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THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND TOTALITARIAN UNDER JOSEPH STALIN (30.1, 30.2)

Chapter Thirty Sections One and Two
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Tim Justice

on 28 April 2016

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Transcript of THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND TOTALITARIAN UNDER JOSEPH STALIN (30.1, 30.2)

Stalin
Totalitarian Rule
Outcomes
Causes
The State of the (Soviet) Union
Activities: Building Totalitarian State
Likes: Five-Year Plans and Total Control of Economy
Great Purge (1937-1938)
Enemies executed or sent to prison--
8 to 13 million
--Stalin in control
Uses
propaganda
to glorify himself, communism, and progress
Against Religion--Nothing above the state (aka Stalin)
Five-Years Plans
: high standards to industrialize & raise economy in 5-year periods (1928-1938)
Producing Steel, Coal, Oil, and Electricity and limit consumer goods like food and clothing.
Government took 25 million private farms and turned them into large government owned
collective farms--
Doubles wheat output but kills millions
an individual uses mass media, propaganda, or other methods, to create an idealized, heroic, and at times, worshipful image, often through unquestioning flattery and praise.
Exhibit: What is the state of the Soviet Union?
Your group has been fortunate enough to gain tickets to the historic Justice Museum. As you tour the 7 exhibits, analyze the various artifacts of Russian history. All the pieces tell a different story. You will complete all questions dealing with each exhibit. Your final job is to write an address for the USSR for Stalin and discuss the changes that the USSR has seen under his leadership and Lenin's rule? Were people better after it?
Outcomes
PLATFORMS
Social
SOCIAL
SEO
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND TOTALITARIAN RULE OF JOSEPH STALIN
Forms Cult of Personality
A "Communist" Power
What Is Next?
The Causes of the Revolution
Revolutions of 1917
OBJECTIVES:

1. We will be able to identify the causes of the Russian Revolution.

2. We will be able to discuss the rule of Vladimir Lenin.

3. We will be able to analyze the rule of Joseph Stalin and his totalitarianism rule.
Objectives
BELL RINGER:
What do you think the therm "cult of personality" means? Why can it be good or bad?
How do these famous song lyrics paint the picture of a person having a "Cult of Personality"?
I'm the cult of personality
Like Mussolini and Kennedy
I'm the cult of personality
The cult of personality
The cult of personality

Neon lights, Nobel Prize
When a mirror speaks, the reflection lies
You won't have to follow me
Only you can set me free

I sell the things you need to be
I'm the smiling face on your TV
I'm the cult of personality
I exploit you, still you love me
I tell you one and one makes three
I'm the cult of personality
Like Joseph Stalin and Gandhi
I'm the cult of personality
The cult of personality
The cult of personality

Neon lights, a Nobel Prize
When a leader speaks, that leader dies
You won't have to follow me
Only you can set you free

Poor Leadership by
Czar Nicholas II
(1894-1917)
Embarrassed by Russo-Japanese War (
1904
)
Workers lobbied for better conditions, more freedoms, and government positions (
Revolution of 1905
)--Generals fire on protesters
World War I
--The Final Blow
Millions of Casualties (9.75 Million
Shortages of food and Fuel
High Inflation
Class inequality
Two revolutions lead to the
Bolsheviks
taking power
More radical party of Marxists (support communism) led by
Vladimir Lenin-"Peace Land and Bread"
Lenin is
different
from
Marx--Not pure
Marxist Communism
First powerful
communist
nation
At odds with the
America
and West for next 70 years
Powerful
Red Army
Overthrows the social structure-like
French Revolution
Economic and Political Change
Restores economic stability with his
New Economic Policy
(NEP)
Government kept major industries and allowed some
private
investment
Took control of Communist Party
Ruled as dictator of the party not
proletariat
Ruled the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
(USSR)
Lenin dies 1924
Joseph Stalin
takes control 1929
Follows
Totalitarianism-
A government that takes total, centralized state control over every aspect of public and private life
Challenges values of Western democracies

Under Joseph Stalin
The Outcome:
USSR under total control by Stalin
Now an industrial political power in the world

CTA
What characteristics demonstrate a strong leader? A weak leader?

Who is the best example of a leader?
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