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Year 12 Modern History Notes

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Year 12 Modern History Notes covering Russia 1914 - 1945 in Semester 1 and The Cold War, the EU etc. in Semester 2.

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Russian Revolution Russian Provisional Government Politics World history Alexander Kerensky Petrograd Soviet October Revolution February Revolution Kornilov affair Vladimir Lenin April Theses Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
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Russian Revolution Russian Provisional Government Politics World history Alexander Kerensky Petrograd Soviet October Revolution February Revolution Kornilov affair Vladimir Lenin April Theses Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
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They were tough, savage people who were great fighters on horseback. The Russian government realised their value and offered them land in return for service in the army. They were loyal supporters of the tsar. -The Byelorussians: Called white Russians because they had blonde hair and pale skin. -The Great Russians: a mixture of slavs and Vikings, characterised as a melancholy, gloomy people, given to outbursts of emotion. This was put down to the harsh climate. -Nenets: From the frozen north. Lived like eskimos. -Nomadic tribes: In Siberia there were many nomadic tribes and reindeer herders. -Moslem peoples: In the Asian part of Russia there were many Moslem peoples. Some were nomadic, others lived in settled agricultural communities. -Georgians and Chechens: From Caucasus region. These groups resisted the Russians but fought continually am...
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