Modern World History: Chapter 14
Pro-communism revolutionaries. Led by Lenin, later on by Stalin. Formed the Red Army.
Leader of the Bolsheviks. Ruthless.
January 22, 1905. Over 200,000 workers and their families organized a petition for better working conditions, more personal freedom, and an elected national legislature. Protest ended in a massacre from the government towards the people. Several hundred died, over 1,000 were injured.
Medic/Shaman, aided the son of Czar Nicholas and Czarina Alexandra with his hemophilia. Gained the trust of the family. In reward, Alexandra allowed Rasputin to make political decisions.
Groups of socialists revolutionaries.
Army against the Bolsheviks.
Bolshevik’s party name.
Lenin’s successor. Stalin = “man of steel”.
Government that takes total, centralized, state control over every aspect of public and private life.
Stalin’s campaign of terror against all those opposing him.
Economic system in which government controls all aspects of economy within a nation.
Stalin’s plans to industrialize Russia. A total of 10 years would be dedicated towards the industrialization of Russia.
Government seized over 25 million private owned farms, then combined them into one large system of farms called collective farms.
Group pushing for modernization and nationalization.
First leader of the Kuomintang.
May Fourth Movement
Protests against Chinese government for unfulfillment of recuperation of Chinese past territories.
1st leader of the Chinese Communist Party.
After the Communist Party faced defeat by the Nationalist Party, 100,000 communist forces fled.
British law over Hindu people. Laws allowed the British to imprison any protestors against the British government.
Massacre caused by British officials for the supposed defy of the grouping ban imposed by the British government.
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Indian independence leader.
Hindu disobedience against all major regulations imposed by the British government within India. These include, boycotts, strikes and demonstrations, and the Salt March.
Act against British Salt Ban, activists collected salt from the ocean and used it for personal use.
Led Turkish nationalists in fighting back the Greeks and their British backers.