inter-wars and IIWW
Jesús Gómez Bueno
Created on March 21, 2023
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The Russian Revolution of 1917.
The happy 20s
Russia in the early s. 20TH CENTURY:
Nicholas II of Russia or Nikolai Aleksandrovich Romanov, was the last Emperor of Russia, ruling from the death of his father Alexander III in 1894 until his abdication in 1917 as a result of the February Revolution.
Alexei Nikolayevich Romanov was the last Zarevich of the Russian Empire. He was the fifth child and only son born from the marriage of Nicholas II and Alejandra Fyodorovna. He always had poor health, since he suffered from hemophilia.
Anastasia Nikolayevna Románova, born on June 18, 1901 and died on July 17, 1918, was the fourth daughter of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Imperial Russia.
1.2 The revolutions of 1905 and 1917
1907 Revolution causes:
Bloody Sunday or Red Sunday (Russian: Кровавое воскресенье) was a massacre of peaceful protesters led by Father Gapon perpetrated by the Russian Imperial Guard. This massacre gave rise to the revolution of 1905.
Activity: Find out who this man is and what importance he had in the Russian revolution:
Se crea este grupo político bajo la dirección de lenin
Rusia es derrotada por Japon en su proceso de expansión
Sublevación tras el domingo Sangriento
NIcolas II, asustado lleva acabo leves reformas (Duma)
RUsia entra en la primera guerra mundial
Estalla la revolucón en San Petersburgo
Revolución de octubre
FIn de la guerra civil
muerte de lenin
NIcolas II abdica y se proclama la república
Alexander Kerenski es elegido presidente
Lenin asalta el palacio de invierno derrocando al Gobierno
El ejercito rojo se impone el ejército blanco
Lenin crea la Unión de Repúblicas Socialistas Soviéticas
lenin muere y Stalin se hace con el poder
Journalist, essayist and founder of the Red Army, Trotsky became a reference point for the left and a symbol for the working class throughout the world. Accused of "anti-Soviet activities", Stalin banished him from the Soviet Union to end his days in Mexico, where he was assassinated by Ramón Mercader.
Reason why you think this picture was modified and who might have modified it.
Stalin's censorship directly eliminated political opponents such as Leon Trotsky, who were directly eradicated from photographic history at the same time as they were taken to the Gulag or physically eliminated. Some very important people only came to light because of their relevance or when the Soviet regime collapsed.
WHO IS WHO?
Zar NIcolas II
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