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Russia During the Interwar Period (1920’s-1930’s)
Transcript of Russia During the Interwar Period (1920’s-1930’s)
New Economic Policy (1921-1928)
Increased economic freedom for peasants
permitted ownership of private property in manufacturing and trade.
YOUTH IN THE USSR
New Soviet Woman
The New Soviet Woman was a Superwoman who balanced competing responsibilities and took on the burden of multiple roles — Communist citizen, full-time worker, wife and mother.
Duma- council assemblies created by the last Russian Emperor, Nicolas II
Duma in Russia Federation (2015) - the lower house of the Federal Assembly
Artistic Movement 1920-1940
Soviet(council)- labor unions in the earlier 20's
Politburo- highest policy-making government authority
Participant of the October Revolution
Allied with Lenin
Commissar of foreign affairs
Leader of USSR
Founder of Bolsheviks party
Follower of Marxism
Member of the Socialist Revolutionary Party
Fled the country after the "October Revolution"
Leader of the Soviet Union in 1920's-1953
The new leader of Bolsheviks after Lenin's death
Centralized command economy
The list of economic goals, based on Stalin's policy of Socialism
Industrial Expansion (ex: steel, farming, etc.)
Diplomacy with the NAZIS
Soviet-Nazi Pact in 1939
Women and Men
Clergy and believers killed
Theological schools closed
Church publications prohibited
Patriotic songs and Films were very popular
Increased patriotism among the nation
"If Tomorrow Brings War" (Если завтра война)
Three Tankmen (Три танкиста)
Leninist Young Communist League
Pioneers (10-15 years old)
Komsomols (15 and older)
"Always Be Ready!"
Alexander Rodchenko, László Moholy-Nagy and Boris Ignatovich
Poilitically sanctioned programme
The New Man
The New Soviet Person was generally characterized as male. The Soviet man was to be selfless, learned, healthy and enthusiastic in spreading the socialist Revolution.
Thank You For Your Attention!
Men and Women