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very harsh autocratic ruler
increased industrialization in Russia
Nicholas 2
poor working condition
low wages
child labor
Russian working condition
It was suppose to be a peaceful protest for reforms
Bloody Sunday
Russia suffured great losses 4 million soldiers had been killed, wounded or taken prisoner
Russian entry into WW1
Alexander Kerensky took over the provisional government
The March Revolution
Lenin promised "Peace, Land, Bread"
The Bolshevik Revolution
He restored small scale capitalism
lenin
Build a totalitarian government centralized state control
Josef Stalin
Police terror
censorship
method of enforcement
he started a command economy government makes all economic decisions
total government control
stalin set impossible quotus to increase the output of steel coal, oil & electricity
five year plans
its goal is to convince the people that the government beliefs are the right ones
propaganda
very harsh autocratic ruler
increased industrialization in Russia
Nicholas 2
poor working condition
low wages
child labor
Russian working condition
It was suppose to be a peaceful protest for reforms
Bloody Sunday
Russia suffured great losses 4 million soldiers had been killed, wounded or taken prisoner
Russian entry into WW1
Alexander Kerensky took over the provisional government
The March Revolution
Lenin promised "Peace, Land, Bread"
The Bolshevik Revolution
He restored small scale capitalism
lenin
Build a totalitarian government centralized state control
Josef Stalin
Police terror
censorship
method of enforcement
he started a command economy government makes all economic decisions
total government control
stalin set impossible quotus to increase the output of steel coal, oil & electricity
five year plans
its goal is to convince the people that the government beliefs are the right ones
propaganda
very harsh autocratic ruler
increased industrialization in Russia
Nicholas 2
poor working condition
low wages
child labor
Russian working condition
It was suppose to be a peaceful protest for reforms
Bloody Sunday
Russia suffured great losses 4 million soldiers had been killed, wounded or taken prisoner
Russian entry into WW1
Alexander Kerensky took over the provisional government
The March Revolution
Lenin promised "Peace, Land, Bread"
The Bolshevik Revolution
He restored small scale capitalism
lenin
Build a totalitarian government centralized state control
Josef Stalin
Police terror
censorship
method of enforcement
he started a command economy government makes all economic decisions
total government control
stalin set impossible quotus to increase the output of steel coal, oil & electricity
five year plans
its goal is to convince the people that the government beliefs are the right ones
propaganda
city where national assembly met
weimer Republic
the world became dependent on U.S produckts &loans
the great depression
he joined the Nazis or german fascist party
Adolf Hitler
this country expanded into china&the pacific ocean to establish a vast empire&to acquire raw material&market
Japan
he attacked Ethiopia
Mussolini
both countries agreed not to attack one another
The Nazi-Soviet Pact