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Cianci-Rowell

Political& Economic Facters After the Paris Settlement/The Soviet Experiment Beg

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Throughout the 1920s, calls either to revise or to enforce the Paris treaties contributed to what? Domestic political turmoil across the Continent
The United States refused to ask reparations from who, but did demand repayment of war debts from its own allies? Germany
The division of eastern and central Europe into a multitude of small states broke up what formerly encompassed by Germany and Austria-Hungary? Trade region
The new political boundaries seperated what? Raw material from the factoriesand railway sysyems
The war had given the union members and their leaders what? Better wages and admittion to high political councils
In omprovement to both the status and influence of labor the middle-class voters reacted by becoming what? Increasingly Conservative
The Red Army under the leadership of who, eventually suppressed internal and foreign military opposition to the new government? Leon Trotsky
The White Russian armies couldnot adequately organize themselves and allied help was insufficient to defeat the who? Bolsheviks
Within months of the revolution a new secret police police was formed call the whats? Cheka
War communism the revolutionary government did what? Confiscated and then ran the banks, the transport system and heavy industry.
War communism aided the victory of the Red Army an the revolution what? Survived and Triumphed
New Economic Policy (NEP) the government would tolerate private enterprise
After 1921, the countryside did become more stable and a more secure food supply seemd assured for the what? Cities
Lenin in 1922 suffered from a what and never recovered and then died in 1924? Stroke
Joseph Stalin General secratary of the party in 1922; his power base lay with the party membership and in the day-to-day management of party affairs.
Leon Trofsky Argued that the revolution in Russia could succeed only if new revolutions took place elsewhere.
This gained him the support of lower levels of the party apparatus when he clashed with other leaders. Mastered the crucial, if dull, details of party structure, including admission to party and promotion within.
In 1924, Stalin enuciated the doctrine of "what in one country" which contended that what (meaning communism) could be achieved in Russia alone? Socialism
By 1927, Trofsky had been what? Removed from all his offices, expelled from the party and exiled to Siberia.
IN 1929, Who had Trofskyforced out of Russia and eventually moved to Mexico where he was murdered in 1940? Stalin
The Bolshevicks intended to establish themselves as the international leaders of what? Marxism
In 1919, the Soviet Commuinsts founded the Third International of the European socialist movement, better known as what? Comintern
The Twenty-One Conditions Theses conditions included acknowledging Moscow's leadership, rejecting reformist or revisionist socialism, repudiating previous socialist leaders and adopting the Communist Party name.
The Comintern Sought to destroy democratic socialism, which it accused of having betrayed the working class through reform policies and parliementary accommidation
Alexandra Kollontai Envisioned a new kind of family, based on love and comradeship.
In the late 1917s what was easier and what was no longer a religious ceremony? Divorce and marriage
The 1920s seriously disrupted Soviet family life? How you ask: Dmoestic violence was more common, brithrate fell, more abortions and abandoned children, and the new divorce made it easier for men to leave their wives.
What became readily available for women? Educational opportunities
Created by: Cianci