uc14 - FROM KHRUSHCHEV TO FROM KHRUSHCHEV TO GORBACHEV...

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Unformatted text preview: FROM KHRUSHCHEV TO FROM KHRUSHCHEV TO GORBACHEV LEONID BREZHNEV (1906­82, ruled 1964­82) REVIVAL OF STALINISM THE PRAGUE SPRING SOVIET INVASION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA (August 21, 1968) ALEXANDER DUBČEK (1921­92) BREZHNEV DOCTRINE (1968) DISSIDENT MOVEMENT ANDREI SAKHAROV (1921­89) SOLZHENITSYN’S EXPULSION FROM THE USSR (1974) THE AFGHAN WAR (December 26, 1979 – February 15, 1989) SAKHAROV’S EXILE TO GORKY (1980) YURI ANDROPOV (1914­84, ruled 1982­84) CONSTANTINE CHERNENKO (1911­85, ruled 1984­85) DEEPENING OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS 1928 (60.5 PERCENT OF OUTPUT WENT INTO CONSUMER GOODS) 1985 (25.2 PERCENT OF OUTPUT WENT INTO CONSUMER GOODS) MIKHAIL GORBACHEV MIKHAIL GORBACHEV (b. March 2, 1931) ► ► ► ► ► March 11, 1985 (GENERAL SECRETARY) REAGAN’S STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE (SDI) OR SPACE­BASED ANTIMISSILE­DEFENSE SYSTEM (March 23, 1983) April 23, 1985 (perestroika) October 11­12, 1986 (THE REYKJIAVIK SUMMIT) HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE GLASNOST GLASNOST SAKHAROV FREED FROM EXILE (December SAKHAROV 19, 1986) 19, SECOND DEATH OF STALIN SECOND UNREST IN THE BALTIC STATES (August 23, UNREST 1987) 1987) BORIS YELTSIN REMOVED FROM THE BORIS LEADERSHIP (November 11, 1987) LEADERSHIP WITHDRAWAL FROM AFGHANISTAN (February WITHDRAWAL 15, 1989) 15, THE FIRST CONGRESS OF PEOPLE’S THE DEPUTIES (May 25 – July 7, 1989) DEPUTIES RISE OF NATIONALISM LITHUANIA DECLARES INDEPENDENCE LITHUANIA (March 11, 1990) ESTONIA DECLARES INDEPENDENCE (March ESTONIA 30, 1990) LATVIA DECLARES INDEPENDENCE (May 14, LATVIA 1990) January 1991 (CRACKDOWNS IN LITHUANIA January AND LATVIA) AND EASTERN EUROPE’S REVOLUTIONS REVOLUTIONS DEMOCRATIC PARLIAMENTARTY ELECTIONS IN POLAND (June 4, 1989) HUNGARY OPENS BORDER TO AUSTRIA (September 10, 1989) PROMULGATION OF NON­ COMMUNIST HUNGARY (October 23, 1989) FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL (November 9, 1989) REVOLUTION IN BULGARIA (November 10, 1989) REVOLUTION IN CZHECHOSLOVAKIA (November 24, 1989) GORBACHEV AND GEORGE BUSH DECLARE THE COLD WAR ENDED (December 2, 1989) REVOLUTION IN ROMANIA (December 22, 1989) ...
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