Village of Western Ukraine: collectivization of peasant economies (1944–1952)Journal: Dnipropetrovsk University Bulletin. History & Archaeology series (Vol.1, No. 23)
Publication Date: 2015-05-25
Authors : Rozhyk N. S.; Sen'kiv M. V.;
Page : 117-125
Keywords : Deportations; Totalitarian regime; Liberation struggle;
In this article it has been analysed the three stages of the collectivization in a Western Ukrainian village. The first one was held during the initial establishment of the Soviet power (1940– the first half of 1941) and its re-establishment (1944–1946), when the political preconditions of the collectivization were laid out. During that stage there appeared the separate collective farms – the segments of the totalitarizm in the village. The second stage was characterized by the total transformation to collectivization., the beginning of the peasants' mass alienation from their property, the starting of the terror against the national liberation movement and the deportation policy (1947- 1948). The third one was also characterized by the completion of the collectivization, the establishment of the collective farming system, the transformation of the peasants-owners into the modern serfs, the destruction of the socio-economic base of the national liberation movement (1949–1952).
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