Historical science in the USSR. Reviews "FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE COLLECTIVE FARM SYSTEM IN THE MOLDAVIAN SSR"
Historical science in the USSR. Reviews "FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE COLLECTIVE FARM SYSTEM IN THE MOLDAVIAN SSR" Author: V. V. KABANOV Chisinau. Publishing House of the Academy of Sciences of the Moldavian SSR. 1971. 372 p. The print run is 1000. Price 2 rubles. 27 kopecks. The conversion of small - scale individual peasant farming to large-scale socialized farming is one of the important and at the same time complex tasks of socialist construction. Therefore, the experience of implementing the Leninist cooperative plan in the U.S.S.R.-the plan to introduce the peasant masses to socialism - is becoming increasingly important for countries that have entered or are entering the path of socialism. In reconstructing the history of the implementation of this plan in the USSR, a special place is occupied by works on the formation and development of the collective farm system in the Baltic republics, in the western regions of Ukraine and Belarus, in right-bank Moldavia, which became part of the Soviet Union when the collective farm system in our country had already completely won. However, there are no generalizing works on this topic yet. Therefore, it is very valuable research, which for the first time (apart from a brief essay and several articles 1 ) summarizes the long-term work of Moldovan historians in this direction 2 . They have made considerable progress in the formulation and resolution of a number of questions of agrarian history (the problem of the general and special aspects of the socialist transformation of agriculture, the question of the correlation between social and technical reconstruction, the transition period in the post-war years, etc.). The book covers the history of the first collective farms in Moldova, the formation and victory of the collective farm- 1 E. A. Chebotarskaya. Implementation of the Lenin cooperative plan in the Moldavian countryside. "Scientific Notes" of Kishinev University, Vol. XI, 1959; S. Aftenyuk, K. Stratievsky, V. T ... Read more
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