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Animal Farm and The Russian Revolution

Neighboring Leaders
by

Emily Adele

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Animal Farm and The Russian Revolution

Winston Churchill -Prime Minister of Great Britain
-26 October 1951 – 7 April 1955
-Advocate for Jewish rights
during the revolution
-Hitler's main adversary Mr. Pilkington -"An easy-going gentleman farmer who spent most of his time fishing or hunting according to the season" -Bad terms with Mr.
Frederick Adolf Hitler -Chancellor of Germany
-2 August 1934 – 30 April 1945
-Comitted suicide on 30 April
-Had a non-agression pact with Stalin, but he broke it Mr. Frederick Nazi-Soviet Pact Trade Agreement -Napoleon negotiates a
trade deal with Mr. Frederick
-Mr. Frederick gives Naopleon fake notes, and
then attacks the
farm -Non-Agression agreement signed by Hitler and Stalin
-Shocking
August 23rd, 1939
-Moscow
-10 years Tehran Conference -1st conference
between the "Big Three"
-Churchill, Stalin,
Roosevelt
-Tehran, Iran
-Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 1943 The Card Game Russia England Germany Iran Moscow D-Day Cold War -Chapter 10
-Inspection, drinks, card game
-Neighbouring farmers, Napoleon
-Sweet talking, talks of business relations, living agreably
-Ends with a fight between
Pilkington and Napoleon "A violent quarrel was in
progress... The source of
the trouble appeared to
be that Napoleon and Mr.
Pilkington had each
played an ace of spades
simultaneously" (95). What Was It? -agreed not to attack each
other
-agreed not to support any third
power that might attack the
other party
-agreed to solve all differences
between the two by
negotiation -Talks to Mollie -“a tough, shrewd man,
perpetually involved in
lawsuits and with a name for
driving hard bargains”
Neighboring Leaders Alli, Maddy, Darren, Emily
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