Chapter 14 Review Russia

  • Period: Oct 30, 1200 to Oct 30, 1500


    Ivan the Great, Time of troubles, Kiev rises, falls, Moscow rises
  • Period: Nov 7, 1400 to


    treated as slaves
  • Period: Nov 7, 1400 to


    taxes exempt, hard on serfs, C2 Charter of Nobility gave right to volunteer.
  • Period: Dec 7, 1545 to

    Catherine II

    She was smart and shrewd. No one really supported her. She took down trade barriers and tried to get waterfront territory and better goods.
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    Three times: 1689-1725, 1725-1762, 1762-1796.
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    discriminated against, made to live in ghettos unless converts or rich
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    austrian succession
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    Peter II

    He saved Prussia from military defeat.
  • Treaty of aix-la-chapelle

    keep silesia
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    seven years war

    vs france
  • end of Seven Years War

    treaty of heburtusburg
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    Joseph II

    He was humorless. Centralized his authority and tried to keep his people happy. Literally refused the crown and tried to get the church under his control. He wanted better treatment of slaves.
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    Pugachev Rebellions

    Pugachev Rebellion against Catherine II, which she quickly stopped.
  • Declaration of Pillnitz

    Leopold II and King Fredrick William II want to protect the royal family
  • Quadruple Alliance

    Britain Austria Russia Prussia against France
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    The second and third partitions of Poland

    The Polish were depended by Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Russia and England overcame him and partitioned Poland twice.
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    Revolts start in the Austrian empire.
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    Leadership questions

    Had issues deciding who was to be the ruler.
  • Treaty of Tilsit

    Prussia and Russia ally, Frances gains confirmd over river.
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    Restored bouborn power in France and hoped to satisfy Napolean
  • Decemberists revolt

    Junior Moscow officers refuse to take an oath of allegiance and failed.
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    Nicholas I

    Supresses Poland.
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    Official nationalty

    Orthodoxy, autocracy, and nationalism.
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    The Crimean War

    Russia versus the Ottoman Empire, caused by Russia using protective oversight of the Orthodox Christians to try to invade the Ottomans. The Ottomans declared war.
  • End of Crimean War

    Russia falls to France and Britain.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Ended the Crimean War, required Russia to surrender territory near the Danube River, recognized the neutrality of the Black Sea, and renounced its plans to protect Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Empire.
  • Emancipation

    No more serfs
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    The Balkan Wars

    Resulted in the independence of or Russia/Austria dominating over most of the Ottoman European holdings.
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    The Boxer rebellion

    Anti-Foreigner group in China
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    Russo-Japanese War

    Started the Russian Revolution
  • Winter Palace

    Bloody Sunday occurs.
  • October manifesto

    Establishes constituttional government.
  • War with Japan

    Russia defeated.
  • The Russian Revolution

    Changed Russia forever.
  • Lenin

    Publishes "Imperialism - The highest state of Capitalism" about monopolies.
  • The Russian Revolution

    Lenin's concepts become the dogma of the Soviet Bloc for 50 years.
  • Russia's Revolution

    Nicholas II was supposedly being controlled by his German wife. He then keft to lead the army and a provisional government was formed.
  • Bolshevik

  • treaty of Brest-litovsk

    yeilded territory
  • Com intern

    Socialist movement
  • NEP

    Peasants could farm for profit. Instituted by Lenin.
  • Stalin

    Five year plans ensued.
  • Grain

    Harvests seized in this year.
  • Japan

    Japan occupies Manchuria, causing the Litton Report.
  • Purges

    Killing of head army officials that lasted 4 years. Included many show trials.
  • Lenin dies

    Power vacuum with Trotsky and Stalin ensues.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Japan bombs Pearl Harbor
  • Americans

    Start island-hopping.
  • The atomic bomb

    Two of them, fired within a week of each other, helped the Allies win the war.
  • Publicly

    Stalin puts the western democracies as enemies.
  • The Secret Speech

    Kruscev denounces Stalin.
  • Invasions

    in Afghanistan.
  • Siberia

    Coal Miners strike.
  • August Coup

    Against Gorbachev.