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THE 20th Century Russia - Virginia Tech

One of the major technologies used by peasents during this time period was field roatation. Row crops were planted in certain places and livestock was kept out by minimal fencing. As soon as harvest time was passed the livestock was turned into the cropland to cleanup and fertilize. This combined with the rotation of crops kept soil fertility and crop production high. Overall throughout the 19th and 20th century Russias agriculture was highly productive and said to be advance for the time. Mainly due to the large amount of wheat exported. However this large surplus of wheat was not enough to make up for less productive areas which put Russia fairly behind other developed nations (of the time period) when it came to agricultural production.

This course examines the social political and cultural history of 20th century Russia in depth focusing on the social conditions that caused the Revolution the formation of the Soviet Union and its decline.

Early 20th Century Russia - Russian culture

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    Early 20th century Russia. The historical development of pre-revolutionary Russia was marked by a combination of semi-feudal remnants of caste system and relations with elements of the modernization of the economic, political and cultural spheres. In Russian society, market relations intertwined with the functioning of the pre-capitalist peasant household and landlordism. In political life leading role belonged to the state apparatus, dominated by the representatives of the nobility and large landowners.

    Early 20th century Russia. The historical development of pre-revolutionary Russia was marked by a combination of semi-feudal remnants of caste system and relations with elements of the modernization of the economic, political and cultural spheres. In Russian society, market relations intertwined with the functioning of the pre-capitalist peasant household and landlordism. In political life leading role belonged to the state apparatus, dominated by the representatives of the nobility and large landowners.