NAME

Question Types


Start With


Question Limit

of 30 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads

5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. Manifesto
  2. U.S.S.R.
  3. Supress
  4. Purge
  5. Rebellion
  1. a An uprising or organized opposition intended to change the existing government. It often demonstrate opposition but may not lead to revolution
  2. b To get rid of a nation or government of someone who is viewed as undesirable
  3. c A public declaration of intentions
  4. d To limit or forcibly stop; to stop the activities of a particular political group
  5. e this is the name that Russia changed to in 1922

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. A widespread shortage of food leading to starvation - one of the leading causes of rebellion and revolution
  2. Temporary, short-term
  3. they are members of the middle class. They are mostly thought as being conservative and materialistic
  4. Going against one's own country by fighting against your own country or aiding the enemy (see Benedict Arnold
  5. To quit or give up power

5 True/False Questions

  1. ProletariatA gradual process of change in which something changes into a significantly different form

          

  2. FashionableA widespread shortage of food leading to starvation - one of the leading causes of rebellion and revolution

          

  3. KulaksThe poorest members of Russian society

          

  4. SpeculateTo contemplate or think about why something happened or occured

          

  5. BolsheviksThey later became communists or changed their name to the communists after storming the winter palace and bringing in a a new government

          

Create Set