Economics, Planning and Nationalization

  • Chris Cook
  • John Paxton


Confirmed in its independence at Versailles, Albania at that time was a backward isolated country, 80% of the population peasants working dwarf holdings or landless labourers on the vast estates.


National Income Industrial Output Land Reform Cotton Yarn Crude Steel 
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  • Chris Cook
  • John Paxton

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