HistoryWhen did the most devastating famines occur in Soviet history?

When did the most devastating famines occur in Soviet history?


  1. A
    1920-22
  2. B
    1922-24
  3. C
    1930-33
  4. D
    1940-42 

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    The most devastating famines occurred in Soviet history in 1930-33. Stalin's socialist programme and agricultural deprivation decimated the Soviet rural economy and farming, resulting in a series of famines. Ukraine, the North Caucasus, the Volga region, Kazakhstan, the Southern Urals, and Western Siberia were among the Soviet Union's major grain-producing areas hit by the famine. It is estimated that between 5.7 and 8.7 million people died during this time period. When Russia lost to Germany in World War I, it led to the overthrow of the Tsarist regime during the Russian Revolution.
     
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