Revolu

THE FIRST WORLD WAR AND THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

  • I INITIATE THE FIRST FOREFRONTS

    I INITIATE THE FIRST FOREFRONTS
    Russian Vanguard is a term used to define the huge and influential wave of modern art that emerged in Russia (or more accurately, the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union) approximately between 1890 and 1930, although in some places it begins earlier, in 1850 , and ends later, in 1960.
    The ideas of this vanguard clash with those sponsored by the new state, socialist realism.
  • MURDER IN SARAJEVO

    MURDER IN SARAJEVO
    The royal couple went to visit Bosnia. When the car passed through the square, the crowd included a group of young Serbian nationalists who were fighting for Serbia to regain the province of Bosnia-Herzegovina.The royal couple’s car passed just meters from Princip and there the young man knew it was his moment. With a gun he shot Francisco Fernando in the neck and Sofia in the abdomen.
  • TANNENBERG's BATTLE

    TANNENBERG's BATTLE
    Battle of Tannenberg, which confronted the Russian Empire and the German during World War I.
  • 1 ª MARNE's BATTLE

    1 ª MARNE's BATTLE
    Also known as the "Battle of the Miracle", it was one of the battles that occurred during the First World War. It was a joint attack by six French operating armies and the BEF ( British Expeditionary Force), where the German Imperial Army is stopped from moving towards Paris. Which begins a long stage of trench warfare.
  • SOMME's BATTLE

    SOMME's BATTLE
    was one of the longest and bloodiest of the First World War, with more than a million casualties between both sides. British and French forces attempted to break the German lines along a front 40 kilometres north and south of the Somme River in northern France. The main purpose of the battle was to distract the German troops from the battle of Verdun; however, the casualties of the battle of the Somme ended up being superior to those of the latter.
  • VERDÚN's BATTLE

    VERDÚN's BATTLE
    was the greatest and longest battle of the First World War on the Western front between the German and French armies. The battle took place in the hills north of Verdun-sur-Meuse, in the northeast of France.
  • FEBRUARY REVOLUTION

    FEBRUARY REVOLUTION
    Description The February 1917 Revolution in the Russian Empire marked the first stage of the Russian Revolution of 1917. It caused the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, ended the Russian monarchy and led to the formation of an interim Government.
  • AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR

    AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR
    The U.S. people asked to declare war on Germany, but President Woodrow Wilson only protested. Germany promised not to sink any more merchant ships, but as it did not comply with this agreement, the United States declared war on it in April 1917. American aid came into play when it was most needed.
  • THE RIGHT TO VOTE OF WOMEN OF MORE THAN 30 YEARS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

    THE RIGHT TO VOTE OF WOMEN OF MORE THAN 30 YEARS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
    On 6 February 1918 the British Parliament passed a law granting the right to vote to women over 30 years of age, who at that time numbered more than eight million in a country still immersed in the First World War.
  • REVOLUTION OF OCTOBER

    REVOLUTION OF OCTOBER
    It was the radicalization of the Russian Revolution of 1917, after the February Revolution and the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II.
  • PCUS

    PCUS
    The Communist Party of the Soviet Union was the only legal political party of the Soviet Union, and one of the largest communist organizations in the world. He lost his dominion in the wake of the failed coup attempt of August 1991 commanded by a group of members of the so-called hard line.
  • TREATY OF BREST LITOVSK

    TREATY OF BREST LITOVSK
    The Peace of Brest-Litovsk was a peace treaty signed on March 3, 1918 in the Belarusian city of Brest-Litovsk between the German Empire, Bulgaria, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire and Soviet Russia.
  • EXECUTION OF ZAR AND HIS FAMILY

    EXECUTION OF ZAR AND HIS FAMILY
    The murder or extermination of the Romanov imperial family and all those who decided to accompany them to jail - especially Eugene Botkin, Anna Demidova, Alekséi Trupp and Iván Jaritónov - was an event that took place in Yekaterinburg on the night of July .
  • 2 BATTLE OF MARNE

    2 BATTLE OF MARNE
    The second Battle of the Marne or Battle of Reims was the last major German offensive on the Western Front during the First World War.
  • ARMISTICE

    ARMISTICE
    a treaty that was signed in 1918 between the German Empire and the Allies (United Kingdom, France, Russia and the United States) in the carriage of a train from Compiègne (France), to end hostilities in the First World War
  • PEACE OF VERSAILLES SOCIETY OF NATIONS

    PEACE OF VERSAILLES SOCIETY OF NATIONS
    The League of Nations (SDN) or League of Nations was an international organization created by the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919. It was proposed to establish the bases for peace and the reorganization of international relations once the First World War.
  • CREATION OF THE USSR

    CREATION OF THE USSR
    The Treaty of creation of the USSR is a document that legalizes the creation of the union of several Soviet Republics to form the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).