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Russian Revolution
Opening Focus Assignments
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1/9 “Faults of WWI Peace Treaty”
1/10 “WWI and changing values”
1/11 “Views of the ...
Russian Government Before
Revolution
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Monarchy: The Czar (Tsar)
Until 1905 the Tsar's powers were
unlimited.
R...
Royal Background
Nicholas II

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Created the first secret police in Russia, brutal
leader, response to revolt of army offi...
Czar Alexander II

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He implemented important reforms, notably the abolition of
serfdom,
In 1867, he sold Alaska an...
Czar Alexander III

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Alexander III's reign was during an industrial
revolution in Russia .
His reign was harsh, again...
Czar Nicholas II (1894)
Last Czar of Russia
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Nicholas II was a harsh and weak ruler
The Russian economy was bankrupt b...
Czar Nicholas II and Family
Russo-Japanese War (1904)
Dispute over Manchuria with
Japan
Shook national confidence in their
progress and rule of Czar.
Bloody Sunday (1905)
Russia and World War I
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Russia declares war on AustriaHungary
War becomes unpopular
Rationing leads to starvation...
Rasputin
Rasputin with Admirers
March Revolution (1917)
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1917- protests spread through St.
Petersburg and the Royal palace is
taken over.
Czar a...
October (Bolshevik) Revolution1917
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Lead by VI Lenin “Peace, Land, and
Bread”
Won support of people (especially
peasa...
1918
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1918 March The Bolsheviks accept the
peace of Brest‑Litovsk, ending WWI with
Germany.
1919-1920
1919 White Armies (Royal and Menshevik
troops) attack the Reds (Bolsheviks) from
all directions.

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1920- Reds ...
Rule of Lenin 1920-1924
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Economic Reforms included the New
Economic Plan (NEP)
-moderate mix of capitalism and
social...
Communism
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A Form of Socialism
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Central Planning of the Economy by the State

Gov’t (Communist Party) makes decisio...
1924
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Lenin Dies
Power Vaccuum
Leon Trotsky vs. Joseph Stalin
Stalin takes control
Now must decide how he wil...
Characteristics of a Totalitarian
State
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Dictatorship- Absolute Authority
Dynamic Leader- Vision for the nation
Stat...
Stalin’s Totalitarian State
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State Control of the Economy
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Police Terror
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Control of the individual

Propagand...
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  1. 1. Russian Revolution
  2. 2. 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” 1/15 “Dawes Plan” 1/18 “Path to Revolution”
  3. 3. Russian Government Before Revolution      Monarchy: The Czar (Tsar) Until 1905 the Tsar's powers were unlimited. Russia had no constitution, no political party system to check the Tsar's power A strong secret police which terrorized the people.
  4. 4. Royal Background Nicholas II • Created the first secret police in Russia, brutal leader, response to revolt of army officers in 1825
  5. 5. Czar Alexander II • • • He implemented important reforms, notably the abolition of serfdom, In 1867, he sold Alaska and the Aleutian Islands to the United States. Killed by the Revolutionary Group: The People’s Will
  6. 6. Czar Alexander III • • Alexander III's reign was during an industrial revolution in Russia . His reign was harsh, against revolutionaries and other liberal movements.
  7. 7. Czar Nicholas II (1894) Last Czar of Russia   Nicholas II was a harsh and weak ruler The Russian economy was bankrupt because of the Russo-Japanese War and WWI Russia’s entry into WWI became very unpopular.
  8. 8. Czar Nicholas II and Family
  9. 9. Russo-Japanese War (1904) Dispute over Manchuria with Japan Shook national confidence in their progress and rule of Czar.
  10. 10. Bloody Sunday (1905)
  11. 11. Russia and World War I     Russia declares war on AustriaHungary War becomes unpopular Rationing leads to starvation Nicholas II leaves St. Petersburg to war front
  12. 12. Rasputin
  13. 13. Rasputin with Admirers
  14. 14. March Revolution (1917)     1917- protests spread through St. Petersburg and the Royal palace is taken over. Czar abdicates Provisional government (Duma) takes control lead by Alexander Keresnky Provisional government unpopular after decision to stay in WWI
  15. 15. October (Bolshevik) Revolution1917   Lead by VI Lenin “Peace, Land, and Bread” Won support of people (especially peasants)
  16. 16. 1918  1918 March The Bolsheviks accept the peace of Brest‑Litovsk, ending WWI with Germany.
  17. 17. 1919-1920 1919 White Armies (Royal and Menshevik troops) attack the Reds (Bolsheviks) from all directions.  1920- Reds defeat Whites
  18. 18. Rule of Lenin 1920-1924   Economic Reforms included the New Economic Plan (NEP) -moderate mix of capitalism and socialism Political Reforms -Bolshevik party became Communist Party -Russia becomes the United Soviet Socialist Republics
  19. 19. Communism  A Form of Socialism   Central Planning of the Economy by the State Gov’t (Communist Party) makes decisions on individual jobs and pay
  20. 20. 1924       Lenin Dies Power Vaccuum Leon Trotsky vs. Joseph Stalin Stalin takes control Now must decide how he will maintain power Decides to create a totalitarian state
  21. 21. Characteristics of a Totalitarian State    Dictatorship- Absolute Authority Dynamic Leader- Vision for the nation State Control Over All Sectors of Society   State Control Over the Individual    Business, Family Life, Labor, youth groups, housing, religion, education, the arts Obedience Denies basic liberties Organized Violence  Uses force to crush opposition
  22. 22. Stalin’s Totalitarian State  State Control of the Economy   Police Terror   Control of the individual Propaganda (socialist realism)   Great Purge, crush opposition Religious Persecution   5 year plan, collective farms Molding peoples minds Education  Controlled by the government
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