Write a few lines about: Kulaks

  • The well to do peasants were known as Kulaks.
  • In 1928, Kulaks were raided by party members, while touring areas producing grains. They enforced supervised grain collections.
  • Farms were collectivised, this decision was taken as there was continued shortage of grains.
  • Peasant farms which were small in size could not be modernised. 
  • Small size land holdings were attributed to be the reason behind shortage of grains.
  • To establish large state controlled farms, and run them along industrial lines it was found necessary to seize the land of the peasants and eliminate Kulaks.

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