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One Hypothesis on the Different Outcomes of Soviet and Yugoslav State CollapseOne Hypothesis on the Different Outcomes of Soviet and Yugoslav State Collapse
Veljko Vujacic is Associate Professor of Sociology at Oberlin College. He spoke at an ees noon discussion on May 14, 2003, while he was in residence as an ees scholar. The following is a summary of Professor Vujacic’s presentation
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Grade level: 9-12 subject area: World History creditGrade level: 9-12 subject area: World History credit
George Cassutto, social studies teacher, North Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown, Maryland
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1. Russia and Eastern Europe, general history texts1. Russia and Eastern Europe, general history texts
Berend, Ivan. Central and Eastern Europe, 1944-1993: Detour from the Periphery to the Periphery. Cambridge University Press, 1996
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Russia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for RevolutionRussia 1905: Dress Rehearsal for Revolution
Alan Wood argues that the real significance of 1905 lies not so much in what was achieved as in the portents provided for the achievements of the future
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Ap european history 2014-2015 free response questionsAp european history 2014-2015 free response questions
Why is it significant for Russian history that Mongol overlords used tribute as the principal means of subjecting the Russian people to their rule?
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Russian Revolution of 1917Russian Revolution of 1917
The two successful revolutions of 1917 are referred to collectively as the Russian Revolution
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Why was there a Revolution in Russia in 1917?Why was there a Revolution in Russia in 1917?
Until 1917, Russia was ruled by a Tsar. Nicholas II had become Tsar in 1894. He was an autocrat (a ruler who has absolute control over the country). People who spoke out against the government were sent to prison
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Declaration From The ThroneDeclaration From The Throne
The source to the topic include Mikhail’s search for compromise in power and end to partisanship. The importance of this source is shown through Mikhail’s diplomatic quest for compromise with the people and provisional government so as to retain his power and so as
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Rewriting Russia\Rewriting Russia's Revolution Evan Mawdsley discusses how scholarship both inside and outside the Soviet Union, spurred on by the political somersaults in the East, is revising our view of Lenin, the events of 1917 and after
E was completed (in March 1990) the news media all over the world showed workmen in Bucharest trying to demolish a twelve-ton statue of the leader of the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Lenin
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ViewTrack. By Graham DarbyViewTrack. By Graham Darby
Graham Darby argues that the Bolshevik success of 1917 was rooted in the failings of the Provisional Government and the aspiration of ordinary people
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Development of the concept of total warDevelopment of the concept of total war
American Civil War. Consequently, the greater cost of warfare became evident. An industrialized nation could distinguish and then choose the intensity of warfare that it wished to engage in
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Era of global warsEra of global wars
Name: McKenna: World History II
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The systematic efforts to affect morale, loyalty, etc., especially of large national groupsThe systematic efforts to affect morale, loyalty, etc., especially of large national groups
The World Book Dictionary What this is saying is it is an attempt of one nation to gain an advantage over another by using the mistrust, fear, and uncertainty that is a characteristic of a nation at war
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World Multiple Choice: World War IWorld Multiple Choice: World War I
Choose the best answer for each question and mark the corresponding letter on your scantron. 75 points
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Video comprehension questionsVideo comprehension questions
What was the emotional nature of Nicholas and Alexandra's marriage and why did Nicholas and Alexandra write letters to each other in English?
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