REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA

Match the items on the right with the items on the left.

 
Signed on March 3, 1918, between Germany and the new Bolshevik Russia that resulted in Russia's removal from the war, and German confiscation of Poland, Ukraine, Finland, and the Baltic provinces.
Lenin's secret police re-established to root out opponents of the Bolsheviks.
A Siberian mystic that heavily influenced the Czarina as adviser since she believed he could control the bleeding of her hemophilic son Alexis.
Government of the revolutionaries set up by the liberal, bourgeois members of the Duma after the abdication of Nicholas II in March, that established equality before the law, the right to form unions and strikes, and freedom of religion, speech, and assembly, until November 1917.
German born empress in charge of the government after her husband Czar Nicholas II takes personal command of the Russian army and also became heavily influenced by Rasputin.
In Russian, it means "assembly," but it is the lower house of the Russian Parliament set up by Nicholas II to approve laws (although this function was often disregarded).
Wealthy Russian peasant farmers who flourished under Lenin's New Economic Policy and resisted Stalin's collectivization program.
A member of the socialist party who became prime minister of the short-lived Provisional government.
A counter-revolutionary army consisting of supporters of the Tsar that was defeated by the "Red" Army during the Russian Civil War.
In Lenin's, "April Thesis," this Bolshevik slogan summed up the promise to take Russia out of World War I, to organize the seizure of peasant land, and to control industrial production by the workers.
Russian defeat in this war in 1905, revealing the Russian army and state's weakness, led to increased calls for liberal reform.
An extreme right wing of Russian socialists under the leadership of Lenin that were the equivalent of the Jacobins of the French Revolution of the 1970s.
Tsarist troops fire open on a peaceful demonstration of workers led by an orthodox priest in St. Petersburg's Winter Palace, that shattered the tsar's status as the "Little Father" of his people.
The conservative socialist, "Minority," faction of the Social Democratic Party that supported a Democratic Revolution and Russia's continual participation in the war.
Russian revolutionary and military leader of the Red Army who Revolutionary committee in Petrograd.
Tsar Nicholas II responds to the Revolution of 1905 with a promise to create a national representative assembly and grant civil liberties such as freedom of press.
A belief that the existing society and government must be destroyed so that a better society can be created.
Forces that overthrow the Provisional Government an defend the resulting Bolshevik government against the "white" armies.
The equivalent of the French Revolution's Reign of Terror, under Stalin's leadership, that resulted in the massive killing of Russians through the aid of the secret police and slave labor camps known as gulags.
The slogan of the Menshevik leader, Alexander Kerensky.
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