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Russia                                 Mrs. An                        Weinbaum Yeshiva High SchoolThis work is licensed un...
1. Russian Kingdom, 862-12402. Mongol Yoke, 1240-14803. Grand Duchy of Moscow (Muscovy,   the Third Rome) 1283-15474. Russ...
1. Russian Kingdom,862-1240• Rus Origins• Primary Chronicle• About the 800s-1100s• Written between 800s and  1500s• Top im...
Hagia Sophia
2. Mongol Yoke 1240-1480
• How do Rus choice of Byzantine  Empire/religion and control by Mongols,  both of which occur long before AP Euro  starts...
3. Grand Duchy of Moscow (Muscovy,    the Third Rome) 1283-1547
4. Russian Empire 1480-1917• “Ivans” make Moscow stronger and free it from Mongol  rule• Ivan I 1328-1341 – Ivan Moneybags...
• Ivan the Great• 1462, expanding  Russian control• Warm-water  port?
Boyars = noblesGeographic, political,  cultural isolation• Serfdom and  agricultural until 1800s• Byzantine Christianity• ...
Peter the Great, 1682-1725
Westernization• Social/cultural• Economic  – Agricultural  – Industrial• Church• Government• Military
Catherine the Great, 1762-1796Enlightened despot                     Pugachev’s Rebellion, 1774-75
• Alexander I, 1801-1825   – Decembrist Revolt, 1825• Nicholas I, 1825-1855   – Ended Decembrist revolt   – Crimean war – ...
• Bloody Sunday, 1905
5. Provisional Government 1917• Kerensky, renamed Russian Republic, 1917
Russian Revolution, 1917Working people arise! – the Russian Revolutions idealized  self–image by Valentin Alexandrovich Se...
Lenin
"Bolshevik," by Boris Kustodiev, 1920
Leaflet issued by the Bolsheviks    in Mourmansk in 1919• For the first time in history the working people have got  contr...
Russian Civil War“Long Live World October [revolution]!” A poster of the Russian Civil War,   1918-1922 says: Long Live Wo...
• Poster of the  counter-  revolutionary  and anti-Semitic  White Army
6. USSR, 1922-1991• The USSR = union of four Soviet republics, grew  to 15, formed in 1922• Two titles: President and Prem...
Lenin• New Economic Policy market place
Mikhail Cheremnykh: Financial    Report for 1921 (1921)
Stalin
Reagan and Gorbachev
Pan-European Picnic, 8-89
Berlin Wall
6. Russian Federation, 1991-present
• "Put an end to  the dictator in  Chile!  Democracy  now!"
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  1. 1. Russia Mrs. An Weinbaum Yeshiva High SchoolThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visithttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041,USA.
  2. 2. 1. Russian Kingdom, 862-12402. Mongol Yoke, 1240-14803. Grand Duchy of Moscow (Muscovy, the Third Rome) 1283-15474. Russian Empire, 1613-19175. Provisional Government, 19176. USSR, 1922-19917. Russian Federation, 1991-present
  3. 3. 1. Russian Kingdom,862-1240• Rus Origins• Primary Chronicle• About the 800s-1100s• Written between 800s and 1500s• Top image: Vladimir sending delegates to find a new religion• Choose Byzantine
  4. 4. Hagia Sophia
  5. 5. 2. Mongol Yoke 1240-1480
  6. 6. • How do Rus choice of Byzantine Empire/religion and control by Mongols, both of which occur long before AP Euro starts, tie into our class?
  7. 7. 3. Grand Duchy of Moscow (Muscovy, the Third Rome) 1283-1547
  8. 8. 4. Russian Empire 1480-1917• “Ivans” make Moscow stronger and free it from Mongol rule• Ivan I 1328-1341 – Ivan Moneybags• Ivan III 1462-1505 – Ivan the Great – first called Tsar• Ivan IV 1533-1584 – Ivan the Terrible – Reign of terror – against boyars (nobles) and ordinary ppl – Killed his own son, heir so chaos, power struggles over next czar• Romanov dynasty (1613-1917) – Nicholas II – last Romanov – abdicated during WWI
  9. 9. • Ivan the Great• 1462, expanding Russian control• Warm-water port?
  10. 10. Boyars = noblesGeographic, political, cultural isolation• Serfdom and agricultural until 1800s• Byzantine Christianity• Geographic barriers• Isolated from changes in western Europe
  11. 11. Peter the Great, 1682-1725
  12. 12. Westernization• Social/cultural• Economic – Agricultural – Industrial• Church• Government• Military
  13. 13. Catherine the Great, 1762-1796Enlightened despot Pugachev’s Rebellion, 1774-75
  14. 14. • Alexander I, 1801-1825 – Decembrist Revolt, 1825• Nicholas I, 1825-1855 – Ended Decembrist revolt – Crimean war – led to some reforms• Alexander II, 1855-1881 – Freed the serfs, sort of – nihilism• Alexander III, 1881-1894 – Absolute monarch – Pogroms against Jews• Nicholas II, 1894-1917 – Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905 – Revolutions 1905, 1917 – abdicated
  15. 15. • Bloody Sunday, 1905
  16. 16. 5. Provisional Government 1917• Kerensky, renamed Russian Republic, 1917
  17. 17. Russian Revolution, 1917Working people arise! – the Russian Revolutions idealized self–image by Valentin Alexandrovich Serov.
  18. 18. Lenin
  19. 19. "Bolshevik," by Boris Kustodiev, 1920
  20. 20. Leaflet issued by the Bolsheviks in Mourmansk in 1919• For the first time in history the working people have got control of their country. The workers of all countries are striving to achieve this object. We in Russia have succeeded. We have thrown off the rule of the Tsar, of landlords, and of capitalists. But we have still tremendous difficulties to overcome. We cannot build a new society in a day. We deserve to be left alone. We ask you, are you going to crash us? To help give Russia back to the landlords, the capitalists and Tsar?
  21. 21. Russian Civil War“Long Live World October [revolution]!” A poster of the Russian Civil War, 1918-1922 says: Long Live World October [revolution]! The workers conquered power in Russia and will conquer power in the entire world.
  22. 22. • Poster of the counter- revolutionary and anti-Semitic White Army
  23. 23. 6. USSR, 1922-1991• The USSR = union of four Soviet republics, grew to 15, formed in 1922• Two titles: President and Premier – so some confusion over who was the top leader – these are the key leaders• · Lenin = 1917-1924• · Stalin = 1927-1953• · Khrushchev = 1953-1964• · Brezhnev = 1964-1982• · Andropov = 1982-1984• · Chernenko = 1984-1985• · Gorbachev = 1985-1991
  24. 24. Lenin• New Economic Policy market place
  25. 25. Mikhail Cheremnykh: Financial Report for 1921 (1921)
  26. 26. Stalin
  27. 27. Reagan and Gorbachev
  28. 28. Pan-European Picnic, 8-89
  29. 29. Berlin Wall
  30. 30. 6. Russian Federation, 1991-present
  31. 31. • "Put an end to the dictator in Chile! Democracy now!"

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