The three groups who protested their discontent Russian people who lived in

The three groups who protested their discontent

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The three groups who protested their discontent Russian people who lived in poverty after being freed Russia's form of government before the revolution Violent event of 1905 when soldiers shot peaceful marchers World War I Russian soldiers lacked these necessities. Capital of tsarist Russia The Russian people were promised these in 1905 but never got them. Russia had few of these two essentials of transportation. Two kinds of events that broke out in 1917 Members of this key group deserted the government and joined the rioters. Defeat in a war against this small country in 1904-05 exposed the Russian gov Uprising that forced some temporary reforms Parliament created after the 1905 uprising These were enormous for Russia in World War I. Decree of 1905 that promised individual liberties and limited elections The tsar's reaction to the legislature's demands for reform The Romanov monarchy ended in March 1917 when the tsar did this. Revolution and Civil War Local revolutionary councils of workers and soldiers The radical Marxists Leader of the Bolsheviks Class, very small in Russia, that Marx expected would revolt Symbolic revolutionary color adopted by the communists Temporary government set up in March 1917 The moderate Marxists Groups that rivaled the temporary government for power Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin modified this socialistic-communistic philosophy. Where Lenin had lived before his return to Russia The seizure of power in November 1917 New name for the Bolsheviks as of 1918 After the second revolution, Russia suffered through three years of this. The military forces of the new government Russian family whose rule ended in 1917 Country that arranged for Lenin's return to Russia from exile Lenin's slogan World War II participants with whom Russia signed peace treaties Russians who fought the Communists from 1917 to 1920 Western nations that helped the Whites with money, arms, and troops The uprising that ousted the tsar
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The Lenin Years New communist capital of the U.S.S.R. Old, precommunist capital of Russia Guiding economic system of the U.S.S.R. Fate of the tsar and his family Agriculture declined so badly, city people faced this. Owner of the major industries Alternative name for the U.S.S.R. Russia's official new name Tsar and tsarina who were the last ruling monarchs of Russia Separate government entities joined together in the federal union Lenin's modified version of Marxist theory Lenin decided the U.S.S.R. had to take this before it could take "two steps for Outside source of funds welcomed for development Groups whose needs were first met during the war Lack of this made it difficult to build a Marxist society. People who carried out the revolution instead of the workers Organization that ruled the Soviet Union under Lenin Marx based his "scientific socialism" on this form of economic development Lenin's economic policy, which was not pure Marxism Lenin's economic policy allowed some of this.
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