Lenin's Russia - Detail

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Second Congress of Soviets

26 Oct 1917

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Sovnarkom

Soviet of People's Commissars

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Decree promising self-determination to minorities

November 1917

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Set up of elected people's courts

November 1917

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Cheka

December 1917

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Bolshevik percentage in Constituent Assembly

24%

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SR's percentage in Constituent Assembly

41%

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Constituent Assembly locked and surrounded by Red Guard

January 1918

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Rosa Luxemburg

Lenin brought about "the dictatorship of the Communist Party over the working classes"

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Opposition to end of WWI

Revolutionary War Group (Nikolai Bukharin)

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Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

3 march 1918

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Effects of T. Brest-Litovsk

62 Million people

2 million kilometers square

1/3 agricultural produce

74% iron ore

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Volunteer army by spring 1918

led by General Alekseev and Kornilov

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Russian Civil War

(Czech Legion) March 1918

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Capital moved to Moscow (hub of railway network)

March 1918

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Human loss of Russian Civil War

10 million

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Use of propaganda CW

defenders of the Motherland & O.Figues: peasants were likelier to support

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Vasenkha (Supreme Council of the National economy)

December 1918: control over industrial enterprises

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Food Supplies Dictatorship

May 1918

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D. Christian

"party emerged of civil war years militarised, brutalised and mobilisation as alternative to capitalism"

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Tambov pesant revolt

August 1920 - 1921

70'000 peasant army

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Kronstadt Salilors' Manifesto

March 1921

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New Economic Policy

10th Party Congress (August 1921)

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Ban on Fractions

10th Party Congress (1921)

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Effects NEP

cereal production rose 23%

factory production 200%

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Scissors Crisis

1923

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Fanny Kaplan assasination attempt on Lenin

30 August 1918

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Red Terror

R. Service: more a local-level than Soviet policy

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Cheka renamed GPU

1922