Russian Revolution vs. Animal Farm

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Mr. Jones

Czar Nicholas II

Mr. Jones

irresponsible to his animals (lets them starve)

Mr. Jones

sometimes cruel- beats them with a whip

Mr. Jones

sometimes kind-mixes milk in animal mash

Czar Nicholas II

Mr. Jones

Czar Nicholas II

a poor leader at best, compared to western kings

Czar Nicholas II

cruel-sometimes brutal with opponents

Czar Nicholas II

sometimes kind- hired students as spies to make money

Old Major

Karl Marx

Karl Marx

Old Major

Old Major

taught Animalism

Old Major

workers do the work, rich keep the money, animals revolt

Old Major

dies before revolution

Karl Marx

invented Communism

Karl Marx

"workers of the world unite", take over government

Karl Marx

dies before Russian Revolution

Animalism

no owners, no rich, but no poor

Animalism

workers get a better life, all animals equal

Animalism

everyone owns the farm

Communism

same

Communism

all people equal

Communism

government owns everything, people own government

Snowball

young, smart, good speaker, idealistic

Snowball

really wants to make life better for all

Snowball

one of the leaders of the revolution

Snowball

chased away into exile by Napoleon's dogs

Leon Trotsky

Snowball

Snowball

Leon Trotsky

Leon Trotsky

other leader of the "October Revolution"

Leon Trotsky

pure communist, followed Marx

Leon Trotsky

wanted to improve life for all in Russia

Leon Trotsky

chased away by Lenin's KGB

Napoleon

not a good speaker, not as clever as Snowball

Napoleon

cruel, brutal, selfish, devious, corrupt

Napoleon

his ambition is for power, killed opponents

Napoleon

used dogs, moses, and squealor to control animals

Joseph Stalin

Napoleon

Napoleon

Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stalin

not a good speaker, not educated like Trotsky

Joseph Stalin

same as Napoleon, didn't follow Marx's ideas

Joseph Stalin

cared for power, killed all that opposed him

Joseph Stalin

used KGB, allowed church, and propagadized

Squealar

Propaganda department of Lenin's government

Propaganda department of Lenin's government

Squealar

Squealar

big mouth, talks a lot

Squealar

convinces animals to believe and follow Napoleon

Squealar

changes and manipulates the commandments

Propaganda department of Lenin's government

worked for Stalin to support his image

Propaganda department of Lenin's government

used any lie to convince people to follow Stalin

Propaganda department of Lenin's government

benefited from the fact that education was controlled

The Dogs

KGB

KGB

The Dogs

The Dogs

a private army that used fear to force animals to work

The Dogs

killed or intimidated any opponent of Napoleon

The Dogs

another part of Napoleon's strategy to control animals

KGB

not really police, but forced support for Stalin

KGB

used force, often killed entire families for disobedience.

KGB

totally loyal, part of Lenin's power, even over army

Moses the Raven

tells animals about SugarCandy mountain- heaven

Moses the Raven

animals can go there if they work hard

Moses the Raven

Snowball and Major were against him

Moses the Raven

they though heaven was a lie to make animals work

Moses the Raven

Napoleon let him stay because he taught animals to

Moses the Raven

work and not complain

Moses the Raven

Religion

Religion

Moses the Raven

Religion

Marx said "Opiate of the people" a lie

Religion

used to make people not complain and do their work

Religion

was tolerated because people would work

Religion

Stalin knew religion would stop violent revolutions

Mollie

was vain- loved her beauty and self

Mollie

didn't think about animal farm

Mollie

went with anyone who gave her what she wanted

Mollie

Vain, selfish people in Russia and world

Vain, selfish people in Russia and world

Mollie

Vain, selfish people in Russia and world

some people didn't care about the revolution

Vain, selfish people in Russia and world

only thought about themselves

Vain, selfish people in Russia and world

went to other countries that offered more for them

Boxer

strong, hard-working horse, believes in animal farm

Boxer

'Napoleon is always right', 'I must work harder'

Boxer

gives his all, is betrayed by Napoleon who sells him

Boxer

Dedicated, but tricked communist supporters

Dedicated, but tricked communist supporters

Boxer

Dedicated, but tricked communist supporters

people believed Stalin because he was "Communist"

Dedicated, but tricked communist supporters

many stayed loyal after it was obvious Stalin a tyrant

Dedicated, but tricked communist supporters

betrayed by Stalin who ignored and killed them

Benjamin

old, wise donkey who is suspcious of revolution

Benjamin

thinks 'nothing ever changes', is right

Benjamin

his suspicions are true, Boxer and sign changes

Benjamin

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

weren't sure revolution would change anything

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

realized that a crazy leader can call himself communist

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

knew that communism wouldn't work with power

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

hungry leaders

Skeptical people in Russia and outside of Russia

Benjamin

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