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Working Class and Peasants
Proletariat
People in Charge of Russia in Order
Alexander III
Nicholas II
Lenin
Stalin
Against Menshaviks; For Communism in Russia
Bolsheviks
Became Leader of Soviet Union after Bolshevik Revolution
Lenin
Massacre outside the Czar's house wounded 1,000 and killed many
Bloody Sunday
Man claimed to have magical healing powers. Controlled Russia while Nicholas II was away.
Rasputin
Temporary Government
Provisional Government
Local Councils consisting of workers, peasants, and soldiers
Soviets
Father of Communism
Marx
Renamed Bolshevik Party
Communist Party
Comes into power after Lenin dies
Stalin
Leader of Bolsheviks
Trotsky
Government takes total, centralized control over every aspect of public and private life
Totalitarianism
5 Things Stalin Did Against Public
Police Terror
Indoctrination
Propaganda
Censorship
Religious/Ethnic Persecution
Campaign of terror directed at eliminating anyone who threatened Stalin's power
Great Purge
People who do not believe there is a god
Atheist
Officially sponsered group of atheists spread propaganda attacking religion, supported Communism
League of Militant Godless
System in which the government made all economic decisions
Command Economy
Set by Stalin, set impossibly high quotas to increase output of steel, coal, oil and electricity and caused people to starve to death
Five Year Plans
Large, government-owned farms
Collective Farms
Nationalist Party of China
Kuomintang
First Leader of China's Nationalist Party
Sun Yixian
Overthrew the Chinese Dynasty
Nationlist Movement
Sun Turns control over to powerful general:
Yuan Shikai
Territories promised to China given to this country instead:
Japan
Protest over the Treaty of Versailles on May 4, 1917, started Communism
May Fourth Movement
Founder of Chinese Communism
Mao Zedong
Heads Kuomintang after Sun dies
Jiang Jieshi
Communists flee Nationalists in 6,000 mile long trek
Long March
Attacks China during their civil war
Japan
Promised Independence from Great Britain in return for helping during WWI
India
Laws allowed government to jail prosecuters without trial for up to two years
Rowlatt Acts
Protest that turned into massacre where 400 Indians die and 1,200 are wounded
Amritsar Massacre
Leader of India's Independence Movement
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Deliberate and public refusal to obey an unjust law, and nonviolence to achieve independence
Civil Disobedience
Peaceful protest lead by Gandhi that marched to the seacoast 240 miles to make their own salt
Salt March
Successfully lead Turkish Nationalists in fighting back the Greeks and thier British backers, became president
Mustafa Kemal
Persia's leader
Reza Shah Pahlavi
Persia becomes:
Iran
Leader of Arabia
Abd al-Aziz Ibn Saud
Arabia becomes:
Saudi Arabia
Place of most oil deposits on Earth
Persian Gulf
Temporary Parliament of Russia lasted 10 weeks
Duma