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RED OCTOBER:THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONAP European HistorySt. Anne’s-BelfieldWednesday, April 17, 13
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917Wednesday, April 17, 13
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 19171917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWednesday, April 17, 13
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 19171917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWednesday, April 17, 13
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWedne...
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECPROVI...
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNicholas IIMarch 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 ...
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR INovember 6-7Overthrow ofProvisionalGovernmentOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNichol...
THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR INovember 6-7Overthrow ofProvisionalGovernmentOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNichol...
RUSSIA IN 1914Wednesday, April 17, 13
RUSSIA IN 1914Wednesday, April 17, 13
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26Wednesday, April 17, 13
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26	Wednesday, April 17, 13
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26		 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron firstWedne...
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26		 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sh...
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26		 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sh...
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26		 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sh...
RUSSIA IN 1914	 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26		 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sh...
Wednesday, April 17, 13
What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?Wednesday, April 17, 13
What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?BLOODY SUNDAYBLOODY SUNDAYTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONTHE 1905 RE...
What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?BLOODY SUNDAYBLOODY SUNDAYTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONTHE 1905 RE...
Wednesday, April 17, 13
Nicholas and wife Alexandra werehappiest when away from thepublic and government affairs...Wednesday, April 17, 13
Nicholas and wife Alexandra werehappiest when away from thepublic and government affairs...Wednesday, April 17, 13
WORLD WAR IWednesday, April 17, 13
WORLD WAR IHow did Russians, like most Europeans, greet theoutbreak of World War I?Wednesday, April 17, 13
WORLD WAR IHow did Russians, like most Europeans, greet theoutbreak of World War I?Wednesday, April 17, 13
THE PROVISIONALGOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWhat is a Marxist interpretation of the Provisional Government and the forces that swept it into...
THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWhat is a Marxist interpretation of the Provisional Government and the forces that swept it into...
WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Wednesday, April 17, 13
WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Peace, land, and bread!Wednesday, April 17, 13
WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Peace, land, and bread!We don’t need bourgeoisdemocracy!All power to the Soviets!Wednesday, April 17, 13
The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninWednesday, April 17, 13
The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Pr...
The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Pr...
The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Pr...
The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Pr...
MarxismvsMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
MARXISM REVISITEDWednesday, April 17, 13
MARXISM REVISITEDvs.Wednesday, April 17, 13
Wednesday, April 17, 13
MarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMSOCIALISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMSOCIALISMCOMMUNISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
Marxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMPEASANTSOCIALISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
CAPITALISMPEASANTSOCIALISMCOMMUNISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
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  1. 1. RED OCTOBER:THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONAP European HistorySt. Anne’s-BelfieldWednesday, April 17, 13
  2. 2. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917Wednesday, April 17, 13
  3. 3. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 19171917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWednesday, April 17, 13
  4. 4. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 19171917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWednesday, April 17, 13
  5. 5. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECWednesday, April 17, 13
  6. 6. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECPROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
  7. 7. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR IOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNicholas IIMarch 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECPROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
  8. 8. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR INovember 6-7Overthrow ofProvisionalGovernmentOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNicholas IIMarch 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECPROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
  9. 9. THE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR INovember 6-7Overthrow ofProvisionalGovernmentOVERVIEW OF EVENTS: 1917March 15Abdication ofNicholas IIMarch 12Establishment ofProvisional1917 1918FEB APR JUN AUG OCT DECPROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTDecember 1917Treaty of Brest-LitovskWednesday, April 17, 13
  10. 10. RUSSIA IN 1914Wednesday, April 17, 13
  11. 11. RUSSIA IN 1914Wednesday, April 17, 13
  12. 12. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26Wednesday, April 17, 13
  13. 13. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Wednesday, April 17, 13
  14. 14. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron firstWednesday, April 17, 13
  15. 15. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sha! maintain theprinciples of autocracyjust as firmly andunflinchingly as myfather.”Wednesday, April 17, 13
  16. 16. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sha! maintain theprinciples of autocracyjust as firmly andunflinchingly as myfather.”Why was Nicholas II so paranoid?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  17. 17. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sha! maintain theprinciples of autocracyjust as firmly andunflinchingly as myfather.”Why was Nicholas II so paranoid?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  18. 18. RUSSIA IN 1914 Nicholas II had come to powerin 1894 at age 26 Nicholas II feared revots andruled with an iron first“I sha! maintain theprinciples of autocracyjust as firmly andunflinchingly as myfather.”Why was Nicholas II so paranoid?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  19. 19. Wednesday, April 17, 13
  20. 20. What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  21. 21. What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?BLOODY SUNDAYBLOODY SUNDAYTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONWednesday, April 17, 13
  22. 22. What Russianinstitutions didNicholas rely on toprop up his regime?BLOODY SUNDAYBLOODY SUNDAYTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONTHE 1905 REVOLUTIONWednesday, April 17, 13
  23. 23. Wednesday, April 17, 13
  24. 24. Nicholas and wife Alexandra werehappiest when away from thepublic and government affairs...Wednesday, April 17, 13
  25. 25. Nicholas and wife Alexandra werehappiest when away from thepublic and government affairs...Wednesday, April 17, 13
  26. 26. WORLD WAR IWednesday, April 17, 13
  27. 27. WORLD WAR IHow did Russians, like most Europeans, greet theoutbreak of World War I?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  28. 28. WORLD WAR IHow did Russians, like most Europeans, greet theoutbreak of World War I?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  29. 29. THE PROVISIONALGOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
  30. 30. THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWednesday, April 17, 13
  31. 31. THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWhat is a Marxist interpretation of the Provisional Government and the forces that swept it intopower?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  32. 32. THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENTWhat is a Marxist interpretation of the Provisional Government and the forces that swept it intopower?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  33. 33. WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Wednesday, April 17, 13
  34. 34. WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Peace, land, and bread!Wednesday, April 17, 13
  35. 35. WHAT DID LENIN WANT?Peace, land, and bread!We don’t need bourgeoisdemocracy!All power to the Soviets!Wednesday, April 17, 13
  36. 36. The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninWednesday, April 17, 13
  37. 37. The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Provisional Government] unquestionably remainson Russias part a predatory imperialist war owing to the capitalist nature of that government, not theslightest concession to a "revolutionary defencism" is permissible. . . .Wednesday, April 17, 13
  38. 38. The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Provisional Government] unquestionably remainson Russias part a predatory imperialist war owing to the capitalist nature of that government, not theslightest concession to a "revolutionary defencism" is permissible. . . .Rejection of Liberalism2. . . . No support for the Provisional Government; . . .3. Not a parliamentary republic- to return to a parliamentary republic from the Soviets of WorkersDeputies would be a retrograde step- but a republic of Soviets of Workers, Agricultural Labourers, andPeasants Deputies throughout the country, from top to bottom.Wednesday, April 17, 13
  39. 39. The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Provisional Government] unquestionably remainson Russias part a predatory imperialist war owing to the capitalist nature of that government, not theslightest concession to a "revolutionary defencism" is permissible. . . .Rejection of Liberalism2. . . . No support for the Provisional Government; . . .3. Not a parliamentary republic- to return to a parliamentary republic from the Soviets of WorkersDeputies would be a retrograde step- but a republic of Soviets of Workers, Agricultural Labourers, andPeasants Deputies throughout the country, from top to bottom.Redistrbution of Land4. The weight of emphasis in the agrarian programme to be shifted to the Soviets of AgriculturalLabourers Deputies. Confiscation of all landed estates. Nationalisation of all lands in the country, theland to be disposed of by the local Soviets of Agricultural Labourers and Peasants Deputies.Wednesday, April 17, 13
  40. 40. The Program of the Bolsheviks: April ThesisV. I. LeninAn End to War1. In our attitude towards the war, which under the [Provisional Government] unquestionably remainson Russias part a predatory imperialist war owing to the capitalist nature of that government, not theslightest concession to a "revolutionary defencism" is permissible. . . .Rejection of Liberalism2. . . . No support for the Provisional Government; . . .3. Not a parliamentary republic- to return to a parliamentary republic from the Soviets of WorkersDeputies would be a retrograde step- but a republic of Soviets of Workers, Agricultural Labourers, andPeasants Deputies throughout the country, from top to bottom.Redistrbution of Land4. The weight of emphasis in the agrarian programme to be shifted to the Soviets of AgriculturalLabourers Deputies. Confiscation of all landed estates. Nationalisation of all lands in the country, theland to be disposed of by the local Soviets of Agricultural Labourers and Peasants Deputies.Nationalization of Major Institutions5. The immediate amalgamation of all banks in the country into a single national bank, and theinstitution of control over it by the Soviet of Workers’ Deputies.Wednesday, April 17, 13
  41. 41. MarxismvsMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
  42. 42. MARXISM REVISITEDWednesday, April 17, 13
  43. 43. MARXISM REVISITEDvs.Wednesday, April 17, 13
  44. 44. Wednesday, April 17, 13
  45. 45. MarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
  46. 46. CAPITALISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
  47. 47. CAPITALISMSOCIALISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
  48. 48. CAPITALISMSOCIALISMCOMMUNISMMarxismWednesday, April 17, 13
  49. 49. Marxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
  50. 50. CAPITALISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
  51. 51. CAPITALISMPEASANTSOCIALISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
  52. 52. CAPITALISMPEASANTSOCIALISMCOMMUNISMMarxism-LeninismWednesday, April 17, 13
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