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1. dissatisfaction with czarist rule

True

To remove or get rid of.

Peasants

The peasants were starving, had no political power and many had died in WWI.

2. implementation of five-year plans

3. established policies of censorship and repression

 

3. Joseph Stalin’s collectivization

Russia was modernized.

Stalin

4. collectivizing agriculture

Forced famine in Ukraine.

Lenin

To put small farms together into big farms.

He had total control of the country and people.

3. Vladimir I. Lenin

Soviet Union/USSR

Karl Marx

?

2. eliminating political opposition

1. increase agricultural and industrial output

False

Czar Nicholas II

1. “Peace, Land, and Bread”

Bolsheviks

Which action was taken by the Bolsheviks under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin?

 

1. supporting a traditional economy

2. eliminating political opposition

3. surrendering to the Provisional Government

4. extending the war against Austria-Hungary

True or False: A person can have a business in communism. 

Which leader is being described by these statements?

 

Led the Russians in a second revolution (1917)

Promised “Peace, Land, and Bread”

Established the New Economic Policy (NEP)

 

1. Czar Nicholas II               3. Vladimir I. Lenin

2. Nikita Khrushchev          4. Mikhail Gorbachev

Who was the leader during the Russian Revolution?

Why is Stalin considered a totalitarian leader?

The primary purpose of Joseph Stalin’s five-year plans was to

 

1. increase agricultural and industrial output

2. limit the wealth of the upper class

3. increase the production of consumer goods

4. limit immigration of ethnic minorities

Do you think Communism or Capitalism is better? Why?

What is the name for the poor people of Russia?

_____ Forced famine in Ukraine (1932–1933) was a direct result of

 

1. Czar Nicholas’s involvement in World War I

2. Vladmir Lenin’s New Economic Policy

3. Joseph Stalin’s collectivization

4. Nikita Khrushchev’s removal from power

What is the name of the Communist party during the Russian Revolution?

True or False: The government tells you what to make in a factory in communism.

An economic change introduced in the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin would include

 

1. establishing free-market reforms

2. boycotting Baltic Sea trade routes

3. focusing on the production of consumer goods

4. collectivizing agriculture

What does purge mean?

What does collectivization mean?

What was a cause of the Russian Revolution? (What was life like for the poor people of Russia?)

One way in which the government under Czar Nicholas II of Russia and the government under Benito Mussolini of Italy are similar is that both governments

 

1. liberated the serfs and industrial workers

2. reformed the executive branch by incorporating theocratic principles

3. established policies of censorship and repression

4. used televised propaganda to rally the masses

Which of these events that occurred in the Soviet Union was a direct cause of the other three?

 

1. famine in Ukraine

2. implementation of five-year plans

3. establishment of collective farms

4. development of heavy industry

What was the new name for Russia after the Revolution?

 

Who was the absolute monarch of Russia before the revolution?

Who was the leader of Russia after the Revolution?

What was one positive result of Stalin’s 5 Year Plan?

What was one negative result of Stalin’s 5 Year Plan?

Who influenced Lenin? What writer did he read?

What was a major reason the Russian people engaged in the Revolution of 1905?

 

1. dissatisfaction with czarist rule

2. discontent with involvement in World War I

3. irritation over the banning of the Orthodox church

4. failure to emancipate the serfs

The Bolshevik Party in 1917 gained the support of the peasant class because they promised them

 

1. “Peace, Land, and Bread”

2. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”

3. abolition of the secret police

4. democratic reforms in all levels of government


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Who was the absolute monarch of Russia before the revolution?

Czar Nicholas II

What is the name for the poor people of Russia?

Peasants

What was a cause of the Russian Revolution? (What was life like for the poor people of Russia?)

The peasants were starving, had no political power and many had died in WWI.

What was a major reason the Russian people engaged in the Revolution of 1905?

 

1. dissatisfaction with czarist rule

2. discontent with involvement in World War I

3. irritation over the banning of the Orthodox church

4. failure to emancipate the serfs

1. dissatisfaction with czarist rule

One way in which the government under Czar Nicholas II of Russia and the government under Benito Mussolini of Italy are similar is that both governments

 

1. liberated the serfs and industrial workers

2. reformed the executive branch by incorporating theocratic principles

3. established policies of censorship and repression

4. used televised propaganda to rally the masses

3. established policies of censorship and repression

 

Who was the leader during the Russian Revolution?

Lenin

Who influenced Lenin? What writer did he read?

Karl Marx

What is the name of the Communist party during the Russian Revolution?

Bolsheviks

The Bolshevik Party in 1917 gained the support of the peasant class because they promised them

 

1. “Peace, Land, and Bread”

2. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”

3. abolition of the secret police

4. democratic reforms in all levels of government

1. “Peace, Land, and Bread”

Which action was taken by the Bolsheviks under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin?

 

1. supporting a traditional economy

2. eliminating political opposition

3. surrendering to the Provisional Government

4. extending the war against Austria-Hungary

2. eliminating political opposition

Who was the leader of Russia after the Revolution?

Stalin

Why is Stalin considered a totalitarian leader?

He had total control of the country and people.

What was the new name for Russia after the Revolution?

 

Soviet Union/USSR

An economic change introduced in the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin would include

 

1. establishing free-market reforms

2. boycotting Baltic Sea trade routes

3. focusing on the production of consumer goods

4. collectivizing agriculture

4. collectivizing agriculture

Which of these events that occurred in the Soviet Union was a direct cause of the other three?

 

1. famine in Ukraine

2. implementation of five-year plans

3. establishment of collective farms

4. development of heavy industry

2. implementation of five-year plans

What does collectivization mean?

To put small farms together into big farms.

What does purge mean?

To remove or get rid of.

The primary purpose of Joseph Stalin’s five-year plans was to

 

1. increase agricultural and industrial output

2. limit the wealth of the upper class

3. increase the production of consumer goods

4. limit immigration of ethnic minorities

1. increase agricultural and industrial output

Which leader is being described by these statements?

 

Led the Russians in a second revolution (1917)

Promised “Peace, Land, and Bread”

Established the New Economic Policy (NEP)

 

1. Czar Nicholas II               3. Vladimir I. Lenin

2. Nikita Khrushchev          4. Mikhail Gorbachev

3. Vladimir I. Lenin

_____ Forced famine in Ukraine (1932–1933) was a direct result of

 

1. Czar Nicholas’s involvement in World War I

2. Vladmir Lenin’s New Economic Policy

3. Joseph Stalin’s collectivization

4. Nikita Khrushchev’s removal from power

3. Joseph Stalin’s collectivization

True or False: A person can have a business in communism. 

False

True or False: The government tells you what to make in a factory in communism.

True

What was one positive result of Stalin’s 5 Year Plan?

Russia was modernized.

What was one negative result of Stalin’s 5 Year Plan?

Forced famine in Ukraine.

Do you think Communism or Capitalism is better? Why?

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