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Stakhanov movement explained
|Statement||by its initiator, Alexei Stakhanov.|
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|Number of Pages||30|
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Stakhanov, you probably know him? The Soviet worker who in extracted tons of coal in 6 hours, 14 times more than the quota asked of a . The distinctive feature of our revolution is that it brought the people not only freedom, but also material benefits and the possibility of a prosperous and cultured life. That is why life has become joyous in our country, and that is the soil from which the Stakhanov movement sprang. Stalin, Joseph. Stalin’s Kampf.
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The Stakhanovite movement began during the Soviet second 5-year plan in as a new stage of socialist emergence of the Stakhanovite movement can only be understood with the knowledge of the rapid industrialization and forced collectivization that had transpired seven years prior. The movement took its name from Aleksei Grigorievich Stakhanov, who had mined tons of coal.
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The Stakhanov movement on Soviet railroads by P. F Krivonos Sh. Z Ṿaulf (Book) Auf dem Wege zum Stachanow-Betrieb Aus den Arbeitserfahrungen The Stakhanov movement explained by its initiator, Alexei Stakhanov by Alekseĭ Stakhanov. In the Stakhanov Movement Explained, Alexei described his successful productivity in the following terms: ‘It requires only a public spirited attitude towards one's work and a thorough study of one's machinery and technique.
Stakhanov work is a combination of manual and mental work. Book Description: This anthology offers a rich array of documents, short fiction, poems, songs, plays, movie scripts, comic routines, and folklore to offer a close look at the mass culture that was consumed by millions in Soviet Russia between and Just one example is the situation with Stakhanov's assistants.
I already explained the situation with pneumatic drills, but NYT chose to take the fact that there were other people working with Stakhanov and put it in such a way as to create the impression that a team of coal-miners worked together and their joint output was attributed to.
This anthology offers a rich array of documents, short fiction, poems, songs, plays, movie scripts, comic routines, and folklore to offer a close look at the mass culture that was consumed by millions in Soviet Russia between and The Stakhanov Movement Explained / by its Initiator, Alexei Stakhanov.
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How is it to be explained that the Stakhanov movement proved to be absolutely ripe. What are the causes for its rapid spread. What are the roots of the Stakhanov movement. There are at least four such causes. 1) The basis for the Stakhanov movement was first and foremost the radical improvement in the material welfare of the workers.
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The Soviet propaganda machine had moved into overdrive to portray Stakhanov as an icon. In a book, The Stakhanov Movement Explained - said to be "By its initiator, Alexei Stakhanov" - the then year-old miner describes his experience, first as a farm hand, then shepherd and finally coal miner at.
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