QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About The Soviet Union?

Between 1928 and 1940, how did agriculture change in Soviet Russia?

A tractor drives across a Russian farm.
Retry Correct Incorrect Stalin changed the agricultural system to “kolkhoz,” a system of collective farms. Farmers switched from independent land to working on large, government-owned plots. Officials believed that collectivization would increase productivity; it didn’t.
Oleksandr Rupeta/NurPhoto via Getty Images
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Between 1928 and 1940, how did agriculture change in Soviet Russia?

  • Farms were transformed into factories
  • Farmers had to work on military bases
  • Farmers didn’t have to work for the military
  • Farmers worked on collective land
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