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What were the economic reasons for collectivisation and was collectivisation an economic success in the 1930s?
Collectivisation is a policy of creating larger farms by combining small farms with each other. This way the farmers would farm together rather than individually. The reasons for collectivisation were for the soviet agriculture, the food was needed to feed the workers in the cities, NEP (New Economic Policy) was not working for Russia, cash crops were needed. In the 1930s coollectivisation was not an economic success.
In 1927 the Soviet agriculture (1) was still old fashioned and it was inefficient. There was no machinery to work with on the farms. The farmer had to use sickles just to har…
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