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Kulak: Quiz


Question 1: In 1930 this list was extended to include those who were renting industrial plants, e.g., ________, or who rented land to other farmers.
TurkeyHierapolis sawmillWater wheelSawmill

Question 2: After the Russian Revolution, ________ considered only batraks and bednyaks as true allies of the Soviets and proletariat.
MenshevikRussian Social Democratic Labour PartyVladimir LeninBolshevik

Question 3: Tens of thousands of kulaks were executed, property was expropriated to form collective farms, and many families were deported to unpopulated areas of Siberia and Soviet ________.
Central AsiaSouth AsiaEuropeMiddle East

Question 4: The view of many kulaks was different, as told by Mikhail Gorbachev whose family were "kulaks." The kulaks stated they had suffered from political repression under the rule of ________ in the 1930s.
Harry S. TrumanWinston ChurchillJoseph StalinBoris Yeltsin

Question 5: The word kulak originally referred to independent farmers in the ________ who emerged as a result of the Stolypin reform which began in 1906.
Ottoman EmpireBritish EmpireRussian EmpireGolden Horde

Question 6: The fact that new settlers became more prosperous than the neighbouring ________ was explained by "wrecking" and "criminal negligence".
KolkhozPost-Soviet statesSoviet UnionArmenia

Question 7: Kulaks (Russian: кула́к, kulak, "fist", by extension "tight-fisted") were a category of relatively affluent peasants in the later ________, Soviet Russia, and early Soviet Union.
British EmpireRussian EmpireOttoman EmpireGolden Horde

Question 8: During the height of collectivization, however, people identified as kulaks were subjected to deportation and ________, and those people were often killed.
Extraordinary rendition by the United StatesExtrajudicial killingDeath squadExtrajudicial punishment

Question 9: In addition, the planned economy required the collectivization of farms and land to allow ________ of large-scale agricultural production.
Industrial RevolutionPovertyIslamic Golden AgeIndustrialisation

Question 10: The Soviet government encouraged the formation of ________ and, in 1929, introduced a policy of collectivization.
VietnamCollective farmingJoseph StalinSoviet Union


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