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Red Bread: Collectivization in a Russian Village

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First published in 1931 and long out of print, Red Bread is Russian-born journalist Maurice Hindus's account of his return to his native village in 1929-30 to see for himself how Stalin's collectivization campaign was transforming the lives of the peasants among whom he had grown up in prerevolutionary times. This warm and human narrative conveys in personal and immediate terms his peasant neighbors' responses to being forced out of a centuries-old way of life and into the unfamiliar social setting and industrialized large-scale agriculture of the kolkhoz. Convinced that collectivized farming would bring Russian agriculture and the Russian peasant into the modern age, Hindus was nonetheless deeply troubled by the huge social cost and personal suffering inflicted by Stalin's ruthless campaign. Red Bread contributes an invaluable grassroots perspective on the era's dynamism and despair to the current discussion of the Soviet historical experience in the Soviet Union and the West.

About the Author

Ronald Grigor Suny is Charles Tilly Collegiate Professor of Social and Political History at the University of Michigan. His many books include The Making of the Georgian Nation (IUP, 1994).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Nadya's letter

Chapter 2. Gathering of the storm

Chapter 3. Spirit of Sunday

Chapter 4. Coming of the storm

Chapter 5. Moscow marches on

Chapter 6. Beyond the pale

Chapter 7. Daily ordeal

Chapter 8. "The return of the native"

Chapter 9. Voice of the mass

Chapter 10. White wedding

Chapter 11. Kolhoz

Chapter 12. New and the old

Chapter 13. Koolack

Chapter 14. Puzzled little father

Chapter 15. Landlord herdsman

Chapter 16. New girl

Chapter 17. Gipsy Rosa

Chapter 18. Farewell visit

Chapter 19. Red bread

Product Details

ISBN:
9780253204851
Author:
Hindus, Maurice
Publisher:
Indiana University Press
Foreword by:
Suny, Ronald Grigor
Foreword:
Suny, Ronald Grigor
Author:
Suny, Ronald Grigor
Location:
Bloomington, IN
Subject:
History
Subject:
Collectivization of agriculture
Subject:
Europe - Russia & the Former Soviet Union
Subject:
Travel
Subject:
Bolshe-Bykovo (Russia) - History
Subject:
Russia-General Russian History
Subject:
Russia (pre & post Soviet Union)
Subject:
Eurasian Studies; East European; History; Russia; Russian; Twentieth Century or Later
Edition Description:
Midland Book ed.
Series:
Midland Book
Series Volume:
485
Publication Date:
19881231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
396
Dimensions:
8.17 x 5.47 x 1.04 in 1 lb

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