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Russian Revolution Jeopardy Katie Bowman AP Modern European History
VocabularyLeadersPeopleCommunism Pre- Revolution Events Age of Mass Politics Final Jeopardy
The term Lenin applied to his faction of the Russian Social Democratic Party meaning the majority. 100
Those Russians who opposed the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War of 1918 through
White Russians Vocab
A new secret police called ___________ appeared during the Civil War in Russia. 300
Most Russians lived in these communes which were highly regulated with payments to the state for land lost to nobles. 400
Liberal upper class opponents of the autocratic Russian system of government supported popular grievances among Russian society. 500
Decembrists BONUS Vocab.
Local governments set up in the Russian Empire in 1864 by Alexander II’s decree.
A Communist Russian Revolutionary who lead the October Revolution. 100
V. I. Lenin Leaders
Launched rapid industrialization and economic collectivization. 200
Joseph Stalin Leaders
A Bolshevik revolutionary and Marxist theorist who led and commanded the Red Army. 300
Leon Trotsky BONUS Leaders
Became Europe’s most reactionary monarch who sought to prevent western ideas from penetrating Russia.
Nicholas I Leaders
Perhaps the greatest reform-minded tzar since Peter the Great. 400
Alexander II Leaders
Sought to rule Russia through “Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Russification (Nationalism).” 500
Alexander III Leaders
100 Anarchists, lead by _________________, believed the state should be destroyed all together.
Mikhail Bakunin People
Oversaw the Russian industrialization in the 1890’s. 200
Count S.Y. Witte People
Influenced the tzarina by easing the pains of her hemophiliac son. 300
Became the leader of the Provisional Government while remaining a member of the Soviet. 400
Alexander Kerensky People
500 The new prime minister who pushed through important agrarian reforms to break down collective village ownership of land and encourage the kulaks.
Peter Stolypin BONUS People
Wanted to extend the “genius of Russian culture” by industrializing and setting up a constitutional government.
This event ultimately resulted in a communist dictatorship leading to the rise of Lenin. 100
The October Revolution Communism
The plot to overthrow the Provisional government by conservatives that eventually failed. 200
Kornilov Affair Communism
During the new elections for the Constituent Assembly, Lenin’s campaign was “_______________.” 300
“Peace, Land, Bread.” Communism
The treaty signed between Russia and Germany that took Russia out of World War I. 400
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Communism
___________ formed to organize the revolution. This included Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin. 500
Politburo BONUS Communism
“_____________” was the earliest form of socialism and resulted in a huge decline in production.
“War Communism” Communism
Tzar Alexander I proposed the __________ after the Congress of Vienna to stop the growth of liberalism. 100
The Holy Alliance Pre-Revolution
The first upper class revolt against Russia’s autocratic system of government. 200
The Decembrist Uprising of 1825 Pre-Revolution
The principles of __________, _________ and __________ became the foundation of the state under Nicholas I. 300
Autocracy, Orthodoxy, and Nationality Pre-Revolution
Tzar Alexander I saw the ______________ as an instrument in keeping his subjects under control. 400
Russian Orthodox Church Pre-Revolution
___________ believed that the culture of the Russian village was superior to that of the West. 500
Slavophiles BONUS Pre-Revolution
True or False: Nicholas I believed in “divine rights.”
The Russians had established a sphere of influence in Manchuria and sought Korea which resulted in the _________. 100
Russo-Japanese War Events
On this day 200,000 workers and peasants marked peacefully to the “Winter Palace” asking the Tzar for reforms and the army fired on marchers in cold blood. 200
“Bloody Sunday” Events
A revolution started by massive strikes in January and February in St. Petersburg, largely caused by food shortages. 300
The February Revolution of 1917 BONUS Events
This was created in 1922 as a result of the Russian Civil War.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) Events
The Revolution of 1905 was initially sparked by the ________________. 400
growth of liberalism Events
A ________________ was declared by the Duma in response to the abdication of Tzar Nicholas II. 500
Provisional Government Events
________________ marked a turning point in history by fostering modernization. 100
Defeat in the Crimean War Age of Mass Politics
What percent of Russian people worked in agriculture under Alexander II? 200
90% Age of Mass Politics
The __________ of 1861 abolished serfdom and land was given to the serfs via the _______. 300
Emancipation Act; mirs Age of Mass Politics
By 1900, Russia exported ______ percent of the world’s refined petroleum. 400
Age of Mass Politics 50
A __________, __________ and ___________ paralyzed Russia by October and Nicholas was forced to make concessions. 500
General strike; peasant revolts; troop mutinies BONUS Age of Mass Politics
The ___________ of 1905 created the Duma.
October Manifesto Final Jeopardy
What were the costs of the Russian Revolution?
Final Jeopardy 15 million people dead, ruined economy, international trade ended, and millions of workers fled the country.
The Romanov Dynasty Decline of the Romanovs Alexander I—autocratic ruler Chose to not end serfdom Decembrist Revolt of 1825 after Alexander’s.
Russian Revolution. Russia Pre World War I Russian Society Autocratic czarAutocratic czar UkaseUkase: police action, army under direction of Czar Rise.
The Russian Revolution. Russian Imperial Flag Russian Expansion A heterogeneous empire.
Revolutions in Russia. Long-Term Causes of Revolution Czarist Rule – In the late 1800s, Alexander III and his son Nicholas II sought to industrialize.
The Russian Revolution Outline 9.2. Tsar Alexander I Reign: 1801 – 1825 Reign: 1801 – 1825 Considered an Enlightened Despot Considered an Enlightened.
Russia The Bear. Alexander II Alexander II ( ) Perhaps the most liberal ruler prior to 20 th century Russian conditions –90 % Russians.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION chapter CHARACTERISTICS OF 19 TH CENTURY CZARS Autocracy Harsh measures against opponents Secret police Pogroms Oppression of.
Chapter 25 Part 5. Russia Crimean War defeat signaled need for modernization Crimean War defeat signaled need for modernization Russia lacked a middle.
Russia From Czars to Communism. Long history of czars centralizing power Taking power from nobles by force Trading power over Russia in exchange for nobles’
* Interpret primary sources. * Describe the steps which led to the Russian Revolution * Interpret primary sources. * Describe the steps.
Revolution and Civil War in Russia. The March Revolution End Tsarism Russia was slow to Industrialize. Russia was slow to Industrialize. For hundreds.
Revolutions in Russia CH.30 SECTION 1. Peasant Life in Russia 4/5 of Russians were peasants Peasants worked land in strips that were assigned by the.
Pre- Revolutionary Russia The 1905 Revolution The February Revolution The October Revolution Civil War
Think About It. Write down the things you can remember for the cause of the French Revolution.
Chapter 30 Sections 1 & 2 Revolution in Russia Starts on Page 867.
Russian Revolution. Opening Focus Assignments 1/9 “Faults of WWI Peace Treaty” 1/10 “WWI and changing values” 1/11 “Views of the War” 1/14 “Lost Generation”
1 The Russian Revolution. Introduction The Russian Revolution was like a firecracker with a very long fuse. The explosion came in 1917, yet the fuse had.
The Russian Revolution From Tsar Nicholas II to V.I. Lenin.
NEXT 14.1 Revolutions in Russia Long-term social unrest explodes in revolution and ushers in the first Communist government.
The Russian Revolution Causes of the Russian Revolution.
Roots of the Russian Revolution 1881, reforms stop when Alexander II assassinated Alexander III strengthens “autocracy, orthodoxy, and nationality”
Russian Revolution. Russian Government Before Revolution Monarchy: The Czar (Tsar) Until 1905 the Tsar's powers were unlimited. Russia had no constitution,
Revolution in Russia. National Collapse World War I was devastating for Russia World War I was devastating for Russia Russia’s lack of industrial development.
The Rise of Totalitarianism From Russia to the USSR The Russian Revolution: Political and Economic Factors after WWI: The Soviet Union:
Reenacting the Russian Revolutions. Warm up Based on what we learned about the American, French, and Haitian Revolutions, what conditions would lead people.
Roots of the Revolution Geography of Russia: –Huge-hard to control all –Population/Ethnic groups –Climate-affects economy Food shortages: –Suffered back.
Czar Nicholas II Czar (ruler) of Russia Weak leader Overthrown in 1917 … Russian Revolution.
*Nicholas II – (Last Czar of Russia) Alexandra – Tsarina Four Daughters – Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia Tsarevich Alexei – Born with hemophilia.
Russian Revolution of 1917 And the Rise of Communist Russia Standard 10c.
History & the Novel Key Timeline, Russia & the Road to Revolution, 1853 – 1918.
The Russian Revolution, 1917 Causes and Effects Lenin addresses a crowd.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION Key Questions u Describe and analyze the long-term social, economic, and political causes of the Russian Revolution,
-ALEXANDER III AND HIS SON, NICHOLAS II SOUGHT INDUSTRIALIZATION -RUSSIAN LIBERALS DESIRED A CONSTITUTION AND REFORM -CZARS SUPPRESSED REFORM THROUGH.
Nicholas II and Vladimir Lenin The Russian Revolution.
The Russian Revolution: History progresses in 4 stages: Stage 1: feudalism Stage 2: industrial capitalism– rise of bourgeoisie Stage 3: socialism–
Ch. 14 – Revolution and Nationalism I. Revolutions in Russia Before 1917 Revolution: - Decades of unrest and revolts against oppressive Czars - Czar Alexander.
III. The Russian Revolution One of the most important consequences of World War I was the Russian Revolution of 1917.
The Russian Revolution 7 Key Events. March Revolution March 8 th through 15 th, 1917, there is rioting in the streets of Petrograd (St. Petersburg) over.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONS TEST REVIEW. TERMS DECEMBERIST REVOLT – Decemberists tried to overthrow Nicholas I; resulted in 100s of revolutionaries exiled to.
The Russian Revolution How do the Bolsheviks (Communists) come to power in Russia?
Second Semester Units, Grading, and Rule Reminders Class Reading and Writing Growth.
Russian and its rulers Russia c.1855 n Ruled autocratically by Romanov Tsars since 1613 n Ruled since 1825 by Tsar Nicholas I (‘Thirty wasted.
Russian Revolution Timeline. Quick review: What were the three causes of the Russian Revolution? In March 1917, an even known as the March Revolution.
Russian Revolution 1917 Russia becomes a Communist State.
World War I RUSSIAN REVOLUTION The Russian Revolution occurred during the first World War.
Russian Revolution and Russia under Stalin. Warm Up: What is Revolution? Left PageCopy the Timeline on Pages Right PageRead the scenarios on page.
Russian Revolution Mr. Wilson AP World History Wren High School.
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