Special Settlers

Dispossession and eviction of the dispossessed families in remote, deep and uninhabited regions of the USSR are the two sides of this tragic process. The main provisions of dispossession and eviction of "kulak" families instructions contained in the CEC and the CPC of the USSR from February 4, 1930 It TsIKam and Sovnarkom union and autonomous republics, territories and regional executive committees were given the following instructions. In order to decisively break the power of the kulaks in the certain sections of the poor and middle peasantry and absolute suppression of all attempts to "counter-revolutionary opposition from the kulaks" conducted by the Soviet government and collective actions: a) to evict Kulak asset, the richest and fists polupomeschikov in remote areas of the USSR and within a given region in the remote areas of his, and b) to settle the rest of the kulaks in an area in which they reside, in the new assigned to them outside the collective farms sites. All of the organization and delivery of the very delivery of the kulaks in the remote areas of the USSR is assigned to the OGPU. Eviction of kulaks in the remote areas of the region rests with the boundary (regional) executive committees. Settling fists within the region rests with the county and district executive committees. Consequently, the eviction in the remote regions of the Soviet Union and parts of regions and districts subject to only a small part of the dispossessed families classified as "kulak asset." In this case the OGPU was given a modest role – to carry out the organization and delivery of the eviction of the dispossessed families who were moved to remote regions of the USSR. The main work of dispossession and eviction was assigned to the local authorities.

In addition, family members' evicted kulaks "may, in its desire and with the consent of a district executive committees remain temporarily or permanently in the same area of residence. In this case, the forfeiture of such families were left to them the means of production "in the size of the minimum required for farming on the newly designated their areas. " To settled areas within the former residence of families deported "kulaks" were assigned production targets for delivery of the commodity production state and cooperative agencies. Eviction and confiscation of property should not be applied to the families of the and Red Army commanders. The instructions contain general recommendations for the confiscation of property evicted families, ensuring their property, employment use. Special settlers in MURMANSK REGION STORIES

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