realise?
Aspects of war communism was not working
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What did Lenin introduce instead of war communism?
The N.E.P
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Why was Russia in economic chaos?
Communist changes in farming did not encourage peasants to produce enough food and caused widespread famine
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When did Lenin introduce the N.E.P?
March 1921
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What was the aim of the N.E.P?
To encourage farmers to grow a surplus of food to be sold
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What did the degree of competition mean for the peasants?
They could get rich
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Who were the rich peasants?
Kulaks
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How was the policy successful?
It solved famine
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What was Lenin aware about the policy?
That is ran against communist ideals
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What were local nationalities who had been forced to follow a strict Communist line allowed to do?
To bring back their own language and customs
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Who were allowed to set up business?
Small traders called Nepmen
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What facilities were re opened?
Churches and Mosques
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What were peasants who were forced to hand over all their produce to the war effort allowed to do?
Keep some to sell for profit
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When did Stalin abolish the N.E.P?
1928
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What did Stalin do to the Kulaks who were creates?
He persecuted them
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