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2. When did the second FYP start?

  • 1934
  • 1932
  • 1933
  • 1956

3. What happened to many of the schemes started during the first FYP during the second?

  • They were taken over by peasants from the countrysidr
  • They were completed
  • They were adapted to fit the new targets
  • They were abandoned

4. Who was Stakhanovism named after?

  • Alexei Stakhanov, a coalminer who mined 14 times more coal in a single shift than was normally produced
  • Alexei Stakhanov, a shop worker who sold more produce than the target amount
  • Nikola Stakhanov, a teacher who taught her pupils how to become membets of the Communist Party
  • Aurelius Stakhanov, a member of the Communist Party who was shot by a peasant

5. What was significant about the First FYP?

  • It had many successes
  • The targets set were ever increasing and wholly unrealistic
  • Its focus was on WW2
  • Stalin visit all the factories exceeding the targets

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