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Table of Contents. Marxism 11.26 Marxism11.27 Stages of History 11.28 Russian Revolution11.29 Stalinism12.03 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

  • Marxism11.27

  • Stages of History 11.28

  • Russian Revolution11.29

  • Stalinism12.03

  • Holodomor12.04

    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


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YearBirthsDeaths Change

19271184523661

19281139496643

19291081539542

19301023536487

1931975515460

1932782668114

19334711850-1379


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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