Third Notes after midterm - Week of 11-1 and 11-3

Third Notes after midterm - Week of 11-1 and 11-3 - Impact...

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Impact of the Great War (11-1) I-From Integration to Disintegration II-The Russian Revolution III-The German Revolution IV-Visions of Post-War -Wounded and mutilated were sights of the war. Don’t count as dead but just as bad. Shattered individuals represented shattered Europe. Armenian Massacres- Took place under Ottoman empire when it was fighting. War was seen as an opportunity to remake the ethnic map. Armenians taken into the desert and killed. Hint of things to come, not only soldiers would be killed but civilians as well. Belt of mixed peoples- People from everywhere jumbled together and divided into states. 1914- Everyone rallied around their flags Bolsheviks- Vanguard- Lenin- said war wasn’t between nations and workers would be victims. Conversion of World War into Civil War. Famous slogan “Peace, Land, Bread” Said revolutions would move westward from Russia, thus will adopt the Russian revolution. Must stay in power till this happens. Dictatorship or the Proletariat- said Bolsheviks would rule working class
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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.

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Third Notes after midterm - Week of 11-1 and 11-3 - Impact...

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