collectivisation


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Noun1.collectivisation - the organization of a nation or economy on the basis of collectivism
establishment, constitution, formation, organisation, organization - the act of forming or establishing something; "the constitution of a PTA group last year"; "it was the establishment of his reputation"; "he still remembers the organization of the club"
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The last part of this volume is devoted to manifestations of resistance against collectivisation.
The contract is to provide a license to use the historical database of digital orthophoto Slovakia Pre collectivisation (1949-1952) interacts with the current database of digital orthophoto SR.
Thus, obscure, toxic anti-Semitic tracts still highlight the Jewish-born commissars responsible for implementing Stalin's agricultural collectivisation that caused mega-starvation in Ukraine in the early 1930s.
His image is openly used in Victory Day celebrations for the end of World War II while the 1930s-era purges, the murderous collectivisation of the peasantry, and the feared network of Gulag camps that together claimed millions of lives are largely absent from public discourse.
These, unfortunately are not out of the question to those who remember the disastrous results of the forced collectivisation of Soviet farming between the world wars.
Many more fell victim to the ruthless campaigns against religion conducted by Stalin and Khrushchev, and their steady disappearance was exacerbated by collectivisation and rural depopulation.
A collectivisation of the guarantees at a European level .
Aussi, Mao ne pouvait que tirer les lecons de l'histoire de la revolution russe de 1917, de l'Etat-parti qui s'ensuivit, de la collectivisation agraire et du mode de developpement industriel finance par les campagnes.
Many escaped collectivisation, and communist Romania remained the only country in Europe where real nomadism was practiced by whole tribes of illiterate gypsies roaming around the country in horse-driven chariots.
Stalin is widely reviled as he was responsible for millions of deaths in political purges, labour camps and forced agricultural collectivisation.
Widely reviled as a dictator responsible for millions of deaths in political purges, labour camps and forced agricultural collectivisation, Stalin is held up as a hero by supporters who say the Soviet Union would not have defeated Nazi Germany or industrialized without him.