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Unformatted text preview: BOLSHEVIKS BOLSHEVIKS COME TO POWER COUNCIL OF PEOPLE’S COUNCIL COMMISSARS LENIN (CHAIRMAN) LENIN TROTSKY (FOREIGN TROTSKY AFFAIRS) STALIN (NATIONALITY) STALIN LAND AND PEACE LAND THE BOLSHEVIKS THE LEON TROTSKY (1879-1940) JOSEPH STALIN 1878-1953 THE CIVIL WAR (1918-20) THE INTRODUCTION OF THE GREGORIAN INTRODUCTION CALENDER (February 1, 1918) BREST-LITOVSK PEACE BREST-LITOVSK NEGOTIATIONS (November 20, 1917 – March 3, 1918) BRITISH INTERVENTION (March 1918) BRITISH 14 ALLIED NATIONS 14 EXECUTION OF NICHOLAS II AND HIS EXECUTION FAMILY (July 16, 1918) BREAKAWAY NATIONALIST BREAKAWAY NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS (1917-1918) RED ARMY (LEON TROTSKY) RED WHITE ARMIES WHITE THE DEFEAT OF GENERAL BARON THE PETER WRANGEL IN CRIMEA (November 17, 1920) THE BOLSHEVIK CONQUEST OF THE THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST (1920-22) PROCLAMATION OF THE U.S.S.R. PROCLAMATION (December 30, 1922) LENIN’S DEATH (January 21, 1924) LENIN’ THE COMINTERN N THE FIRST THE COMINTERN CONGRESS (March 2-6, 1919) GREGORY ZINOVIEV GREGORY (1883-1936) THE SOVIET UNITED SOCCER THE TEAM STALIN COMES TO POWER STALIN JOSEPH STALIN 1878-1953 THE ABSENCE OF THE WORLD THE REVOLUTION PARTY-SOVIET BUREAUCRACY PARTY-SOVIET (CADRE) GENERAL SECRETARY OF THE GENERAL CENTRAL COMMITTEE (April 3, 1922) STALIN’S THE OCTOBER STALIN THE REVOLUTION AND THE TACTICS OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS (December 1924) THEORY OF SOCIALISM IN ONE THEORY COUNTRY THE UNITED LEFT OPPOSITION (APRIL 1926 – DECEMBER 1927) TROTSKY, LEV KAMENEV, ZINOVIEV STALINISM STALINISM _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ EXPULSION OF THE LEFT OPPOSITION MEMBERS (November – December, 1927) TROTSKY’S EXILE TO CENTRAL ASIA (January 16, 1928) TROTSKY’ TROTSKY’S EXPULSION FROM THE USSR (February 12, 1929) TROTSKY’ STATISM COLLECTIVIZATION (1927-1930) KULAK (A FIST) (A INDUSTRIALIZATION FIVE-YEAR PLANS (1928-32; 1933-7; 1938-41) 1933-7; 1938-41) FAMINE (1932-3) VICTIMS (13 MILLION PEASANTS) TERROR CULT OF PERSONALITY MILITARISM ANTI-LIBERALISM EIGHT-HOUR WORKDAY PUBLIC WORKS WELFARE PROGRAM ...
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