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WWI

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Vladimir Lenin Exiled revolutionary Inspired by Karl Marx Leader of the Bolsheviks Promised " Peace, Land, and Bread" He took power during the November Revolution in a non- violent Coup d' etat
March Revolution During WWI, 1917 Protesters were rioting over lack of food, land and loss in WWI Czar Nicholas II soldiers refused to support him Abdicated his throne ( stepped down)
Bolshevik Revolution November, 1917 Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks non violently took power in a coup d'etat Duma gave up power quickly
Russian Civil War 1917-1922 Fought between the: Reds- Communist/ Bolsheviks Whites- Supporters of the Czar The Romanov Royal family was executed
" Peace, Land, and Bread" Vladimir Lenin's slogan Peace- End of WWI Land- Peasants with their own plot of land Bread- Access to food
Lenin's New Economic Policy Put large industry and all banks under communist government control Allowed some private ownership of business Capitalism--> Command Economy
Joseph Stalin 1924- 1953 ( in power) Nicknamed "The Man of Steel" Ruthless totalitarian dictator Positives: Built up Soviet Industry/ Super power Negatives: Took away freedom, human rights violation
Great Purge Stalin ordered the execution of all enemies of the communist party
Totalitarian State Total control Total control over: Economy, Education, Industry, Government
Command Economy An economic system where the government controls/ regulates all aspects of the economy EX: Banks, industry, jobs, wages and products ** Produced Heavy Industry (Tanks) NOT consumer goods
Five- Year Plan A dramatic increase in industrial output, built the economy of the USSR *Heavy Industry- Tanks
Collectives Stalin took private farms and consolidated them Forced farmers to live and work together Terrible failure resulting in famine*
Famine in Ukraine Called the Holodomor- Ukrainian Genocide Peasants resisted Stalin's collectives As a punishment, Stalin took their grain, crops, farming equipment 3-6 million died in this famine
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