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Flowchart for Russian Revoltuion

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Creighton Little

on 26 April 2011

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Transcript of Flowchart for Russian Revoltuion

STAGE 1 STAGE STAGE 3 STAGE 4 In 1804, Nic 2 became new czar of Russia,
he continued the tradition of Russian autocracy Russia's Bloody Sunday, protesters wanting
better working conditions, rights and elected legislature
got shot at by soldiers In 1904, Russo Japanese war, fight over Manchura in Korea ending with the defeat of the Russians which sparked uproar in Russia. In1903, Social Democracy was divided into Mensheviks and Bolsheviks. In1906, the Creation of Duma, to stop the strikes and protests Nic 2 reluctantly created the Duma which was Russia's first parliament. The wanted a constitutional monarchy [ The false Duma ] In 1915, Rasputan, Czarina ignored chief advisers advice and fell under his influence. He helped to cure symptoms of her son, and in return she allowed him to make key political decisions. Then Nic 2 made bad decision of dragging them into war. Bad military and economic costs, the soldies were slaughtered. Made people in Russia angry and soldiers deserted or disobayed orders The March Revolution: February 1917 - Nic 2 was forced to step down as the Emperor of all the Russias. . The revolution was started by the striking of 90,000 textile workers who went on strike. STAGE 5 Leninn returns from exile:April 1917 - Germans returned Lenin to Russia in a deal stating that if he did took power, to stop the war In 1926, Stalin had succeeded Lenin who died of a brain hemorrhage. He beat Trotsky in the election. Industialization Period in 1928, boost in industrialization came from the Five-Year Plan, a series of exercises to encourage industrialization in the USSR. New factories were built for steel, electricity, and other resources. In 1917: October Revolution
Lenin shuts the contitutional assembly down. A doupdetar.

In 1917:The Provinsial Government falls.The government is overthrown by the Bolsheviks, the Communist party.

In 1917, Bolsheviks regain power and redistribute land. Bolsheviks gained control after overthrowing the constitutional assembly.

1918 was the Treaty of Brest (Litvosk) The traty occured between Russia and Germany, Russia made many great sacrafices including the lost of land.

1919:Civil War
Bolshevicks were the red while the Czarists , and westerners were the whites. Leon Trotsky was the leader of the Red Army, and won, therfor; secuting th power of a communist government. in1921, The New Economic Policy
started the start of Russias Economic recovery. Peasants are given the right to keep thier land, and private buisness are allowed to resume working. STAGE 2 THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
FLOW CHART By: Creighton Little; Noah Fowler
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