Transformation versus Tradition: Agrarian Policy and Government–Peasant Relations in Right-Bank Ukraine 1920–1923

@article{Tan2000TransformationVT,
  title={Transformation versus Tradition: Agrarian Policy and Government–Peasant Relations in Right-Bank Ukraine 1920–1923},
  author={Graham Tan},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={52},
  pages={915 - 937}
}
  • Graham Tan
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology
  • Europe-Asia Studies
  • THE HISTORY OF UKRAINE during the 1920s is a relatively neglected subject. Historians have instead been drawn to the events of 1917-20, in particular the fate of the various revolutionary governments, or to the purges, famine and repression of the 1930s.1 The Bolsheviks succeeded in establishing control in Ukraine in 1920 but few historians have adequately studied the consolidation of the Soviet regime thereafter. The vast majority of the population was ethnically Ukrainian and worked on the… CONTINUE READING
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