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Russia

The economc condition of Russia by 1941.

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What did Stalin's FYPs transform Russia into? A highly industrialised and urbanised nation.
Had all farms been collectivised? Yes.
Had all free market trade been brought to an end? No. Almost.
How much was the Urban population in 1926 and what had it increased to by 1939? 1926 = 26 million. 1939 =56 million.
Between 1934 - 1936 what had there been an increase of? Consumer goods.
Give an example of how many.. Soviet Russia was producing each month. 700 military aircraft.
All this transformed Russia into... an economically socialist one. People began to believe in the communist system. Workers saw it as superior to Western Capitalism.
What was scarcer than they were under the NEP? Consumer goods.
What did Russia seem to be struggling to do? To extract oil which would be used for industrialisation.
Was Russia prepared for WW2? No. Deficiencies in Quantity and quality of equipment.
Created by: supercars