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Flvs World History 8.04 The Iron Curtain Comes Down
Transcript of Flvs World History 8.04 The Iron Curtain Comes Down
The Iron Curtain
The Velvet Revolution
The Romanian Revolution
The Velvet Revolution was a non truculent revolution used to protest against one-party regime of the Communists party of Czechoslovakia. It went on from November 17 to December 29th in 1989.
Solidarity was a kineticism by workers in communist Poland. It took place during the 1980's. Ths kineticism transpired because they wanted political reforms. 50 labor coalescences amalgamated together to protest the regime in Poland.
The Romanian Revolution was a series of protests and riots in December of 1989. It marked the cessation of the Communist regime of Nicolae Ceauescu. When the Romanians declared independence from the Soviet control this caused more than a thousand deaths. Romania was no longer a communist country.
The Soviet Coalescence collapsed in December of 1991. Some of the greatest factors that contributed to the fall were because of the Roman Revolution, Solidarity, The Velvet Revolution, The fall of Berlin Wall, and Prague Springs. The Roman Revolution was placed first because of the many people that died and altered the way higher people viewed things. Solidarity second because it was a very paramount political reform that occurred in 1980. The next most consequential was the Velvet Revolution, it was non-destructive yet very long. It was a main turning point of the revolution. The Fall of the Berlin Wall was next because it made an astronomically immense impact on most countries and was including the Soviet Coalescence. Lastly, the Prague Springs was just a liberalization for politics. It wasn't a leading cause but it seemed much more consequential than the other that I didn't opt for.
Fall of Berlin Wall
The Berlin wall was a barrier composed by the German Democratic Republic. It was located in the middle of Berlin and made on Aug. 13, 1968. It was habituated to avert emigration and deviate what had marked Germany and the communist Eastern Bloc during the post-World War ll period.
The Prague Spring was a liberation for politics and was commenced by a current reformist, Alexander Dubek. It commenced on January 5, 1968 in Czechoslovakia after World War ll.