Leader of the communist super power, The U.S.S.R.

-All offices, classrooms and factories in the Soviet Union must have a picture of Stalin.
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These stocks could only be kept and disposed of with high costs.



There was also a return to inequality in society; to improve production, managers, scientists and party bosses were given much higher standards of living as incentives – they earned more bonuses and had perks such as holidays in state-run resorts.

The respective figures for the Community of 15 in 1994 are 5.7 percent and 2.5 percent.
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This affects the foreign exchange value of the rand.

At the end of the nineteenth century and leading up to the twentieth century the emperor of China, Guangxu, was dominated by his aunt, the empress Ci xii.

Stability of the market is thought to benefit both, the producer and the consumer.
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I think we have a unique chance to avoid some of the mistakes in development that were present in Western Europe and to combine productivity with preserving the landscape and the environment.

In 1938–39, all the admirals and half the Army’s officers were executed or imprisoned.
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How far did Stalin’s social policies change the lives of women and ..

In his Agricultural Report 1996,13 published in April, the German Federal Minister of Agriculture cites secure supply of high-quality food-stuffs and renewable resources, environmental conservation, animal welfare, a well-tended landscape and pretty villages as the main reasons that society should support agriculture.

on Industrialisation and the abolition of ..

13 Agrabericht der Bundersregierung 1996, published by the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry, Bonn 1996, foreword by the Minister.

15/02/2018 · How did Stalin get away with murder

The difference and similarity between their ideology, usage of propaganda & censorship and the method of improving the economy would be stated and explained through examples....

Stalin's regime moved to force collectivisation of agriculture

Concern about the environment was already in people's minds before 1992, but the reform tried a new and more systematic approach in three ways:

the reduction in price support was to be an incentive to more extensive farming by making massive use of inputs less profitable; the set-aside requirement for crops and the stocking ratio for bovine animals should enhance the favourable impact on the environment; a programme authorising payments for specific measures favourable to the environment.
But the new approach goes further than a mere prevention of pollution.

Stalin's Economic Policy and Impact - History Exploration

Totalitarianism is when a government gains absolute and total control over the country, including the freedom of thought and will as well as the citizen?s lifestyle, no other political parties are allowed and has the concept where the country is most important.

Alpha History - The Great Leap Forward

In the 1960s and 1970s the reduction of the number of people employed in agriculture was widely accepted as the inevitable consequence of higher productivity and higher income for those remaining in agriculture.