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Collectivisation consisted of grouping small scattered farms in a given locality into a collective farm Kolkhozy The peasants would hand over their grain animals tools and labour for the utility of the entire community The collectives had to sell most of their produce at low prices to the government In 1929 Stalin took serious austere action speeding up the process and making it compulsory to join collectives Some Peasants were refusing to share their labour whilst others took to burning their crops and animals rather than sell them to the state As a consequence Stalin applied force and those who did not comply were dealt with severely This coincided with Stalins elimination of the Kulaks a rich class of peasants and a contradiction of basic communist beliefs of equality He ordered them to hand over their land homes and property to the government to be distributed amongst collectives The Kulaks were not permitted to join the collectives and were instead sent to labour camps or executed dekulakisation Most Kulaks resisted and destroyed their property machinery crops and animals so that the government would not be able to use it spreading negativity not only amongst the farm workers but also for Stalin and the BolsheviksCollectivisation had been introduced as part of Stalins first five-year plan in a bid to improve agriculture These five-year plans were proposed almost as soon as Stalin came into power and were created by an organisation called GosplanCollectivisation had been introduced as part of Stalins first five-year plan in a bid to improve agriculture These five-year plans were proposed almost as soon as Stalin came into power and were created by an organisation called GosplanThe first five-year plan was from 1928 to 1932 and was aimed at raising agricultural output by 130 Each collective had a set date by which the produce was to be delivered to the stateThe second five year plan was from 1933 to 1937 with the same focus
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