Russian Revolution VanderWoude

Russian Revolution VanderWoude

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  • Russia in WWI
  • We need to focus more on our military and less on industrialization. Our armies are very weak.
  • The February Revolution, 1917
  • I hate having to stand in line! NO MORE FOOD SHORTAGES!
  • Bolshevik Revolution October Revolution, 1917
  • All Power to the Soviets!
  • In the beginning of WWI , the Russian military was very unprepared. They had been focusing on industrialization. Within the first year of WWI Russia suffered 4 million casualties out of their 9 million total casualties.
  • Bolshevik Revolution October Revolution, 1917
  • The women and men working in factories go on strike because of the food shortages. After Czar Nicholas stepped down from the throne, the Duma is put in charge of ruling Russia.
  • Russian Civil War 1918-1919
  • By mid-August, many Russians began to support the transferring of the government to the Soviets. In September, the Bolsheviks began gaining majorities in some soviets.
  • Stalin’s Reforms, 1928
  • We must give these farm to the state. They may no longer be owned privately.
  • Lenin decided to overthrow the Provisional Government. During the night of October 24, Bolshevik soldiers quietly took control of the town. By the end of the day, the Provisional Government had surrendered. Lenin was put in charge and he gave the private land to the peasants and giving workers control of their factories.
  • Vladmir Lenin
  • We must give the private land to the peasants and give the workers control over their factories.
  • The Russian Civil War was fought between the Red army (Bolsheviks and Communists) and the White army (Czarists). Lenin (Bolsheviks) ordered everyone who was an enemy of his revolt to be arrested and killed. This included Czar Nicholas and his Family.
  • Vladmir Lenin
  • Czar Nicholas
  • After Lenin died in 1924, Joseph Stalin took power. He moved towards totalitarianism with rapid industrialization and state owned farms. He also kills anyone who opposes him or threatens his power. By the end of his purge, he ha killed 4.5 million people.
  • Joseph Stalin
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