Cards in this guide (31)
Who set up a five-year plan for the operation of the soviet union
What started the Russian Revolution
The major cause of the Russian revolution was poverty and the
lack of respect for the common people.
Women who were angry because there was no bread!
What was one of the tactics used by Stalin to maintain power
What did communism put an end to in the soviet union
Why could the flour needed by Russian women to bake bread not be received
The trains that carried the flour now carried soldiers.
What was the most controversial treaty written at the Paris peace conference
What were noncommunists in Russia called
Opposition of the Treaty of Versailles
Opposition of the treaty Versailles
Who developed the communist theory of government
During the war how were Russian soldiers armed
They were primarily armed with weapons taken from the dead and
Who was a British prime minister in the late 1800s
W E Gladstone in 1886.
The Marquis of Salisbury 1886 - 1892.
W E Gladstone 1892 - 1894.
The Marquis of Salisbury 1894 - 1902
Who were the Bolsheviks led by
The British East India Company was established in the 1600s to make money by selling all of these Indian products except which of these
Which of these terms means to give up the throne
Which term describes the lifestyle of the British in India
Who did the Treaty of Versailles require to pay for the total cost of the war
What name was the city of St Petersburg renamed a second time
People began to fear revolution in Italy after World War 1 because
a communist party formed in Italy
The war debt of Germany after World War 1 amounted to
For about how many years was slave trade the main trade between Africa and Europe
The standard of living in the Soviet Union remained very low as late as which decade
After the death of Lenin who became the leader of the communist government
Joseph Stalin, Grigory Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev had led the
Soviet Union while Lenin was disabled shortly before his death and
immediately after his death. Over the next few years, Stalin
eliminated all his rivals, including Leon Trotsky, his main rival.
Staling then expelled even Zinoviev and Kamenev and had them shot.
Stalin became sole ruler in 1929 but he still answered to the
Central Committee of the Communist Party which could have removed
him from power. It wasn't until about 1932 when Stalin had everyone
who could have stood in his way eliminated that he became the
dictator he is known as today.
Soviets are councils of what
Soviets are councils of workers, soldiers, and
What is uniting small farms into large government controlled farms called
When a government prints paper money without gold to back it up results are an example of
When a government prints paper money without anything to back it
up, inflation results. The money becomes worthless.
In 1922 under the leadership of Lenin Russia was divided into republics and became known as the Soviet Union
Who participated in the civil war fought in Russia from 1918-1920
Bolsheviks and Mensheviks
What is a Fascist uniform
In terms of dollars, what was the total cost of World War I
The European Union has done all of the following EXCEPT _______.
The European Union has done all of the following EXCEPT _______.?