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To what Extent had the Policy of Collectivisation achieved its aims by 1941?
Collectivisation was Stalin's answer to his belief that Russia's agriculture was in a terrible state. In a speech in 1928 he said, "Agriculture is developing slowly, comrades. This is because we have about 25 million individually owned farms. They are the most primitive and undeveloped form of economy. We must do our utmost to develop large farms and to convert them into grain factories for the country organised on a modem scientific basis." This statement was correct, Russia's agriculture was very backward: it had barely any mechanisation such as tractors and the use of scientific measur…
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