Protestant missions in China — years of Protestant missionary work began with Robert Morrisonarriving in Macau on 4 September He also compiled a Chinese dictionary for the use of Westerners. The Bible translation took 12 years and the compilation of the dictionary, 16 years.
In this section we are looking at the economic impact of Stalin's policies on Soviet Union. Upon taking over control, he sought to modernise Soviet Union by undertaking two policies: Reasons why Stalin wanted to carry out the economic policies: To turn the Soviet Union into a modern world power.
Self-sufficient and militarily strong socialist state 2. To demonstrate the superiority of communism over capitalism Western powers by proving that a modern USSR could out produce the leading capitalist nations.
To improve the living standards of all Soviet citizens. In order to feed the population, Stalin required the soviet agricultural sector of the economy to be more efficient.
He hoped to achieve this through the introduction of new methods of production especially through the increased use of machinery, mainly tractors. Industrialisation was creating even more towns, increasing this problem.
So in order to feed his industrial workforce Stalin needed to revolutionise agriculture. Raise revenue to fund industrial revolution. The best way of doing this was by exporting grain abroad. Feed workers in the towns To do both of these he needed to: Traditional Russian farming techniques were poor.
Small plots of land meant that innovations such as fertilizer and tractors could not be used. Many peasants were still using horse drawn ploughs. Stalin needed to ensure that the price of grain was cheap, so workers in the town could afford to buy grain without Stalin having to increase wages.
So he needed to destroy the power of the Kulaks to control grain prices. The key features of these Kolkhoz were: Look at the poster above However, many peasants resisted. They disliked the idea that the farms were under the control of local Communist leader Kulaks resisted the policy; when the Red guards came to seize their grains and sent them to labour camps; many burned their crops and killed their animals.
The impact of Collectivisation: Anyone who objected was sent to labour camps in Siberia. Millions of peasants were forced off the land into industry in the cities.
This obviously improved standards of living in the towns.
Stalin also continued to sell grain abroad. Even in the worst years of the famine like inthe country exported 1. By there were no Kulaks left. By most peasants were using tractors, provided by Machine Tractor Stations supplied by the state By almost all agricultural land was organized into collectives.
The system of differentiation was introduced whereby people with special skills were given rewards and benefits in form of housing.Mao's Last Dancer [ return to top ]Mao's Last Dancer “Mao’s Last Dancer” is a book about the life of Li Cunxin. Li Cunxin was born into poverty in China under the rule of Mao Ze dung.
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