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The Struggle for Power
Transcript of The Struggle for Power
Russia turns to Communism
"The theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property.
Everyone is of the
- Karl Marx
"Each according to his need"
Czars rule Russia
"From each according to his ability, to each according
The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
2. The State owns of the means of production.
Nicholas Romanov II begins his reign in 1894
After 3 years of war, Russians are hungry and tired of war.
enters World War I
Nicholas II has pledged Russia's support to the Serbian people.
The Romanov family ruled Russia for 300 years
Workers begin to strike.
The Bolshevik Red Army
The Provisional Government
The Bolsheviks (Political Party) Revolted against the Provisional Government.
The Revolution Continues
The Bolsheviks defeat the Provisional Government and seize power.
The Bolsheviks form a Government based on Communism.
Vladimir Lenin becomes the leader of the Soviet Union.
Lenin uses the Theory of Karl Marx
Karl Marx' idea was now a reality
1. The Government represents the working class.
The economy was centrally planned - decisions were made by the Government.
The Government was controlled by one party: The Communist Party.
It was a
"A Dictatorship of the Proletariat"
The Revolution Part 1
Knowing he has been defeated, Czar Nicholas II gives up his power.
A protest of long food lines and poor pay became a Revolution.
A Provisional Government is put into place.
Key ideas of
What can people do if they are not happy with the people in charge?
The Revolution is far from over...
The Provisional Government continues the policies of the Czar.