The socialist camp headed by the Soviet Union did not appear as a relapse of the world revolution, but as a defensive reaction of Moscow after theoretical errors of the Soviet leadership and hard resistance of the West.
The Kremlin was left no choice but to return to a policy of “colonization of the village”, which was held earlier by S.J. Vitte while realizing industrialization — in other ways it was repeated in the 1930-s. But from 1947 till 1949 a series of measures were undertaken that made the peasants’ situation mournful.
The ferocity of battles had brought Hitler to the decision, which he expressed on July, 4 at a military conference in the Belarussian town of Borisov: to destroy Moscow with its inhabitants
In September 1922 the forced expulsion of prominent representatives of Russian intelligentsia abroad began. Thus intellectual basis of regime opposition was abolished.