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29 August, 11:00

How did Joseph Stalin's collectivization policies affect the soviet union?

A) They effectively destroyed Stalin's cult of personality.

B) They created mass starvation throughout the country

C) they ended mass protests against Stalin's government

D) They forced the Soviet Union to accept aid from western Europe

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  1. 29 August, 11:37
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    B, a lot of people starved because of the communistic values instilled
  2. 29 August, 11:58
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    B) They created mass starvation throughout the country

    Explanation:

    The Soviet Union between 1927 and 1953 (the so-called Stalin Era or Stalinist Era) was dominated by Josef Stalin, often described as a totalitarian state, modeled on a leader who had all the powers, and who sought to reform Soviet society with planning aggressive economy, especially with a sweep of the collectivization of agriculture and the development of industrial power. He also built a huge bureaucracy, which undoubtedly was responsible for millions of deaths as a result of various purges and collectivization efforts. During his time as leader of the USSR, Stalin made frequent use of his secret police, gulags and almost unlimited power, to reshape Soviet society.

    The rise to the definitive power of Joseph Stalin as secretary general of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union or Gensek between 1927 and 1929 marked the beginning of a radical transformation of Soviet society. In a few years the face of the Soviet Union has radically changed by the collectivization of land and the rapid industrialization of the many ambitious five-year plans.

    This policy has resulted in millions of deaths due to the dramatic decline in the quality of life of citizens and has opened a long reign of terror and betrayal, marked in particular by the Great Expurgation and by a great expansion of the forced labor camps of the Gulags. Moreover, this policy will make the Soviet Union, after its victory against the Nazi invaders, the second world superpower. All of its later history, from Stalin's death (1953) until its dissolution in 1991 - the administration of the USSR will consist of the heavy inheritance of the Stalinist era.
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