The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921


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The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 Robert Cliver 01/28/09 900igr.net


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Imperial Russia, 1815-1915


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Broom Factory, 1910


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Russian Krestyanin (Peasant)


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Putilov Machine Works


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Putilov Machine Works


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Russian Steel Workers


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1905 Protests


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“Bloody Sunday” (9 Jan. 1905)


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Potemkin Mutiny, 1905


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General Strike (17 October 1905)


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Nicholas II opening the Duma


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Pyotr Stolypin (1862-1911)


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Czar Nicholas II


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Russian Artillery


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Russian Artillery Shelling Galacia


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Russian Rout


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Russian War Dead (German Photo)


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Russian Gas Victims


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Russian Imperial Officers


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Pavel Miliukov


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February Bread Riot (Painting)


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February (March) 1917


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Petrograd, February Revolt of the Pavlovsky Guards Regiment


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Nicholas II at Tsarskoye Tseloe


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Petrograd Demonstration


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The Provisional Government


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The Provisional Government Main Parties: Kadets (Liberals) Octobrists (progressive aristocrats) Progressivists (industrialists and capitalists)


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Soviet of Workers and Soldiers Deputies


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Alexander Guchkov, Minister of War


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Alexander Kerensky


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Kerensky as Prime Minister


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Kerensky at the Front


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Kerensky with Socialist Revolutionary Katerina Breshkovskaia


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Julius Martov in 1896


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V. I. Lenin


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Inside the Winter Palace


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Women’s Volunteer Detachment


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Bolsheviks Storming the Winter Palace


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SR Election Poster, November 1917


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November 1917 Election Results


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“This means civil war.”


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American John Reed


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Peace, Land, Bread and National Self-Determination!


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V. I. Lenin


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Long Live World October!


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Leon Trotsky


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Land Reform


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Collapse of Industry


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Lenin Rids the Land of “Byvshiie”


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“Red Guards”


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Felix Dzerzhinsky – Head of the Cheka


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V. I. Lenin


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Reds and Whites


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Mikhail Uritskii (1873-1918)


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“Red Terror,” Summer 1918


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Stages of the Russian Civil War Nov. 1917 – Nov. 1918 Rising Tensions, Conflict, End of WWI Nov. 1918 – Nov. 1919 Peak of White Fortunes in South Nov. 1919 – July 1921 Red Victory by 1920, Death of Enver Pasha 1921 – Rebellions against the Soviets by peasants, workers, and soldiers suppressed


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Did you volunteer for the Red Army?


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White Recruitment Poster (1919)


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Anarchist Nestor Makhno


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Which side are you on Cossack?


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Foreign Intervention


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US Gis, Murmansk


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Murmansk (Northwest Europe)


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Japanese and Russian Officers 1922


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White Troops and Their Red Opponents


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Devastation of War – Ukraine


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Trotsky as Commissar of War


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Trotsky as Commissar of War


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The Red Cossack


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Red Army Armored Train


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