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Stalin's Economic Plans by Mind Map: Stalin
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Stalin's Economic Plans



Five-Year Plans; Industrialization, 1 (1928-32) - expanding heavy industry, the number of industrial workers doubled; new cities were built, new transportation networks, 2 (1933-7) - agricultural machinery, 3 (1938-41) - everyday goods; radios/cameras, more goods were available for regular Russian consumers


Collectivization (1929), there were negligible benefits of collectivization (the failures outweigh the benefits)



Five-Year Plans, 1 (1928-32) - expanding heavy industry, terrible conditions for workers, poor healthcare, 2 (1933-7) - agricultural machinery, 3 (1938-41) - everyday goods; radios/cameras, quantity, not quality, was emphasized, Standards were too high to be realistic


Collectivization (1929), Increase in factory workers, decrease in peasants = less food, Facade for Stalin's seizing of absolute power, Great Terror, A ton of farm animals were killed off (about 50%), in retaliation, the soldiers shot anybody who resisted collectivization; and then people starved because they didn't have food, 25 million peasant farms were combined into 240,000 collective farms, wealthier peasants resented becoming unpaid workers