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The Rise of the Soviet Union From Lenin to Stalin
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I. Background to Revolution: The 19 th Century Liberty, equality and absolutism Peasant unrest Industrialization
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Czar Nicholas II
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The Imperial Family
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II. The Russian Revolution Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (d. 1924)
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Lenin as a young revolutionary 1890s
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A Russian Crisis World War I The February Revolution -- Alexander Kerensky Provisional Government --civil liberties --political parties
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Lenin’s Rise to Power --Marxism and Leninism --The Bolsheviks: “The Vanguard of the Proletariat” --Elections --”Peace, Power to the Soviets, Land to the Peasants” --The October Revolution, 1917: Ten Days That Shook the World
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Soldiers Rally in the Streets of Petrograd for the Bolsheviks, 1917
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“Either Death to Capitalism, or Death under the Heel of Capitalism”
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Triumph of Labor
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III. Before Stalin (1917-1927) Civil War (1918-1921) White Army, Red Army
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Economic devastation, Disease, Displaced People
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The Red Army in Victory
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The USSR
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The N.E.P. (1921-1929): a rural market
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Unformatted text preview: IV. The Rise of Josef Stalin • Trotsky vs. Stalin •--world revolution, or som in one country? Leon Trotsky (d. 1940) Trotsky Inspects the Red Army, 1921 Lenin and Trotsky, 1917 Josef Stalin (d. 1953) Lenin and Stalin, 1922 V. Stalin’s Program: Great Power Status • Stalin’s Choice: modernization or dependency • Five Year Plans and Central Economic Planning 1. Land Collectivization, 1929 Collective Farms--muzhiks and kulaks agricultural collapse, stabilization, and growth 1929 1933 (in millions) Horses 36.1 15.4 Cattle 66.8 33.5 Sheep 114.6 36.5 2. Sovietization The welfare state--medical care--public education and literacy—the Soviet message--women in workforce, aid for working mothers (childcare) 3. Industrialization Heavy industry--1929-1939, 600% growth--1932 third in world 4. Militarization: “The Red Army Will Astound the World!” Soviet Military Parade, 1930s Military Poster: “Long Live the Red Army”! 1935...
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