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“The Breath of Soviet Russia”: Teaching Soviet Industrialization and Collectivization

Discussion of images to teach Soviet industrialization

Bram Hubbell
Bram Hubbell
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“The Breath of Soviet Russia”: Teaching Soviet Industrialization and Collectivization

Between the First and Second World Wars, there were significant economic developments. The governments of liberal capitalist societies became increasingly involved in the daily affairs of the national domestic economy. Fascist governments cooperated with private industries to maximize economic growth. The Soviet Union developed the first communist economy. To help teach these transformations and their effects, we can use visual sources.

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