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Unformatted text preview: 11-15 and 11-17 The Soviet Experiment I-Industrialization and Collectivization II- The Gulag III-Scientific Socialism IV-The Great Transformation Democracy and TerrorCollectivization- Peasants would give up personal good for collectives. If necessary, force would be used Industrialization- 10 years. GulagKolyma- Famous gulag Kulaks- Capitalists in disguise Lysenko- Designated biological scientist of the Soviet Union. Genetics. Genetics vs. Environmentalism Economic and Cultural Revolutions-Peasants to Proletariat in 5 years. Robespierre and MarxPeasant Problem- peasants will leap from least productive peasants to most, economic town where peasants would farm. -Showed resistance Great Leap Forward- Peasants giving crops for industrial goods -Instead of international world war, Russia has internal transformation -Russia uses the USA as a model to build their economy 11-17 Towards WWII I-Arming for Conflict II-The Sliding Towards War III-Western Civilization Inverted Maginot Line- Line that stretched between France and Germanys boarder. Wall of defense to stop entrance into Germany. Japan expands- Wanted China because it had lots of people. Took Manchuria (1931), China (1937), Manehiko- Chinese place now under Japanese control Italy Expands- Ethiopia (1735), Germany Expands Rhineland?(1936), Austria (1938), Sudeten (1939), Bohemia (1939), Poland (1939) USSR Expands – Poland (1939), Finland (1940) Moscow/Pearl harbor (1941) Adolf Hitler declared war on the USA 4 days after Pearl Harbor. His armies were stopped outside of Moscow. Why did hitler do this? He has 2 major enemies. Anglo-Americans and Soviets. Have one major similarity. All Jews. Make world safe from domination of Jews. Lebenaraum-Invasion of Russia by Germany ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course HIST 0101 taught by Professor Drescher during the Fall '08 term at Pittsburgh.
- Fall '08