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Analyze the ways in which the policies of joseph Stalin transformed the policies of Vladimir Lenin

Both wanted to get rid of religion

Lenin separated church and state

Stalin religion abolished bummed and looted churches

Politics Lenin Russian socialist , secret police governor control of large industries selling crops

Stalin socialist uprising 1st Russian spy ring wanted complete control 5year plane

Stalin more radical


Compare and contrast the French jacobins use of state power to achieve revolutionary goals during the terror with stalins use of state power to achieve revolutionary goals in the Soviet Union during the period 1928-1939



Compare and contrast the ways that seventeenth century absolute monarch and 20th sentry dictators Gaines and maintained their power

Absolute Louis XIV
Dictator Mussolini and hurler

Louis ruling with Devine right after turmoil

Stuart's -successes Elizabeth
Summoning parliament

Dictators Mussolini after turmoil terrifies (fascists) intimidation beatings and murder
Hitler-appealed to people hurler "mein kampf" ideas


Analyze the participation of European women in the economy and in policies from 1914 to 1939

Russia and Germany politics right to vote

Germany-hitler racial superiority award for producing children

Emetine Pankhurst gained more rights for women

Germany economy forced women in work force domestic jobs

Russian- agricultural industry 5year plan women in factories medicine woman's profession


Analyze how the Balkan crisis from 1903 to 1914 and the crisis in central and Eastern Europe from 1935 to 1939 threatened European balance of power

Balkans after decline of Ottoman Empire they wanted to gain power in their land
Russia expansions policies conquered many Balkan territories
Australia conservative government and conflicting with Russia
Both wanted territories in SE Europe

Balkan 1and 2 war presented Russia limitation and showed Austrians authority


Considering the period 1933 to 1945 analyze the economic diplomatic and military reasons for Germany's defeat in the Second World War

suffered from a brutal defeat by U.S, Britain and Soviet allies ranging from the upper hand the Allies had in the Economy as U.S was able to lend money and weapons to European Countries,

Economic defeat-great depression
US supplied weapons

Diplomatic defeat
U.S. entered war and made alliance with Britain and Soviet Union after Hitler declared war on U.S.
Big Three decided at the Tehran Conference for a joint British and American invasion of France.
Yalta Conference- Discussed how to split up Germany and keep it under a controlled system of power
U.S Neutrality laws were changed to allow sale of arms to warring nation.
Postdam Conference- Overall agreement from Big Three members was the defeat of Nazism.
Atomic Bomb was tested and reported back successful in U.S.

Military defeat


Compare and contrast the victorious allies powers treatment of Germany after the First World War with their treatment of Germany after the Second World War analyze the reasons for the similarites and differences

Similarities role unable to be part of negotiations
Treaty of. We sailors Wilson
Demands required to pay

Poorly things taken away they were grounded

Pot sdam


Analyze the ways in which the theories of both Darwin and the Freud challenged traditional European ways of thinking about religion morality and human behavior in 1850-1950

Darwin-human perfection with evolution
Natural selection origin of man rebuked by church. Perfect humans man is animal

Freud subconscious a humanity's animalistic tendencies
Perfect society utopia religious toleration -animals desire not perfect (Id,ego superego)humans subject to all animals believed rational reactions


Between the wars

Great Depression YS stockholders withdrew stalks from Europe markets economic collapse

Monarchies -began to lose power replaced democratic elections totalitarian dictatorship

League of Nations -alliance to present appeasement do what's necessary to prevent war give countries what they wanted social more human rights women right to vote could serve un army


Marxism in Russia

Economic policies collectivization all crops play peasants (stalkin)
War communism confiscation of supples 5year plan undustrialization

Political policies universal health care free education

Non Marxist economic labor camps 2nd 5year plan heavy industry

Non Marxist political secret police Stalin removal of Bolsheviks

Study of class relations due to social conflict