Russia and its Rulers: The Essays Past Paper Questions Specimen Paper



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June 2014

  • Assess the view that Russia’s rulers were opposed to change during the period from 1855-1964.

  • How far do you agree that the abdication of Nicholas II in February 1917 was the most important turning-point in the development of Russian government in the period from 1855-1964.

  • Assess the view that Russia’ communist leaders did more than the Tsars to improve the lives of the peoples of Russia in the period from 1855-1964.

June 2015

  • ‘There was more continuity than change in the domestic policies of Russia’s rulers in the period from 1855-1964’. How far do you agree with this view?

  • ‘Stalin was more successful in dealing with opposition than any other ruler of Russia in the period from 1855-1964’. How far do you agree with this view?

  • ‘The development of Russian government was influenced more by revolution than any other factor’. How far do you agree with this view of the period from 1855-1964?



Remember: all questions are worth 60 marks

All questions require you to compare leaders from both before the 1917 Revolution and after (Tsars, Communists and the Provisional Government) however you are not expected to talk about all of the leaders.





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