History 12 Russian Revolution Test
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a faction within the Russian-Social Democratic Workers' Party that were focused on changing Russia peacefully through a evolutionary process
a left wing party that believed peasants should own land
Commander-in-chief of the Russian armies who ordered his troops to march on Petrograd, crush the Soviet and cleanse the government of socialists
a peace treaty signed between the Bolshevik government of Soviet Russia and the Central Powers that ended Russia's participation in World War 1
The dictator of the Soviet Union from the mid 1920 until his death in 1953. Had a "Five Year Plan" to modernize and industrialize the Soviet Union. Many citizens died of famine during this change. If he suspected someone opposed him, they were killed or sent to labour camps in Siberia.
leader of Provisional Government (His two main errors were ensuring Russia stayed in the war and not giving peasants land)
a group led by Lenin that wanted party membership to consist only of dedicated, professional revolutionaries
"Council of Workers"
a monk that "healed" the Tsar's sick son
a Russian communist revolutionary, leader of the Bolsheviks
introduced a series of reforms to make it easier for peasants to own land but was later assassinated
Constitutional Democrats (consisted of wealthy and professional businessmen, wanted to see an end of the Tsar's autocratic rule)
upper class peasants
wealthy, upper class
General who wins the Civil War
last Tsar of Russia
a miner that started a campaign (Stakhanovite Movement) to raise labour productivity by mastering new equipment and techniques
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