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Partisans warned them not to settle in the farmsteads, but the colonists ignored verbal warnings. A group who settled in the village o f Obsrutai in the Vilkaviskis district organised a coop erative farm. They were tax-exempt, received various privileges and bullied local people. Finally, they were armed (having received a few light machine guns, automatic and conventional rifles from the N K V D ) and engaged in robbery. The partisans sent them multiple warnings, both oral and written, but the colonists ignored them.
The farm buildings were compulsorily incorporated into collective farm settlements (often under the excuse o f land reclamation works). A total o f 300,000 farmsteads were destroyed and their owners moved into new settlements. Partisans resisted this mainly by propaganda: they wrote articles, distrib uted proclamations, and sent warnings to Communist Party activists threat ening farmers. They also urged chairmen and leaders o f collective farms to give up their positions, held trials o f spies and the participants in purges, applied fines and punishments.
Laisves kovq archyvas (LKA), Central Committee of the CP of the USSR in Kaunas 1995, No 14, p. 71 July 1953. Extracts. A. Liekis, LKPagonijos kronika. Vilnius 1996, t. 1, p. 117 N. GaSkaite, PasiprieSinimo istorija, 1944-1953 metai. Vilnius 1997, p. 27 21 F. K-1, criminal case No 33 960/3, t. 13, I. 499 pp. 211-220 22 Lietuvos partizanai 1944-1953 metais. Vilnius N. GaSkaite, Jaunimo pasiprieSinimas ir jo slopinimas SeStajame-septin tajame 1996, p. 366 Ibid, p. 63-80 Certificate by L. Martavidiaus deputy chairman of the KGB of the LSSR of 14 April 1954.