Russia in Revolution (1881-1953)

Katie Difford
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History AS (Russia) Mind Map on Russia in Revolution (1881-1953), created by Katie Difford on 04/14/2013.
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Russia in Revolution (1881-1953)
1 Economy
1.1 Witte's Great Spurt
1.1.1 Trans-Siberian railway
1.1.2 Other people involved
1.1.3 Coal, oil and iron production rose
1.1.4 Developed military and navy
1.2 5 Year Plans
1.2.1 Heavy Industry
1.2.2 War Rearmament
1.2.3 Stakhonovite movement
1.3 Collectivisation
1.3.1 Initially successful
1.3.2 Grain requisitioning led to famine and thus failure
1.3.3 Poor living conditions
2 Military/War
2.1 Opposition
2.1.1 SRs
2.1.2 SDs
2.1.3 Liberals
2.1.4 Populists
2.2 Revolutions
2.2.1 1905
2.2.2 February 1917
2.2.3 October 1917
2.3 World Wars
2.3.1 Impact of WW1
2.3.2 Russia in WW2
2.3.3 Success in WW2
2.4 Civil War
2.4.1 Post Civil War
2.4.2 Reds vs. Whites
3 Social
3.1 Women
3.1.1 Women made up a large percentage of workforce
3.1.2 Rewards for having children
3.2 Family
3.2.1 Representative of Russia
3.2.2 Value of marriage
3.2.3 Discouragement of divorce
3.3 Education
3.3.1 More disciplined
3.3.2 Reading, writing, science and ideology
3.3.3 Raising good citizens
4 Political
4.1 Alex III's policies
4.1.1 More counter-reform
4.1.2 Favourable to peasants and religion
4.2 PG
4.2.1 Controlling body of Russia after Tsar
4.3 Fundamental Laws
4.3.1 Gave Tsar majority of political power
4.3.2 Article 87 - Rule by Decree
4.4 Stolypin
4.4.1 Modernize Russian agriculture
4.4.2 More loyal peasantry
4.5 Dumas
4.5.1 Largely unsuccessful
4.5.2 Tsar could still rule by decree
4.6 Leadership contest
4.6.1 Trotsky
4.6.2 Stalin
4.6.3 Bukharin
4.6.4 Kamenev
4.6.5 Zinoviev
4.7 Rise of Stalin
4.7.1 Triumvirate
4.7.2 Duumvirate
4.7.3 Shifting alliances
5 Terror
5.1 Moscow Show Trials
5.1.1 Sixteen (1936)
5.1.2 Seventeen (1937)
5.1.3 Twenty-one (1938)
5.2 NKVD
5.2.1 Radicalisation
5.2.2 Yagoda
5.2.3 New-style NKVD
5.2.3.1 Yezhov
6 Art
6.1 Socialist Realism
6.1.1 Partynost
6.1.2 Ideinost
6.1.3 Narodnost
6.2 Cult of Personality
6.2.1 Cult of impersonality
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