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1916 was the year of food crisis in the country. While the harvest was good in [[Lower Volga Region]] and Western [[Siberia]], its transportation by railroads collapsed. In addition, the food market was in disarray. Fixed prices for government purchases were unattractive. Razvyorstka was introduced by the decree of November 29, 1916 (signed by [[Aleksandr Rittich]] ([[:ru:Риттих, Александр Александрович |Александр Риттих]]), of the Ministry of Agriculture) as collection of grain for defense purposes. The [[Russian Provisional Government]] established after the [[February Revolution]] of 1917 could not propose any incentives for peasants, and their [[state monopoly]] on grain sales failed to achieve its goal.<ref>{{Citation | first1 = Nikolai | last1 = Dronin | first2 = Edward | last2 = Bellinger | year = 2005 | title = Climate Dependence and Food Problems in Russia, 1900–1990: The Interaction of Climate and Agricultural Policy and Their Effect on Food Problems | ISBN = 963-7326-10-3 | url = http://books.google.com/books?id=9a5j_JL6cqIC&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=Prodrazverstka+1916&source=web&ots=IkY1Lgq_YL&sig=uBNv8bzSu_VwiHzeULgUDD8mqhA&hl=en | pages = 65, 66}}.</ref><ref>{{Citation | url = http://www.kodeks.ru/noframe/free-duma?d&nd=723110219&nh=1&c=%D0%C8%D2%D2%C8%D5&spack=111barod%3Dx%5C10;y%5C10%26intelsearch%3D%F0%E8%F2%F2%E8%F5%26listid%3D010000000100%26listpos%3D6%26lsz%3D9%26w%3D0;1;2;3%26whereselect%3D-1%26%20%20#I0 | date = 14 февраля 1917 | title = Free Duma | contribution = г. session of State Duma | place = RU | language = Russian | publisher = Kodeks}} where Rittich reports about the introduction and results of the grain razvyorstka.</ref>
 
1916 was the year of food crisis in the country. While the harvest was good in [[Lower Volga Region]] and Western [[Siberia]], its transportation by railroads collapsed. In addition, the food market was in disarray. Fixed prices for government purchases were unattractive. Razvyorstka was introduced by the decree of November 29, 1916 (signed by [[Aleksandr Rittich]] ([[:ru:Риттих, Александр Александрович |Александр Риттих]]), of the Ministry of Agriculture) as collection of grain for defense purposes. The [[Russian Provisional Government]] established after the [[February Revolution]] of 1917 could not propose any incentives for peasants, and their [[state monopoly]] on grain sales failed to achieve its goal.<ref>{{Citation | first1 = Nikolai | last1 = Dronin | first2 = Edward | last2 = Bellinger | year = 2005 | title = Climate Dependence and Food Problems in Russia, 1900–1990: The Interaction of Climate and Agricultural Policy and Their Effect on Food Problems | ISBN = 963-7326-10-3 | url = http://books.google.com/books?id=9a5j_JL6cqIC&pg=PA65&lpg=PA65&dq=Prodrazverstka+1916&source=web&ots=IkY1Lgq_YL&sig=uBNv8bzSu_VwiHzeULgUDD8mqhA&hl=en | pages = 65, 66}}.</ref><ref>{{Citation | url = http://www.kodeks.ru/noframe/free-duma?d&nd=723110219&nh=1&c=%D0%C8%D2%D2%C8%D5&spack=111barod%3Dx%5C10;y%5C10%26intelsearch%3D%F0%E8%F2%F2%E8%F5%26listid%3D010000000100%26listpos%3D6%26lsz%3D9%26w%3D0;1;2;3%26whereselect%3D-1%26%20%20#I0 | date = 14 февраля 1917 | title = Free Duma | contribution = г. session of State Duma | place = RU | language = Russian | publisher = Kodeks}} where Rittich reports about the introduction and results of the grain razvyorstka.</ref>
   
==Soviet prodrazvyorstka==
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In 1918, the center of the [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Soviet Russia]] was cut off from the most important agricultural regions of the country. The reserves of bread were running short, causing hunger among the urban population, where support for the Bolshevik government was strongest. In order to satisfy the minimal food needs, the [[Soviet]] government introduced a strict control over the food surpluses of the prosperous rural households. Since many peasants were extremely unhappy with this policy and tried to resist it, they were branded as "[[saboteur]]s" of the bread [[monopoly]] of the state and advocates of the free "predatory", "speculative" trade. Lenin believed that prodrazvyorstka was the only possible way to procure sufficient amounts of bread and other agricultural products for the population of the cities during the war.<ref>{{Citation | last = Lenin | first = VI | title = Collected Works | volume = 32 | year = 1965 | place = Moscow | publisher = Progress Publishers | page = 187}}.</ref>
 
In 1918, the center of the [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Soviet Russia]] was cut off from the most important agricultural regions of the country. The reserves of bread were running short, causing hunger among the urban population, where support for the Bolshevik government was strongest. In order to satisfy the minimal food needs, the [[Soviet]] government introduced a strict control over the food surpluses of the prosperous rural households. Since many peasants were extremely unhappy with this policy and tried to resist it, they were branded as "[[saboteur]]s" of the bread [[monopoly]] of the state and advocates of the free "predatory", "speculative" trade. Lenin believed that prodrazvyorstka was the only possible way to procure sufficient amounts of bread and other agricultural products for the population of the cities during the war.<ref>{{Citation | last = Lenin | first = VI | title = Collected Works | volume = 32 | year = 1965 | place = Moscow | publisher = Progress Publishers | page = 187}}.</ref>
   
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