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Modern World History 1750-present Ch 18.3
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18.3 activity sheet

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18.3 activity sheet

  1. 1. Student__________________________________class____date________ Modern World History 1750-present Ch 18.3 Terms/People: >Mensheviks (520) >Bolsheviks (520) >Vladimir Lenin (520) >Communist Party (521) >Red Army (521) Organizing Information: Rewrite the following in the correct sequence.  Formation of Communist Party  Strikes and demonstrations in Petrograd  Czar’s family imprisoned  Menshevik-Bolshevik quarrels  Czar abdicates the throne  October Revolution  Duma demands reforms  Petrograd Soviet formed 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Circle the boldface word/phrase that BEST completes each statement. 1. At the beginning of WWI, Russia’s army was well prepared/poorly supplied. 2. Supplies to Russia were cut off when Greece/the Ottoman Empire entered the war. 3. The czar dissolved the Duma when it demanded government reforms/an end to the war. 4. The czar lost power because he did not retain support of the Duma/army. 5. The Petrograd Soviet of Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies wanted more radical/less radical changes than did the provisional government in charge. 6. The socialists believed that the people should have economic equality/the right to vote on war. 7. The more powerful faction of the soviets, the Mensheviks/Bolsheviks, was led by Vladimir Lenin. 8. The Bolsheviks renamed themselves the Soviet Republicans/Communist Party. 9. The Russian decision to end the war angered the Allies/Central Powers. 10. Civil war between the Red Army, which did/did not support the monarchy, and the Whites lasted about three years.

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