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Russian Empire late to industrialization late to democratic reform citizens lacked rights enjoyed by most Europeans
Czar Nicholas II Russia not prepared for WWI problems on the front food riots broke out in the cities forced to abdicate in early 1917
Bolsheviks and Lenin overthrow provisional government and take control in November 1917
Civil War fighting takes place across the country against many groups opposed to Bolsheviks Bolsheviks ultimately win and consolidate power
War Communism and Famine no private property, nationalization of all industry, rationing of food government monopoly on foreign trade. War Communism & severe drought lead to 10 million deaths
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) created in 1922 Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (Ukrainian SSR) was one of the founding Republics
New Economic Policy introduced by Lenin to rejuvenate the economy embraced by many in Ukraine
Joseph Stalin ruled the Soviet Union 1928 - 1953 rejected the NEP Stalinism was characterized by terror and totalitarian rule
Five Year Plans organized the economy peasants forced to give up land and join collective farms goal was to quickly industrialize needed to sell grain to buy parts
Peasants Reject Collectivization many burn their crops and livestock rather than hand them over
Kulaks Kulaks were the most successful farmers under the New Economic Policy Bolsheviks knew they would be the strongest opponents of collectivization They were 'eliminated' as a social class
Attack on Peasants those resisting collectivization are persecuted Kulaks are arrested, exiled, sent to prison, tortured or killed
Great Depression 1930s hardship around the world wheat prices to drop lower prices affected the first Five Year Plan government increased quotas
Food Becomes State Property On August 7, 1932 a law came into force that stipulated that all food was state property peasants unable to meet quotas were stripped of all foodstuffs
Starving Peasants forbidden to take food from the field forbidden to flee the region or leave the country shot for looking for food
Ukrainian Cities also saw famine as rations were cut off to many parts of the country urban workers were encouraged to see themselves as the leaders the revolution
Death By Famine By 1933, 25,000 were starving to death per day. Diseases were spreading incidents of cannibalism almost no one outside Ukrainian SSR knew
Holodomor Historical Outline (2) Citizenship & Identity (20) Ukrainian Nationalism (22) Soviet and Russian Nationalism (37) Foreign Policy (46) Globalization.
RUSSIA: WORLD’S FIRST COMMUNIST STATE. Russian Revolution read pages and complete an outline.
A New Era, the revolution continues Ch. 24 section 2.
Friday 4/4/14 RAP 1.What was the NEP? Who started it? 2.What was the Five Year Plan? Who started it? 3.Which leader, Lenin or Stalin, do you think was.
9.2 Notes: Part III Objective: Describe how Lenin and Stalin create a totalitarian Russia.
FROM RUSSIA TO THE USSR FROM RUSSIA TO THE USSR After WWI and the Russian Civil War the country was exhausted They had lost more troops than any.
The people of Russia are unhappy: Czar Nicholas II is in power, abuses it Unprepared for WWI, costs are high Suffer incredible losses Unequal distribution.
Russian Revolution: REASONS FOR REVOLUTION.
Russian Revolution Policies of the Czars Industrialization and economic growth The Russo-Japanese War “Bloody Sunday” World War I The March.
Communism and Joseph Stalin What were Stalin’s changes to the Leninist ideology? What split the communist world apart?
Unit 10 Part 2 From Lenin to Stalin. Post Civil War USSR 1920: Lenin turns his attention to governing The Soviet Union 1920: Lenin turns his attention.
Russian Revolution Global Regents Review Patten/Valdner.
The Russian Revolution & Stalin’s Soviet Union. Russia Ruled by Czars Ruled Russia for 300 years (Czar = King) Believed in Absolute Rule (1 person has.
Key Terms – Revolution in Russia Revolution of 1905 The Duma Russian Revolution of 1917 Vladimir Lenin Communism Bolsheviks Reds vs. Whites War Communism.
Revolutions and Civil War A.March Revolution B.The Bolshevik Revolution C.Civil War D.Vladimir Lenin.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION 1917 – Causes of Russian Revolution 1.CZARIST RULE: autocratic rulers who have total power, very little rights for the people.
The Soviet Era. KARL MARX The Russian Revolution On what came to be known as “Bloody Sunday”, 1905-Nicholas II fires on protesters sparking revolution.
Russian Revolution. The Bolsheviks small Marxist group wanted to change life in Russia leader = Vladimir Lenin goal = overthrow czar.
Chapter 30: Revolution and Nationalism Revolutions is Russia Revolutions is Russia Unrest in Russia erupted in revolution to produce the first.
The Russian Revolution WWII. Aftermath of WWI There was widespread famine and economic collapse. People didn’t want a war or a monarchy under.
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA Russia and World War I The Years Before the War Czar Nicholas II promised reform after the revolution of 1905 but little.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION chapter CHARACTERISTICS OF 19 TH CENTURY CZARS Autocracy Harsh measures against opponents Secret police Pogroms Oppression of.
Stalin and Totalitarianism In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Joseph Stalin Totalitarianism Changes Under Stalin.
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Revolution and Civil War in Russia. The March Revolution End Tsarism Russia was slow to Industrialize. Russia was slow to Industrialize. For hundreds.
The Soviet Union in the Stalinist Era (1924—53) OUTLINE: I.Lenin to Stalin II.Five Year Plans -Industrial -Agricultural III.Great Purges IV.Soviet Propaganda.
Post-WWI Russia. Vladimir Lenin – rules Joseph Stalin – rules Leader during Civil War War Communism N.E.P. Five Year Plan “Collectivized”
Russian Revolution and formation of Communism. Agenda 1. Bell Ringer: Quick Review with Mr. T. (10) 2. Lecture: Finish Russian Revolution (20) 3. The.
Russian Revolution and Russia under Stalin. Warm Up: What is Revolution? Left PageCopy the Timeline on Pages Right PageRead the scenarios on page.
©2009, TESCCC World History, Unit 10, Lesson 2 The Soviet Union Under Stalin Unit 10: The Rise of Totalitarianism and World War II Lesson 2.
Revolutions in Russia & Totalitarian Russia Chapter 30 Sections 1 & 2.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. the Bolsheviks small Marxist group wanted to change life in Russia leader = Vladimir Lenin goal = overthrow czar.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. Review Central Power Advantages: Geography, Quicker Action, Better Training Allied Power Advantages: More Soldiers, Greater Industrialization,
Focus 1/7 Under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin, Russia became a communist state known as the Soviet Union. Lenin began to rebuild Russia under the ideals.
Totalitarianism in Russia The Soviet Union Under Stalin.
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The Russian Revolution Two revolutions occurred in 1917 The 1 st in March was unplanned where angry mobs protested “Bread & Peace!” A week after riots.
Russia After the Revolution. The Death of Lenin After only 3-years as leader of Russia, Lenin dies in A power struggle to see who will be the next.
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