Russian Revolution aspects: Animal Farm equivalents: People



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Russian Revolution aspects: Animal Farm equivalents:

People:

Czar Nicholas II Farmer Jones

Karl Marx & Vladimir Lenin Old Major (pig)

Joseph Stalin Napoleon (pig)

Leon Trotsky Snowball (pig)

Adolf Hitler (Germany’s chancellor) Mr. Frederick-Pinchfield Farm

The capitalist West (esp. the U.S. and U.K.) Mr. Pilkington-Foxwood Farm

Ways of force:

Secret police (cheka; later known as KGB) Dogs

Totalitarian force The pigs’ whips

The Great Purges (1928) & show trials Chapter 7 murders & trials



Classes:

Proletariat (illiterate peasants; called kulaks) Boxer (horse)

Aristocracy (bourgeoisie; “White Russians”) Mollie (horse)

Bureaucracy (Bolsheviks) Unnamed pigs

Intelligentsia (intellectuals) & skeptics Benjamin (donkey)

Others:

Religious clergy & organized religion Moses (raven)

Heaven / the after life Sugarcandy Mountain

Pravda newspaper & propagandist media Squealer (pig)

Spread of Communism Pigeons

The Kremlin The farmhouse

Communism Animalism

Russia’s industrialization The building of the windmills

Stalingrad Napoleon Mill



L’Internationale Beasts of England

(Song of the Communist party


& USSR until 1944)

“The Hymn of the Soviet Union” “Comrade Napoleon”

(USSR’s national anthem after 1944;
also called “Song of Stalin”)

Russian Revolution aspects: Animal Farm equivalents:

People:

Czar Nicholas II Farmer Jones

Karl Marx & Vladimir Lenin Old Major (pig)

Joseph Stalin Napoleon (pig)

Leon Trotsky Snowball (pig)

Adolf Hitler (Germany’s chancellor) Mr. Frederick-Pinchfield Farm

The capitalist West (esp. the U.S. and U.K.) Mr. Pilkington-Foxwood Farm

Ways of force:

Secret police (cheka; later known as KGB) Dogs

Totalitarian force The pigs’ whips

The Great Purges (1928) & show trials Chapter 7 murders & trials



Classes:

Proletariat (illiterate peasants; called kulaks) Boxer (horse)

Aristocracy (bourgeoisie; “White Russians”) Mollie (horse)

Bureaucracy (Bolsheviks) Unnamed pigs

Intelligentsia (intellectuals) & skeptics Benjamin (donkey)

Others:

Religious clergy & organized religion Moses (raven)

Heaven / the after life Sugarcandy Mountain

Pravda newspaper & propagandist media Squealer (pig)

Spread of Communism Pigeons

The Kremlin The farmhouse

Communism Animalism

Russia’s industrialization The building of the windmills

Stalingrad Napoleon Mill



L’Internationale Beasts of England

(Song of the Communist party


& USSR until 1944)

“The Hymn of the Soviet Union” “Comrade Napoleon”



(USSR’s national anthem after 1944;
also called “Song of Stalin”)


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