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Russian Revolution Events AOS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution AOS1
The Great Spurt
Worker's living conditions pre-1905
St Petersburg population increase
Worker's wages decay 1904
1890 - 1900
16 in one apartment, 6 in one room
1.2 million 1897 -> 2.5 million 1904
Declined 20%
The Great Spurt
1890 - 1900
Worker's living conditions pre-1905
16 in one apartment, 6 in one room
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Russian Revolution LEADERS 1
Inessa Armand
Leon Trotsky
Alexei Brusilov
George Gapon
1874 - 1920. Born in Paris. Exiled. Immigrated to western Eur…
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
1853 - 1926. Renowned as Russia's most successful general, he…
1870 - 1906. Established the Assembly of Russian Factory Work…
Inessa Armand
1874 - 1920. Born in Paris. Exiled. Immigrated to western Eur…
Leon Trotsky
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
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Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution AOS1 dates
1848
1893 to 1903
8 may 1887
14 may 1896
Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Sergei Witte Minister of Finance - stabilised economy, increa…
Lenin's brother Alexander Ulyanov is hanged for plotting to k…
Nicholas II becomes Tsar
1848
Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
1893 to 1903
Sergei Witte Minister of Finance - stabilised economy, increa…
Russian Revolution aos1
Witte's Reforms (industrial)
Trans-Siberian Railway
Japanese-Russo War
Port Arthur fell to the Japanese
1890s
1891 - 1902
1904 - 1905
5 January 1905
Witte's Reforms (industrial)
1890s
Trans-Siberian Railway
1891 - 1902
Russian Revolution Area of Study 1
Tsar
'What is to be done?'
Russo-Japanese War
St. Petersburg Workers Strike
Divine, autocratic ruler of Russian Empire
Essay written by Lenin, arguing for an end to autocratic rule…
War fought between Russia and Japan, Russia suffered humiliat…
4 workers fired from Putilov Steelworks. Thousands strike in…
Tsar
Divine, autocratic ruler of Russian Empire
'What is to be done?'
Essay written by Lenin, arguing for an end to autocratic rule…
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WW1 and Russian Revolution
MAIN causes
Balkan Powder Keg
Moroccan Crisis
Triple Alliance
MANIA - which area militerisim, alliances, nationalisim, impe…
the area of the balkins (eastern countries, serbia, austria,…
1911 France wants to take over moracco, but Germany sends gun…
(Before war) Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
MAIN causes
MANIA - which area militerisim, alliances, nationalisim, impe…
Balkan Powder Keg
the area of the balkins (eastern countries, serbia, austria,…
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Russian Revolution pt 1
tsar
serf
gentry
"means of production"
An emperor of Russia before 1917
An agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
people of good social position
land, factories etc.
tsar
An emperor of Russia before 1917
serf
An agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
ww1/russian revolution
militarism
Alliances
nationalism
Pan-Slavism (Serbism)
A political orientation of a people or a government to mainta…
a union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially…
A sense of unity binding the people of a state together; devo…
The idea that Slavic peoples should identify with each other…
militarism
A political orientation of a people or a government to mainta…
Alliances
a union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially…
ww1 and russian revolution
militarism
imperialism
alliances
nationalism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
A policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
agreements between nations to aid and protect one another
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country
militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
imperialism
A policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
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WW1 & Russian Revolution
Total War
Nationalism
Mobilization
Propaganda
Complete use of people and resources in war.
Countries desire to be independent.
Movement of military troops and equipment to the front for war.
Is an attempt to influence public opinion for or against a ca…
Total War
Complete use of people and resources in war.
Nationalism
Countries desire to be independent.
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Russian Revolution AOS1 dates
1848
1893 to 1903
8 may 1887
14 may 1896
Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Sergei Witte Minister of Finance - stabilised economy, increa…
Lenins brother Alexander Ulyanov is hanged for plotting to ki…
Nicholas II becomes Tsar
1848
Communist Manifesto - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
1893 to 1903
Sergei Witte Minister of Finance - stabilised economy, increa…
Russian Revolution
proletariat
Bolsheviks
Lenin
Rasputin
Industrial working class
A group of revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
Founded the Communist Party in Russia and set up the world's…
Russian peasant monk who was able to influence Russian politi…
proletariat
Industrial working class
Bolsheviks
A group of revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
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WW1 and Russian Revolution
absolute support
Invasion of Belgium
Germany
Militarism
What kind of support did Germany give Austria
what was the first event?
Who invaded Belgium
The policy of glorifying the military and keeping an army pre…
absolute support
What kind of support did Germany give Austria
Invasion of Belgium
what was the first event?
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WW1 and Russian Revolution
Why did the US enter WW1?
What was the immediate cause of WW1?
Who was the first nation to declare war?
What region was the "powder keg" of Eu…
German subs attacked US ships
M.A.I.N.
Austria-Hungary
Balkans
Why did the US enter WW1?
German subs attacked US ships
What was the immediate cause of WW1?
M.A.I.N.
Russian Revolution and WW1
Type of government Russia had before r…
What led to the Russian Revolution
Why did provisional government fail?
What political group seized power in t…
-Autocratic led by a czar
-Defeat in Russo-Japanese War (1905 - led to failed 1905 Revo…
-It stayed in World War I
-Communists... -Bolsheviks (radical wing)
Type of government Russia had before r…
-Autocratic led by a czar
What led to the Russian Revolution
-Defeat in Russo-Japanese War (1905 - led to failed 1905 Revo…
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Russian Revolution, part 1
One of the major reasons for Russia's…
True or False: Russia withdrew its tro…
Czar Nicholas II was a(n) ___________…
(Short Answer) Describe one event of t…
inability of Russian industry to produce goods needed for war
True.
Autocratic
EX: The French were in an economic crisis prior to the French…
One of the major reasons for Russia's…
inability of Russian industry to produce goods needed for war
True or False: Russia withdrew its tro…
True.
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Topics- Russian Revolution 1
Isolation from Europe
Feudalism
Lack of Reforms
Agricultural Problems
Russia was only recently liberated from Mongol domination, so…
Feudalism is the system in which peasants labor on the land i…
Russia's government did not carry out several reforms. Throug…
Non-industrialized farming techniques. Highlights Russia's ba…
Isolation from Europe
Russia was only recently liberated from Mongol domination, so…
Feudalism
Feudalism is the system in which peasants labor on the land i…
Russian Revolution L1
Isolation from Europe
Feudalism
Lack of reforms
Agricultural problems
In 1890, Russia was economically and politically backward by…
Ever since the development of Russian government, there was a…
There was no freedom of speech or education for the masses. B…
Russia lacked a highly developed pre-industrial economic base…
Isolation from Europe
In 1890, Russia was economically and politically backward by…
Feudalism
Ever since the development of Russian government, there was a…
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Russian Revolution Quiz 1
Secret police
Peasant commune
Nicholas II
Orthodox Christianity
What was the Ohkrana?
What was a mir?
Who was the tsar at the beginning of the 20th century?
What was the main religion in Tsarist Russia?
Secret police
What was the Ohkrana?
Peasant commune
What was a mir?
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Russian Revolution LEADERS 1
Leon Trotsky
Alexander Kerensky
Karl Marx
Gregorii Rasputin
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
1881 - 1970. Joined the Socialist Revolutionaries in 1905. El…
1818 - 1883. Born in Germany, moved to Paris when he was exil…
1869 - 1916. A peasant from Siberia. After a visit to a monas…
Leon Trotsky
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
Alexander Kerensky
1881 - 1970. Joined the Socialist Revolutionaries in 1905. El…
WW1 and Russian Revolution
Years of WW1
Additional names for WW1
Underlying causes of war
Triple Alliance
1914-1918
The Great War, War to End all Wars, World War
nationalism, imperialism, militarism, alliances
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
Years of WW1
1914-1918
Additional names for WW1
The Great War, War to End all Wars, World War
Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution vocab 1
Steppes
Permafrost
Tundra
Taiga
A very large plain of dry grassland
Permanently frozen ground
Flat treeless land found in arctic and subarctic regions
The large forest area that stretches through northern Russia,…
Steppes
A very large plain of dry grassland
Permafrost
Permanently frozen ground
7.1 Russian Revolution
Abdicate
Bolsheviks
Cheka
Duma
Resign the Throne
A member of Russian Democratic party
Organization of Soviets
Russia member union
Abdicate
Resign the Throne
Bolsheviks
A member of Russian Democratic party
Russian Revolution 30.1
pogrom
proletariat
bolsheviks
lenin
organized violence against jews
in marxist theory, a group a workers who would overthrow the…
a group of revolutionary russian marxists who took control of…
major leader of the bolsheviks
pogrom
organized violence against jews
proletariat
in marxist theory, a group a workers who would overthrow the…
4.1 Russian Revolution
Tsar/czar
Nicholas II
Vladmir Lenin
Joseph Stalin
Title of a Russian emperor before 1917
The last crowned emperor of Russia;ruled from 1894 until his…
A Russian revolutionary and the leader of the Bolshevik party…
Harsh leader of the soviet union from 1924-1953. His main goa…
Tsar/czar
Title of a Russian emperor before 1917
Nicholas II
The last crowned emperor of Russia;ruled from 1894 until his…
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WW1 and Russian Revolution
Causes of WWI
Spark that started WWI
Allied powers
Central Powers
Imperialism, nationalism, militarism, and alliances
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
Italy, US, France, Britain, France, Japan, China, Russia
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire
Causes of WWI
Imperialism, nationalism, militarism, and alliances
Spark that started WWI
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
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Russian Revolution AOS 1
January 1905
May 1905
January-November 1905
October 1905
'Bloody Sunday' massacre of protestors by troops
Defeat at the Battle of Tsushima in the south-east of Asia
1905 revolution
St Petersburg Soviet formed by Trotsky
January 1905
'Bloody Sunday' massacre of protestors by troops
May 1905
Defeat at the Battle of Tsushima in the south-east of Asia
Russian Revolution quiz 1
Who has Russia been under control of f…
What did the enlightenment period make…
What did the Tsar's control and what r…
What social class were the majority of…
The Romanov dynasty
The people of Russia did not want an absolute monarchy which…
They control government and Economy. They kept Russia from in…
Peasants.
Who has Russia been under control of f…
The Romanov dynasty
What did the enlightenment period make…
The people of Russia did not want an absolute monarchy which…
Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution AOS 1
Bloody Sunday
Fundamental State Laws issues
October Manifesto
Dumas
9 January 1905... 200 killed ... Workers on strike... Brekqdown of tru…
23 April 1906... Takes back everything the Tsar said in Manifesto
17 October 1905... Ended 1905 revolution
1st: 1906... 2nd: 1907... 3rd: 1907-1912... 4th: 1912-1917
Bloody Sunday
9 January 1905... 200 killed ... Workers on strike... Brekqdown of tru…
Fundamental State Laws issues
23 April 1906... Takes back everything the Tsar said in Manifesto
Russian Revolution AOS 1
7-8th Jan 1905
9th Jan 1905
10th Jan 1905
14th June 1905
Major Strikes in St Petersburg
Bloody Sunday - 150,000 peaceful people led by Father Gapon
Further strikes - 400,000 ... Terrorism spreads to rural areas,…
Potemkin Mutiny
7-8th Jan 1905
Major Strikes in St Petersburg
9th Jan 1905
Bloody Sunday - 150,000 peaceful people led by Father Gapon
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WW1 & Russian Revolution
Main causes of World War I
Triple alliance
Triple Entente
Balkan Peninsula
Militarism. ... Alliances. ... Imperialsim.... Nationalism.
An alliance including Germany Austria-Hungary and Italy.... Purp…
French, Russia and Great Britain... Alliance against the triple…
Austria vs Serbia for Slavic population.... High tensions.
Main causes of World War I
Militarism. ... Alliances. ... Imperialsim.... Nationalism.
Triple alliance
An alliance including Germany Austria-Hungary and Italy.... Purp…
Russian revolution 1
RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR
Dismissal of four workers
BLOODY SUNDAY
1905 REVOLUTION
1904-1905
DECEMBER 4TH 1904
JANUARY 9TH 1905
JANUARY-OCTOBER 1905
RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR
1904-1905
Dismissal of four workers
DECEMBER 4TH 1904
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Russian Revolution 30.1
Alexander III's policy
Pogroms
Nicholas II
Industrialization and Revolutionary Mo…
- Autocracy - 1 ruler has all power... - Orthodoxy - 1 religion…
- organized violence against the Jews... - Jews practiced a reli…
- became Czar in 1894... - maintained the firm control of his fa…
- caused horrible conditions (child labor, low wages, and dan…
Alexander III's policy
- Autocracy - 1 ruler has all power... - Orthodoxy - 1 religion…
Pogroms
- organized violence against the Jews... - Jews practiced a reli…
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Russian Revolution LEADERS 1
Inessa Armand
Leon Trotsky
Alexei Brusilov
George Gapon
1874 - 1920. Born in Paris. Exiled. Immigrated to western Eur…
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
1853 - 1926. Renowned as Russia's most successful general, he…
1870 - 1906. Established the Assembly of Russian Factory Work…
Inessa Armand
1874 - 1920. Born in Paris. Exiled. Immigrated to western Eur…
Leon Trotsky
1879 - 1940. Born to a Ukrainian Jewish family, he changed hi…
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Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Establishment of Unions and Soviets
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May - October, 1905) Factory workers and peasants were now f…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
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Russian Revolution AOS 1
Emancipation of Serfs
Assassination of Alexander II
Start of Nicholas II's reign
The Great Spurt
1861
1881
1894
1890s
Emancipation of Serfs
1861
Assassination of Alexander II
1881
Russian Revolution EVENTS 1
Russo-Japanese War
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday Petition
Battle of Tsushima
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
(1905) Petition demanding better working conditions. Signed b…
(May, 1905) After six months of travel, the Russian navy was…
Russo-Japanese War
(1904-05) Russia's military identity and pride was destroyed…
Bloody Sunday
(January, 1905) A peaceful march to present a respectful peti…
Russian Revolution 1
Democratic Centralism
"Socialism in one country"
Cult of personality
Dictatorship of the proletariat
all have the right to argue POV until the decision is made; w…
SU could get communism without outside help
leader can do anything because the other people in charge wou…
disappear after communism... ruling of the working class
Democratic Centralism
all have the right to argue POV until the decision is made; w…
"Socialism in one country"
SU could get communism without outside help
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Russian Revolution Notes 1
depression
St. Petersburg
Bloody Sunday
Russo-Japanese
a major economic ____ occurred in Russia in the early 1900s
peasants took to the streets of _ _____ and demanded food.
the tsar ordered the army to fire one the crowd and this was…
Russia lost the ___-____ war in 1905 and WWI in 1917
depression
a major economic ____ occurred in Russia in the early 1900s
St. Petersburg
peasants took to the streets of _ _____ and demanded food.
World war 1 and the Russian Revolution
Rival
Central Powers
Allied Powers
Trench
One who tries to outdo another country or person
The allied nations of Germany, Austria- Hungary, Turkey, and…
The allied nations of Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, a…
A long narrow ditch
Rival
One who tries to outdo another country or person
Central Powers
The allied nations of Germany, Austria- Hungary, Turkey, and…
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WW1 & Russian Revolution
France-Prussian War
Lusitania
Zimmerman Note
Paris Peace Conference
Otto von Bismarck had already won northern Germany, and to wi…
After the germans issued unrestricted submarine warfare, a ge…
Germany's foreign secretary Arthur Zimmerman sent this note,…
the meeting in which the Allied victors, after WWI set the pe…
France-Prussian War
Otto von Bismarck had already won northern Germany, and to wi…
Lusitania
After the germans issued unrestricted submarine warfare, a ge…
WW1 and Russian Revolution
Shell shock
French Navy
Rasputin
what was the cause of Russian Revolution
Psychological disturbance caused by prolonged exposure to act…
The French were suppose to protect the British and French shi…
Illiterate monk says he is a man/healer opponents plan assass…
Struggling economy, many people in poverty, Bloody Sunday
Shell shock
Psychological disturbance caused by prolonged exposure to act…
French Navy
The French were suppose to protect the British and French shi…
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WW1 & Russian Revolution
Four causes of ww1
6 main powers
Triple alliance
Triple entente
Militarism,alliances,imperialism,nationalism
Russia, England, Germany, Italy, France, Austria-hungry
Germany, AH, Italy
England, France, Russia
Four causes of ww1
Militarism,alliances,imperialism,nationalism
6 main powers
Russia, England, Germany, Italy, France, Austria-hungry
WW1 & Russian Revolution
Nicholas 11
Czars of Russia- how far would they go…
Divided/Pre revolution society in Russia
Russo- Japanese War
Tsar, absolute monarchy, uses force to protect his authority.…
Secret police to enforce his way... Blocked attempts to limit hi…
Proletariat- working class... Bourgeois- rich, capitalist entrep…
original war Nicholas went in loos support durint, fighting f…
Nicholas 11
Tsar, absolute monarchy, uses force to protect his authority.…
Czars of Russia- how far would they go…
Secret police to enforce his way... Blocked attempts to limit hi…
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