Soldiers in the White Army
Radical Russian Marxist revolutionaries
Members of the Duma, Russia's parliament
Followers of Rasputin
Plans for redistributing land
Local councils that were kind of like unions and political parties rolled into one.
A state in which the people have a direct say in their government
A state in which the people elect representatives to the legislature
A state in which the government controls every aspect of public and private life
A state in which the working class is glorified and has the greatest voice in government
Overthrowing the last emperor and creating the first government after Empire
Defeating the Kuomintang
Spreading Communism in China
Controlling the rampaging warlords
Chinese Communists, fleeing the Nationalists
Chinese Nationalists, fleeing the Communists
Chinese peasants, fleeing the Japanese invaders
The Russian White Army, fleeing the Bolsheviks
Sun Yat Sen
Mohandis K. Gandhi
They immediately moved to enact reforms.
They made a few reforms but not all.
They resisted all efforts for reform. They were oppressive Czars.
They appointed ministers to study reforms.
They both upheld an autocratic government without reform.
They supported rapid industrialization at the expense of the treasury.
They instituted pogroms to weed out revolutionary thinkers.
They saw to it that the poor were imprisoned for debts.
The Communists divided land among the farmers, while the Nationalists ignored their problems.
The Nationalists relocated thousands of peasants in the Long March.
The Nationalists were forcing China to industrialize.
The Communists moved peasants to collective farms, where they prospered.
The Nationalists succeeded in wiping out the Communists.
Chinese Communists began a 6,000 mile journey.
The Japanese invaded China.
Chinese peasants aligned themselves with the Communists.
Members of the socialist realism movement.
The free market.
The Five-Year Plans
Censorship and propaganda
Traditional religious beliefs.
Opposition to Stalin's power.
Opposition to the war.
Shortages of housing, food, and goods.
Freedom of the press
Being nice to all ethnic groups
Czar Nicholas II
Czar Nicholas II
Death to communists
Pride in Mother Russia
Peace and bread
We need work
Stop the capitalist revolution
Peace, land, bread
We will we will rock you
Bolsheviks rule the world