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Table of Contents . Marxism 11.26 Marxism 11.27 Stages of History 11.28 Russian Revolution 11.29 Stalinism 12.03 Holodomor 12.04 MAKE UP WORK 12.04. Holodomor ___ 12.04. Agenda: Do Now Notes Reading / Video TTL. Collectivization.

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Table of contents
Table of Contents

  • Marxism 11.26

  • Marxism 11.27

  • Stages of History 11.28

  • Russian Revolution 11.29

  • Stalinism 12.03

  • Holodomor 12.04

    MAKE UP WORK 12.04


Holodomor 12 04
Holodomor___12.04

Agenda:

  • Do Now

  • Notes

  • Reading / Video

  • TTL


Collectivization
Collectivization

  • farmers live/work together in HUGE collectives

  • Soviet gov’t sets quotas:

  • (5000 pounds of grain)

  • food is shipped off to factories to feed workers making steel

  • IN THEORY: collectives can sell extra food for money

  • PROBLEM: quotas SO high, no one can meet it

  • punishment: gov’t confiscates property / sends people to gulags


Holodomor 1933
Holodomor (1933)

Ukraine  country west of Russia

  • Ukrainian: “extermination by hunger”

  • Stalin’s Five Year Plan:

  • 4 million starve to death (1 in 5 people)

  • Life expectancy: 10.7 yrs (female), 7.9 yrs (male)

  • CAUSES:

  • collectivization (extra food shipped to factories in Russia)

  • Stalin wants to stamp out Ukrainian nationalism / religion

  • travel restrictions: no one is allowed to leave his/her collective


Year BirthsDeaths Change

1927 1184 523 661

1928 1139 496 643

1929 1081 539 542

1930 1023 536 487

1931 975 515 460

1932 782 668 114

1933 471 1850 -1379


Gulag
Gulag

  • Concentration/labor camps that “enemies of Marxism” are sent

  • WHO were sent?

  • landlords (kulaks)

  • villages who did not fulfill collectivization quotas

  • Stalin’s enemies (real/imagined)


Classwork
Classwork

  • Divide up the work with your partner.

  • Answer all questions FULLY to receive 10/10.

  • Do not write only the answer- write what you are answering as well. (-3 CW if not done so)

  • Do not copy. Explain to your partners your answers. Do not copy every single word down- jot down main ideas. (-5 CW if not done so)

  • +5 CW points to the best group/partner work.


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