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Causes Of Russian Revolution

Students are asked to:Step1: Briefly explain each eventStep 2: Next to each CAUSE mark a number 1 through 8. #1 representing the biggest contributing factor that propelled Russia in the 1917 Revolution and #8, representing the least motivating factory.Step 3: ELABORATE on why you assigned a #1, 2, and 3 to the events that you did.Step 4: Short Essay response or discussion question

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FREE This Who's Who in the Russian Revolution reference packet includes 5 men your students will encounter in a unit on the Russian Revolution. The sheets include the person's name, their image, and a blurb about what they are typically historically noted for. 8-12 FREE

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Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://www.crestock.com/uploads/blog/2008/propagandaposters/25.jpg

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Analyze a Political Cartoon Worksheet: Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1918) - World War I/Russian Revolution. Free to print (PDF file). Grades 7-12.

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Russian Revolution Timeline Activity

Russian Revolution Timeline Activity: Match dates with events in the Russian Revolution 1905 - 1924 Excellent activity for unit on Russian Revolution Total Pages 2 Teaching Duration 45 Minutes

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from Mail Online

Massacre of the Russian royals: Horrific last hours of a dynasty

Tsar and family, a tragic ending for this family. They're actually related to me through my Russian grandma. Very sad!

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Alexandra Kollontai was a Russian revolutionary and one of the main leaders of the Bolshevik Party during the Russian Revolution of 1917. In 1920-21 she was a leader of the Workers' Opposition within the party. From 1923 onwards she withdrew from directly political activity and became a Soviet diplomat and ambassador to Norway, Mexico and Sweden. Kollontai played a pioneering role in analysing the oppression of women from a socialist and Marxist perspective and in developing political work…

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