Lenin PowerPoint Presentations - PPT

How did Lenin set the stage for Stalin? How did Lenin set the stage for Stalin?
How did Lenin set the stage for Stalin? - presentation

lindy-duni

2016-02-29

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THE LENIN LEGACY. Stalin became heir to the “Lenin legacy”. Since 1924 Lenin’s body has been kept on display in his Mausoleum on Red Square, right outside of the Kremlin walls.. Lenin’s Legacy.

Who were the contenders in the leadership struggle? Who were the contenders in the leadership struggle?
Who were the contenders in the leadership struggle? - presentation

sherrill-n

2016-03-08

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L/O – To identify the contenders . in the . power struggle after Lenin’s death. Recap. Between 1918-1924, the government of the USSR became . increasingly centralised. . This was the result of pragmatic responses to .

What will I be asked? What will I be asked?
What will I be asked? - presentation

natalia-si

2016-12-03

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. Causes of the October Revolution . . Situation surrounding October Rev. Immediate period after October Rev. Brief Timeline (July-November). 3. rd. July. July Days demonstrations begin. 5. th.

Vladimir Lenin Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin - presentation

pamella-mo

2016-05-22

163

Sagar Dalsania. Darshan. Patel. 2A. Early Life. He exceled in studies and students alienated him for that. (. Essortment. ). In 1886, his father died and in 1887 his brother was hung for plotting to assassinate Tsar Alexander III. (.

Opinions on the Russian Revolution Opinions on the Russian Revolution
Opinions on the Russian Revolution - presentation

celsa-spra

2016-07-04

37

Historiography. What you need to know. You must be aware and fully understand key historical approaches to the revolution. This is crucial for good historical writing. AND for the exam (particularly section B – part 2).

Marx and the Roots of Communism Marx and the Roots of Communism
Marx and the Roots of Communism - presentation

aaron

2017-07-18

37

Theory of Communism:. . - . The Communist Manifesto. . - Das . Kapital. Marx and Engel outline industry in the 20. th. century. “Bourgeoisie” . – the factory owner. “Proletariat” . – the worker.

Creation of the Bolshevik Dictatorship Creation of the Bolshevik Dictatorship
Creation of the Bolshevik Dictatorship - presentation

karlyn-boh

2018-11-18

15

Learning Objective:. To understand the methods used by the Bolsheviks to consolidate their control. 1921 - 1924. What happened next. Do not make the mistake that in addition to a freeing up of economic life there was also a freeing up of political life: far from it..

Russian History- 1917 Russian History- 1917
Russian History- 1917 - presentation

tawny-fly

2017-07-11

45

Abdication and Revolution. Pre-1917 Tensions. World War One, Nicholas II, Revolts. Nicholas II. The Autocratic Ruler was still in charge, although he was becoming more widely resented amongst his subjects..

Marx and the Roots of Communism Marx and the Roots of Communism
Marx and the Roots of Communism - presentation

kittie-lec

2018-11-07

14

Theory of Communism:. . - . The Communist Manifesto. . - Das . Kapital. Marx and Engel outline industry in the 20. th. century. “Bourgeoisie” . – the factory owner. “Proletariat” . – the worker.

Authoritarian States Authoritarian States
Authoritarian States - presentation

phoebe-cli

2017-07-19

55

Paper 2 Topic 3. Hitler, Stalin, Mao. Political Ideologies. Right wing –. reactionary (opposed to change), conservative. Left wing – . radical (change at roots of society), revolutionary. Create a T-chart. In small groups, decide what characteristics constitute the typical attitude of a left-wing and right-wing individual. .

CHAPTER 28     WORLD  WAR AND CHAPTER 28 WORLD WAR AND
CHAPTER 28 WORLD WAR AND - presentation

phoebe-cli

2018-03-08

30

. . . COMPETING . VISIONS OF . . . . MODERNITY . TO 1945. New . Variations on Modernity: The Soviet Union and Communism. Vladimir . Lenin adapted Marxist ideology of a revolutionary proletariat to the .

An evaluation of the reasons for the An evaluation of the reasons for the
An evaluation of the reasons for the - presentation

luanne-sto

2017-05-19

48

success. of the October Revolution 1917. Intro. Background : . Tsar forced to abdicate in Feb 1917. . Provisional (Temporary) Government set up to run the country until elections could be held.. Petrograd Soviet (Workers councils) also run parts of the country.

How successful was the New Communist State? How successful was the New Communist State?
How successful was the New Communist State? - presentation

stefany-ba

2017-12-02

43

New Economic Policy. War Communism- countryside-118 uprisings. . cities-shortages, black market. Kronstadt. mutiny. NEP-Peasants fixed and sold surplus. Factories less 20 workers profit. Coal iron steel banks and transport kept by .

FASCISM – RUSSIA FASCISM – RUSSIA
FASCISM – RUSSIA - presentation

aaron

2017-06-03

64

To examine the formation of a Fascist State in Russia.. RUSSIA. Communism. uses state Socialism to carry out social justice . Fascism. uses State Socialism to control production, to benefit, the state, or a certain ethnic group. .

Communism Communism
Communism - presentation

alexa-sche

2017-07-25

52

Form of socialism advocated by Karl Marx, according to Marx, class struggle was inevitable and would lead to the creation of a classless society in which all wealth and property would be owned by the community as a whole.

Capitalism is about making money and profit Capitalism is about making money and profit
Capitalism is about making money and profit - presentation

calandra-b

2018-09-29

3

Communism is sharing the means of production and its goods. Father of communism. History is the struggle of the Haves and Have . nots. The introduction of new technologies and methods of production. Started in England..

Russian Revolution Russian Revolution
Russian Revolution - presentation

lindy-duni

2016-04-30

49

World War I was initially greeted with enthusiasm in Russia. Tsar Nicholas was dominated by his wife, Alexandria. She was born in Germany but raised in England. she hated democratic government. their son was a hemophiliac and could only be helped by a travelling preacher named .

( L iterally) My Notes On Your Essays ( L iterally) My Notes On Your Essays
( L iterally) My Notes On Your Essays - presentation

yoshiko-ma

2017-05-25

22

Good thing – A step in the right direction on a difficult path. Comparisons are there.. Class target – focus on . the . question . and be more judgemental + can you compare and judge at the same time e.g. ’The Bolsheviks were far more effective than the tsars in their use of propaganda and censorship, especially Stalin’ .

The Russian Revolution The Russian Revolution
The Russian Revolution - presentation

min-jolico

2016-03-19

49

. Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Only true autocracy left in Europe. No type of representative political institutions. Nicholas II became tsar in 1884. Believed he was the absolute ruler anointed by God.

Bread, Peace, and Land The Russian Revolution Bread, Peace, and Land The Russian Revolution
Bread, Peace, and Land The Russian Revolution - presentation

jane-oiler

2018-10-29

2

Of all the Great Powers in 1914, Russia was the least able to fight a prolonged war. Although the country was rich in natural resources, industrialization remained far behind other major nations in Europe.

Russian Revolution  1905 Revolution Russian Revolution 1905 Revolution
Russian Revolution 1905 Revolution - presentation

jane-oiler

2018-10-26

19

What happened?. What was the Tsar’s response?. Impact of WWI. For Russia, WWI devastating. Nicholas II distrusted the Duma and resisted popular involvement in government . Complete control over the bureaucracy and army.

Basics of Propaganda Basics of Propaganda
Basics of Propaganda - presentation

cheryl-pis

2016-07-24

46

Propaganda. What is propaganda?. Why use propaganda?. Examples. Rules of follow. What is propaganda?. Propaganda is the material created by an organisation or government to promote a specific message. This material can be: .

The Russian Revolution The Russian Revolution
The Russian Revolution - presentation

stefany-ba

2016-03-19

85

Pre-Revolutionary Russia. Only true . autocracy/monarchy . left in Europe. No type of representative political institutions. Nicholas II became tsar in 1884. Believed he was the absolute . ruler. Russo-Japanese War (1904) – defeat led to .

Russian Revolution Russian Revolution
Russian Revolution - presentation

pasty-tole

2016-07-10

66

How did it start?. Although . started in 1917 due to the hatred of the Czars in Russia . and their . autocracy (government = total power) . citizens had been planning a revolution for a long . time..

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