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EVOLUTION OF GOVERNMENT AID FOR DISPLACED RUSSIAN VILLAGERS IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Piskunov S.A.



         Sergei Alexandrovich Piskunov – Candidate of Science (History), Associate Professor of the Department of Russian History and Historical Studies at Blagoveshchensk State Pedagogical University.

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The article discusses the evolution of measures intended for the migration stimulation of agrarian resettlement in the 40s-80s of the twentieth century. The study incorporates a wide variety of documents. The analysis of the legal framework allowed to reveal the continuity of the basic types of the state’s support of the newcomers to the Russian villages, typical of the aforementioned time span, with that of the previous period. Among those one should specifically delineate free transportation, housing, animals and livestock, the allotted farmland. The distinctive character of the period under review consists in the growth of the organizational and financial involvement of the state in the implementation of these types of assistance for the settlers.

        Key words: state, benefits, measures of migration stimulation, resettlement.


 
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