09April08 - The Peace Settlement and the Russian Revolution...

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The Peace Settlement and the Russian Revolution Lecture Reading – Sherman, Chapter 22, pages 688-698. I) Peace Settlement II) Paris Peace Conference A) Germans lose territory, colonies, military B) War reparations required C) War Guilt Clause D) Austria-Hungary divided E) Ottoman Empire totally dissolved F) Territories in Middle East become mandates G) Italy largely left out H) Inadequacies of Peace I) Make war almost inevitable J) Germany punished, not destroyed K) New democracies not able to handle international economic depression, mass politics L) Only 20 years of official peace follow end of the war III) The Russian Revolution IV)1905 Rehearsal A) 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese war B) Liberal and radical groups press for change C) Demands for reforms spiral out of control D) Government falters E) Nicholas II issues a new manifesto promising civil liberties, a popularly elected Duma (parliament), legalization of unions F) Troops return, repression restores the old order by 1907 V) Countdown to Revolution
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Popiel during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.

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