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1) What does USSR stand for? THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS
2) Why was its name important? Still contained the aspiration of a worldwide revolution- no geographical limit to its name
3) What was the main policy-making bureau of the USSR? The Politburo
4) Why was democratic centralism a major feature of Lenins dictatorship? His decisions would be followed by the entire party without question
5) How was Lenin viewed at this time? The partys founder and major political thinker
6) How did propaganda portray him? As the Father of the Nation
7) What else did Lenin control in the USSR? (2) The Media (only one newspaper- the Pravda), and the Police (the GPU replacing the Cheka).
8) What did Lenin set up? Labour camps: imprisoned tens of thousands of people there
9 ) How was Lenins USSR described? The worlds first totalitarian dictatorship.
10 ) What does this mean? A society where all aspects of life are ultimately controlled by one person
9.2 Notes: Part III Objective: Describe how Lenin and Stalin create a totalitarian Russia.
Totalitarianism: Stalinist Russia
Between › All European countries except G.B., France, Sweden, and Finland adopted some form of dictatorial government Totalitarian States.
H-SS 10.7 Students analyze the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I.
Bellringer Open yesterday’s notes: Post War Instability Notes and prepare to go over the questions! Download today’s notes: Rise of Dictators I and minimize.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
Recap the Russian Revolution. Lenin Restores Order Lenin sets out to rebuild the new USSR & its economy Lenin sets out to rebuild the new USSR & its economy.
This is… The Beginning Leninism The Revolution.
III. Soviet Union. A. East Against West After WWII, Eastern Europe opposed Western Europe and the U.S.A. Iron Curtain – Boundary separating the Communist.
Learning Goal The students will understand the Rise of the Dictatorial Regimes after WWI. Media Attitudes Totalitarian States Fascism Collectivizm.
IDEOLOGICAL ONE PARTY STATE (TOTALITARIAN) Also known as a Communist State. One small political group holds power. Government policy is based on a an ideology.
The last Tsar steps down The Duma establishes a provisional government Alexander Kerensky leads this government His decision to stay in WW1 cost.
The Soviet Union BIG Idea: In reality, the Soviet Union was very different from what Karl Marx wrote about. By Sam Irving.
Chapter 28: The Russian Revolution
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Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin
Lenin to Stalin. Civil War The Bolshevik opponents form the White Army Leon Trotsky commanded the Bolshevik Red Army Around 15 million Russians died in.
Lenin to Stalin Mr. Eischen, Mr. Cleveland and Mrs. McCarthy.
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