Russia 1917-1941 How Strong was the Tsarist regime in 1914?Russia 1917-1941 How Strong was the Tsarist regime in 1914?
Government of Nicholas II in 1914; nature of Russian Society in 1914; traditional loyalty; opposition groups
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4 The “Etatization” of Time in Ceauşescu’s Romania4 The “Etatization” of Time in Ceauşescu’s Romania
Although I will not make this distinction the basis of my argument, one might phrase the struggle over time in Romania as, precisely, a struggle between “etatization” and “nationalization” – that is
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The nature of Russian society in 1914The nature of Russian society in 1914
Duma, a Russian parliament. However, this organisation was weak and essentially rubber-stamped decisions made by the monarchy and its council
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How strong was the Tsarist regime in 1914? The nature of Russian society in 1914How strong was the Tsarist regime in 1914? The nature of Russian society in 1914
France and Japan. The vast majority of Russians were peasant farmers who lived an almost medieval existence of dependence upon the soil and the local aristocracy
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The Totalitarian ThreatThe Totalitarian Threat
For discussion and useful suggestions I would like to thank Tyler Cowen, Robin Hanson, Alex Tabarrok, Dan Houser, Don Boudreaux, Ilia Rainer, Milan Ćirković, and Nick Bostrom. Geoffrey Lea provided excellent research assistance
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Key Topic 3: Stalin’s Russia, 1924-41 The struggle for powerKey Topic 3: Stalin’s Russia, 1924-41 The struggle for power
Joseph Djugashvili was born in 1879 in Georgia in southern Russia. At some point in the years from 1907 to 1914, he changed his name from Djugashvili to Stalin. This meant ‘man of steel’
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Act of SupremacyAct of Supremacy
Act of Supremacy the 1534 act of the English Parliament which declared that the King of England (Henry VIII) was head of the English (Anglican) church
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Fascist ItalyFascist Italy
Industrial progress was slow. Moreover, Italy was poor in natural resources and lack of fertile land. Many of the farm labourers were landless and were often unemployed. Thus millions of Italians were forced to emigrate abroad
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There are many similarities, as well as important differences, between the fascism that emerged in Italy and Germany during the 1920s and 1930s. Read the following overview and identify/define the terms that follow
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Fascism CharacteristicsFascism Characteristics
Fascism was not clearly developed in theory and could appeal to all groups irrespective of status
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Andreas glaeser department of SociologyAndreas glaeser department of Sociology
Associate Professor of Sociology and of the Social Sciences in the College, affiliation with the Department of Germanic Studies and Center for International Studies (since 2005)
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Nazi policy was so successful by 1939 that it controlled over ‘almost every social, professional and economic organisation and institution in Germany’
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October 25 – Russian Civil War begins after the October Revolution in which the Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin, overthrow the Russian Provisional Government
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Saint Andrew’s rc secondary School Faculty of Social SubjectsSaint Andrew’s rc secondary School Faculty of Social Subjects
Treaty of Versailles (‘Diktat’, Article 231 War Guilt Clause) Analysis: Unpopular with the German people – Nazi Party against both so helped them get support, h refers to them constantly in speeches
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