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Modern History Russia Notes

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Notes on core country Russia. In order of the Syllabus and also include quotes form historians and other people.

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Russian Revolution Politics Communism Bolsheviks October Revolution Leon Trotsky Petrograd Soviet Vladimir Lenin Kornilov affair Mensheviks Russian Constituent Assembly Alexander Kerensky Trotsky
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Russian Revolution Politics Communism Bolsheviks October Revolution Leon Trotsky Petrograd Soviet Vladimir Lenin Kornilov affair Mensheviks Russian Constituent Assembly Alexander Kerensky Trotsky
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• This stated that the wealth and power of a country should be distributed evenly and equally. It argued that industrialization had created appalling conditions for workers and as a result, that all Proletariat should rise up against those who owned the means of production • A political and economic theory developed by Karl Marx and Frederick Engle’s that called for the abolition of private property and emphasized the role of the state in providing work and benefits for all leading eventually to a socialist order and a classless society • The Revolution of 1917 brought to power the first Communist Government in the world, hoping to start a “permanent revolution” around the world. Believed it was the only possible way to keep Communist Russia safe and as it...
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