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The Russian Empire ( Pre-reform Russian orthography : Россійская Имперія, Modern Russian : Российская Империя, translit : Rossiyskaya Imperiya ) was a state that existed from 1721 until the Russian Revolution of 1917 .
Collectivisation Timeline 1927–1939 1927 Stalin announced collectivisation – peasants asked to take part voluntarily.
TSR Wiki > Study Help > Subjects and Revision > Revision Notes > History > Stalin's Cult of Personality 1924-1929 Origins of the cult After Lenin's death in 1924, Stalin assumes a modest image.
Alexander Alexandrovich ( Russian : Александр Александрович ) (10 March 1845 – 1 November 1894), known historically as Alexander III or Alexander the Peacemaker reigned as Emperor of Russia , King of Poland and Grand Prince of Finland from 13 March [ O.S. 1 March] 1881 until his death on 1 November [ O.S. 20 October] 1894.
We can get a good idea of how the process of collectivization worked from looking at the province of Smolensk. Smolensk on the eve of collectivization was an overwhelmingly agricultural province. More than 90 per cent of the population lived in the countryside.
This articles consides the fall of the Tsarist monarchy, covering both the 1904 revolution,up to the 1917 revolution.
The project called "Lost Chukotka" is an attempt to preserve the history of Chukotka of the twentieth century. This land used to have its settlements, its own culture, industry, military power, it was the place where many people tried to survive. Today these places are history.
The Cold War ultimately brought the Soviet Union down, but it took nearly half a century to accomplish this goal. In 1945, around the end of WWII , the Soviet Union and United States waged this war of threatening words and fear. The Cold War was a top concern on the international affairs front.
The vast territories of the Russian Empire at one time hosted the largest population of Jews in the world . [ 3 ] Within these territories the Jewish community flourished and developed many of modern Judaism's most distinctive theological and cultural traditions, while also facing periods of antisemitic discriminatory policies and persecutions. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, many Soviet Jews took the opportunity of liberalized emigration policies, with over half their population leaving, most for Israel , the United States , Germany , Canada , and Australia .
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The Tasks of the Proletariat in the Present Revolution [a.k.a. The April Theses]
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