Complete Collectivization and Resistance of Farmers in Uzbek Villages in the early 30s

Bakhtiyor M. Rasulov


Key words: village, collectivization, dispossession, farmers, anti-collective-farm movement, the OGPU, the Soviet power, slaughter, political terrorism.


Annotation: the article is devoted to the issues of complete collectivization in the villages of Uzbekistan in the early 30s of the twentieth century, and resistance against the abuse of Uzbek farmers. The scope and magnitude of the resistance of farmers have been disclosed on the basis of archival documents and materials.



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