PPT_StalinUSSR2010bb

PPT_StalinUSSR2010bb - that post . . . “ -Lenin Five Year...

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Stalin’s Soviet Union
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USSR Did the Bolsheviks receive popular support Peasants Workers Soviets National minorities A workers’ State? Dictatorship of the party
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USSR: Renegade State Civil War League of Nations Renunciation of Debt Comintern
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Building Socialism? War Communism Economic Collapse (1921) Industry: 1/5 of 1913 Workers: 3.6m to 1.5 Famine & Epidemics Refugees Soldiers New Economic Program (NEP), 1921-28) Kulaks
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Lenin’s Funeral, 1924
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Successor to Lenin Nikolai Bukharin Leon Trotsky world revolution / “permanent revolution” Joseph Stalin General Secretary of Communist Party
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“Stalin is too rude, and this defect, though quite tolerable in our midst and in dealings among us Communists, becomes intolerable in a General Secretary. That is why I suggest that the comrades think about a way to remove Stalin from
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Unformatted text preview: that post . . . “ -Lenin Five Year Plans • First Five Year Plan, 1928-32 – Forced industrialization / agricultural collectivization – Kulaks – Famine (1932-33) • Second Five Year Plan, 1933-37 – Iron/Steel +400%--Coal +300% • Urbanization Terror • NKVD • Purges, 1933-38 – “show trials” • Totalitarianism “you know they are putting people in prison for nothing now”-Local Party Official, 1938 Solovetsk Special Camp GULAG Solovetsk Special Camp GULAG Solovetsk Special Camp GULAG Toll • 1937-38 – 8.5 million arrested – 1 million shot – 1/2 party membership arrested (1.2 m) • 600,000 killed – 8 million in Gulag work camps • 1918-1939: 22 million dead Summary and Conclusions • Stalinized Soviet State • Popular support? • Lenin versus Stalin?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HST 112 taught by Professor Ebner during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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