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Telegram I.V. Stalin about preparation ʺfor the reception and resettlement of kulak farms.ʺ February 16, 1930
A source: Politburo and the peasantry: Expulsion, special settlement. 1930‐1940 Book I. Moscow. ROSSPEN 2005 p. 100
Archive: AP RF. F. 3. Op. 30. D. 193. L. 85. Typewritten copy of that time, certified by S. Parshin, an employee of the Politburo Secretariat. 193‐64
Telegram I.V. Stalin to the secretary of the Ural regional committee of the CPSU (b) I.D. Kabakov on the preparation ʺfor the reception and resettlement of kulaksʺ 43 February 16, 1930
Sverdlovsk To the Secretary of the Uralobkom Kabakov
The Central Committee considers it absolutely necessary that the Uralobkom take all the necessary preparatory measures for the reception and resettlement of at least 20 thousand kulak farms by midApril, relocated according to the Central Committeeʹs plan. Please report on the measures taken. No. 13 / s.
February 16, 1930
‐ At the top left it is written by hand: “Comrade. Tovstukhe ʺ.
43 Telegram from the leadership of the Ural regional committee of the CPSU (b) I.V. Stalin ‐ doc. No. 193‐68.
In total, by May 1930 in the Ural region. 17,835 families, 85,134 people were moved from other regions and territories of the country, incl. from the North Caucasus ‐ 10 595 families (51 577 people), from Belarus ‐ 4468 families (21 273 people), Crimea ‐ 2772 families (12 284 people). Head of the OGPU task force S.V. Puzitsky noted in his report of May 6, 1930 that “despite the short period for preparation for admission, for a large number of infused kulaks and for the winter, nevertheless, the workers of the PP of the OGPU of the Northern Territory and the Urals were generally satisfactorily placed with the assigned task ʺ(The tragedy of the Soviet village ... T. 2. P. 424).