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Treaty of Versailles: Patterns of Conflict
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The Russian Revolution: Patterns of Conflict
1905-A revolution breaks out: A revolution broke out in St. Petersburg, but Czar Nicholas quickly put an end to it. The day was called Bloody Sunday.
1908-Rasputin is introduced into the aristocracy: Rasputin called himself a holy man and a healer, and he helped heal Czar Nicholas' sick son. Still, Rasputin wasn't a good man, and many in Russia hated him, putting the people at odds with the Czar.
February 1917-Another revolution begins: The people were unhappy with Czar Nicholas' rule of the country. They began protests and strikes, refusing to do their work.
March 1917-Czar Nicholas tries to step down: Nicholas tried to give up his throne and let his brother take over, but his brother refused. Other Russian aristocrats tried to make a temporary government.
July 1917-Vladmir Lenin tries to take over: Lenin came out of exile and tried to take over the temporary government, but he was chased back into hiding.
October 1917-Lenin succeeds in taking over-Lenin still led the split political party of the Russian Social-Democrat Labor Party, and his party soon moved in and took control of Russia.
1918-Russia backs out of WWI: Lenin signed a treaty, taking Russia out of WWI. Later that year he had Czar Nicholas and his family killed.
March 1918-The Communist Party is developed: Lenin changed the name of his political party to the Communist Party.
1922-The USSR is established: Lenin helped establish the United Soviet Socialists Republic, a communist country. He worked with Joseph Stalin.
1924-Vladmir Lenin dies: After Lenin died, Joseph Stalin took over his rule. He would rule for many years to come. The Russian revolution changed Russia and all of history, introducing communism into the modern world. However, communism didn't catch on as Lenin and Stalin had hoped.
1894-Czar Nicholas is crowned: After his father, Czar Alexander III, died, Nicholas II became Czar over all of Russia.
1895-Vladmir Lenin is exiled: Lenin's brother had been killed a few years before for trying to kill Czar Nicholas' father. Lenin wanted to take over power from Nicholas, and he was arrested and exiled from Russia.
1903-The Russian Social-Democrat Labor Party meets : At the meeting the people were split into two groups. Some supported Lenin, and others supported a different leader.
1914-WWI begins: World War I began and the following year, Czar Nicholas took command of the Russian Army.
1916-Rasputin is killed: The plan to kill Rasputin seemed simple, but it took a lot of work to finally kill him.
How does this prove the statement "The outcomes/effects of one conflict often cause another" ?
I think that this proves the statement "The outcomes/effect of one conflict often causes another" because when a good leader is dead and who ever is next in line is a bad leader the country goes into chaos because people don't want to follow their rules. Once the country falls into chaos other countries (B) get an opportunity to attack that country which makes country (B) fall into poverty because of war. So this proves the statement "The outcomes/effect of one conflict often causes another"