Humanities timeline

  • Karl Marx Born

    Karl Marx, was a German socialist and social theorist
  • The publishing of the Communist Manifesto

    The publishing of the Communist Manifesto
    Marx and Eagels published a pamphlet outlining the elements of the philosophy of communism.
  • Death of Karl Marx

  • Marxist believed they could achieve socialism peacefully

    By 1914 many Marxists in countries such as Germany, Britain and France believed that they can achive socialism peacefully and democratically
  • World War I was dividing people in all of the combant nations

    By 1917, World War I was incresingly diving people in all of the combant nations but these divisions were deepest in Russia, which fought German and Austrian forces on the Eastern Front
  • Riot by 100000 in Russia

    On International Women's Day a crowd of 1000000 started demanding food and worker's rights.
  • Tsar orders the soldiers to fire. After a while they refuse

    Tsar ordered his soldiers to fire on the crowd. The crowd began sacking public buildings and lynched police officers. Against the Tsar's orders the Duma refused to close, electing a proffecional temporary government with prince Llov in charge
  • America declares war on Germany

    although America only just declared war, she has been apart of it for a while supplying her Allies with weapons and materials
  • The Bolsheviks overthrow the Provisional government

  • Russia and Germany sign peace treaty

    Agreed to end war between both nations.
  • the use of Tanks and Planes became common and ordinary

    This was because of the rapid advance in weapon technology
  • an Armistice signed

    An Armistice was signed to declare that the war has officially ended. Nations all over the world greeted this news with celebration
  • Treaty of Versailles signed by Germany

    In the palace of Versailles was signed by germany, which meant she officially took the blame and had to pay for the damages caused.
  • The 'Roaring' twenties began

    From this point, up until 1927, buisness revenue grew up to 7%, which ensured jobs for people, who bagan spending their money on luxuries they could now afford
  • Motor industries grew

    In the 1920's the motor industries grew, specially companies such as Ford and Chysler. 1 in 5 Americans were said to have owned a motor vehicle.