In 1929-1933 the USSR, despite the famine in its own country, exported bread. How could this have influenced the beginning and course of the global crisis?
Despite the famine in their own country, the government of the USSR needed that. the moment to pursue a policy of returning the status of our country lost as a result of the revolution as a world exporter of grain to European countries. That is why the Stalinist government “squeezed” the grain they needed from their own bins, fearing to lose the export quota. It’s hard for me to judge how much. this was correct, but if we refused to supply bread, it would certainly affect the beginning and course of the global crisis, especially since India and China, solving their social problems, have already cleverly “wrapped everyone’s fur coat” and switched to self-sufficiency, leaving the world market without goods familiar to everyone (fabrics, tea, sugar, salt, spices, rice, etc.)
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