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World History - Chapter 30 - Revolutions
Terms in this set (17)
the working class members of Russian society during the Revolution
a specific group of Communists who chose Lenin as their leader
the leader of the Bolshevik Party and the first Communist leader following the death of Nicholas II.
A mystic religious man who was the corrupt advisor of the Romanov family. He represented the corruption and inefficiency of the Romanov family rule.
provisional government (30.1)
The temporary government set up after the Romanov family was arrested.
The violent and costly global conflict that brought Russia to its limit and ultimately led to the start of the Russian Revolution.
Nicholas II and the Romanovs (30.1)
The leader of Russia, and his family, who were ultimately arrested and executed during the Russian Revolution. Nicholas II was a weak leader who was never able to control Russia.
A 'state' or province in Russia. Eventually, the Communist Party will found the 'Union of Soviet Socialist Republics' as a new state following the Russian Revolution.
Communist Party (30.1)
The political party founded by Lenin and other revolutionary leaders that led to the government controlling the means of production.
Joseph Stalin (30.1)
The Communist leader after Lenin who ruled with an iron first and morphed Russia into a Totalitarian Dictactorship.
The policy of complete and total state control of every day life. People are controlled through indoctrination, police terror, and propaganda.
Great Purge (30.2)
Stalin's system of executing political opponents who were unjustly labeled enemies of the state.
command economy (30.2)
The government dictates what the workers do for a profession and what products they create.
Five-Year Plan (30.2)
Stalin's vigorous economic restructuring plan that demanded a 200 percent or more increase in production every year for five years.
collective farm (30.2)
An agricultural community forced together in the Soviet Union who would provide the food output for the nation. On these collective farms, the practices of communism were put into effect.
Manipulating people to believe that their leader is perfect. Children are often targeted with this strategy to make them ultra-loyal to the state at a young age.
A forced labor camp typically in the middle of nowhere in the USSR, where political opponents were sent to labor and die.
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