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  • Russia Part 2

    1. 1. RUSSIAPART 2
    2. 2. History
    3. 3. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.
    4. 4. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.
    5. 5. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.
    6. 6. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.
    7. 7. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.There was a large population of farm laborers, known as (17) SERFS,who were bought and sold with the land.
    8. 8. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.There was a large population of farm laborers, known as (17) SERFS,who were bought and sold with the land.In 1812, (18) NAPOLEON tried to conquer Russia, but failed becauseof “General Winter.” Peter Tchaikovsky wrote the 1812 Overture tocelebrate their victory.
    9. 9. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.There was a large population of farm laborers, known as (17) SERFS,who were bought and sold with the land.In 1812, (18) NAPOLEON tried to conquer Russia, but failed becauseof “General Winter.” Peter Tchaikovsky wrote the 1812 Overture tocelebrate their victory.In the late 1800’s, Russia began to (19) INDUSTRIALIZE, or changeits economy to rely more on manufacturing and less on farming.
    10. 10. HistoryRussian leaders were called (15) CZARS; they expanded Russia’sborders.Peter the Great built (16) ST. PETERSBURG as the new capital in the1700s.There was a large population of farm laborers, known as (17) SERFS,who were bought and sold with the land.In 1812, (18) NAPOLEON tried to conquer Russia, but failed becauseof “General Winter.” Peter Tchaikovsky wrote the 1812 Overture tocelebrate their victory.In the late 1800’s, Russia began to (19) INDUSTRIALIZE, or changeits economy to rely more on manufacturing and less on farming.
    11. 11. History
    12. 12. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.
    13. 13. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.A second revolt later that year brought (20)VLADIMIR LENIN to power and set up acommunist government.
    14. 14. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.A second revolt later that year brought (20)VLADIMIR LENIN to power and set up acommunist government.
    15. 15. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.A second revolt later that year brought (20)VLADIMIR LENIN to power and set up acommunist government.
    16. 16. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.A second revolt later that year brought (20)VLADIMIR LENIN to power and set up acommunist government.In 1922, they set up the (21) USSR, or Union ofSoviet Socialist Republics
    17. 17. HistoryIn 1917, a revolt forced Czar Nicholas II to give upthe throne.A second revolt later that year brought (20)VLADIMIR LENIN to power and set up acommunist government.In 1922, they set up the (21) USSR, or Union ofSoviet Socialist RepublicsIt included Russia and 14 other countries Russiahad conquered.
    18. 18. History
    19. 19. History(22) JOSEPH STALIN came to power and set upcommunist governments in Eastern Europeancountries
    20. 20. History(22) JOSEPH STALIN came to power and set upcommunist governments in Eastern Europeancountries
    21. 21. History(22) JOSEPH STALIN came to power and set upcommunist governments in Eastern Europeancountries
    22. 22. History(22) JOSEPH STALIN came to power and set upcommunist governments in Eastern EuropeancountriesThey became (23) “SATELLITE NATIONS,”countries controlled by another, more powerfulnation.
    23. 23. History(22) JOSEPH STALIN came to power and set upcommunist governments in Eastern EuropeancountriesThey became (23) “SATELLITE NATIONS,”countries controlled by another, more powerfulnation.The USSR and the United States became engagedin the (24) COLD WAR, competing for worldinfluence.
    24. 24. History
    25. 25. HistoryUnder the communist government, there was ascarcity of goods and housing.
    26. 26. HistoryUnder the communist government, there was ascarcity of goods and housing.In the 1980’s, the government started to movetoward a (25) FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM,when most businesses are privately owned andthere is competition.
    27. 27. HistoryUnder the communist government, there was ascarcity of goods and housing.In the 1980’s, the government started to movetoward a (25) FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM,when most businesses are privately owned andthere is competition.By (26) 1991, all of the Soviet satellites had endedcommunist rule and changed to democraticgovernments.
    28. 28. Economic Regions
    29. 29. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).
    30. 30. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).Port Cities: (28) KALININGRAD is a free port on the Baltic Sea,it is the only port that is ice-free year-round. Other importantports are St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Vladivostok.
    31. 31. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).Port Cities: (28) KALININGRAD is a free port on the Baltic Sea,it is the only port that is ice-free year-round. Other importantports are St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Vladivostok.
    32. 32. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).Port Cities: (28) KALININGRAD is a free port on the Baltic Sea,it is the only port that is ice-free year-round. Other importantports are St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Vladivostok.
    33. 33. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).Port Cities: (28) KALININGRAD is a free port on the Baltic Sea,it is the only port that is ice-free year-round. Other importantports are St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Vladivostok.(29) SIBERIA: Has a large supply of oil, natural gas, iron,uranium, gold, diamonds, coal, and lumber, but the harshclimate makes it nearly impossible to get to and export.
    34. 34. Economic Regions(27) MOSCOW REGION: Transportation hub; home to heavyindustry (production of machinery, mining equipment, steel)and light industry (production of consumer goods: clothing,furniture, etc).Port Cities: (28) KALININGRAD is a free port on the Baltic Sea,it is the only port that is ice-free year-round. Other importantports are St. Petersburg, Murmansk, and Vladivostok.(29) SIBERIA: Has a large supply of oil, natural gas, iron,uranium, gold, diamonds, coal, and lumber, but the harshclimate makes it nearly impossible to get to and export.Volga and Urals Region: Rivers are used for transportation, (30)IRRIGATION, and hydroelectric power.
    35. 35. Government
    36. 36. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.
    37. 37. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.
    38. 38. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.The president has stronger powers than theAmerican president. He can make laws withouthaving the legislature pass them.
    39. 39. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.The president has stronger powers than theAmerican president. He can make laws withouthaving the legislature pass them.
    40. 40. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.The president has stronger powers than the Vladimir PutinAmerican president. He can make laws withouthaving the legislature pass them.
    41. 41. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.The president has stronger powers than theAmerican president. He can make laws withouthaving the legislature pass them.
    42. 42. GovernmentToday Russia is a (31) DEMOCRACY: the peoplefreely elect their leaders.It is also a (32) FEDERAL REPUBLIC: power isdivided between national and state governmentswith a president leading the nation.The president has stronger powers than theAmerican president. He can make laws withouthaving the legislature pass them.
    43. 43. People
    44. 44. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.
    45. 45. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)
    46. 46. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.
    47. 47. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.A traditional food is (46) BORSCHT, a soup madefrom beets.
    48. 48. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.A traditional food is (46) BORSCHT, a soup madefrom beets.
    49. 49. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.A traditional food is (46) BORSCHT, a soup madefrom beets.
    50. 50. PeopleThe majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.A traditional food is (46) BORSCHT, a soup madefrom beets.Popular sports include (47) ICE HOCKEY andFIGURE SKATING.
    51. 51. People Population: 145,500,000The majority of people are of (33) SLAVIC ancestry.(34) 70% of people are Russian Orthodox (a form ofChristianity)Important holidays include New Year’s Eve and (35)MAY DAY, which honors Russian workers.A traditional food is (46) BORSCHT, a soup madefrom beets.Popular sports include (47) ICE HOCKEY andFIGURE SKATING.
    52. 52. St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow
    53. 53. Senate Building Lenin’s Tomb State History Museum Red Square, Moscow
    54. 54. GUM Red Square, Moscow
    55. 55. Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

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