Using at least 5 key terms from this week, create an extended response summarizing and explaining their significance and impact on the Russian Revolution.   

**TIP** Use the C.E.W. model; make a claim regarding the Russian Revolution, and use the terms to support and warrant your claim as examined earlier in class.  Make it clear what your claim is, what your evidence is, and what your warrant is. 

Jacob Gregory
1/31/2013 09:59:44 pm

In the Russian Revolution, Stalin is a guy who was worse then Hitler.He even killed his own people. Russia was considered the U.S.S.R. which is the Soviet Union.Lenin was a guy that wants peace,land,and bread.

1/31/2013 10:01:25 pm

Josef Stalin played a part in the russian revolution. He wanted to spread communism throughout the world. He was the dictator in russia after Lenin died. The white army fought against the red army. Russia was called the U.S.S.R. or the soviet union.

Erica metzgar
1/31/2013 10:02:04 pm

u.s.s.r stands for the untied solviet socialist republic
vladimir lenin was the major leader of bolsheviks. (peace, land and bread) died after 2 years in office.
joesph stalin took over after Valdimir. He killed over 20 million of his own people. took land, bread and there was conficts with in the country itself there for there was no peace.
Rasputin a self described "holy man" he claimed he had a major healing powers

Eric Santy
1/31/2013 10:03:30 pm

The revolution started because Nicholas II Was a bad ruler he left the people with low wages and no food the people over threw him and linen took over and he died 2 years later and stalin took over with absoulute power and killed 20 million of his own people.

Kyler Lehman
1/31/2013 10:05:29 pm

When Nicholas II left, he left his wife in charge, but she depended on Rasputin to take over for her. Joeseph Stalin became dictator after Lenin died. Lenin was the ruler of Russia that had the policy of peace, land, and bread. Nicholas II was an autocratic ruler and czar of Russia. Vladimir was the leader of a radical group called the Bolshevicks.

Jerry L
1/31/2013 10:06:04 pm

Nicholas II was the czar of Russia at the time of the revolution. The citizens were angry about Russia's involvment in WW1. They also didn't like Rasputin having so much power over the choices of Nicholas II.The Bolsheviks were radicals who wanted to create a communist controlled government. They forced him out of the position of czar. Vladimir Lenin led the revolution to take control of Russia.They created a communist nation known as the U.S.S.R. , Communism was strongly changed by Karl Marx. The U.S.S.R. Adopted a version of his communism.

1/31/2013 10:07:10 pm

the bolsheviks supported a small number of committed revolutionaries willing to sacrifice everything for change. they would do anything for change.
Rasputin, was a self discribed holly man, that basically took over the country because joseph stalin left for a while. the people hated Rasputin. they killed him shortly after he took over for a while.

Kasey Carson
1/31/2013 10:07:31 pm

Nicholas the second was the czar of russia. A family hired resputin to heal their son. The bolevieviks wanted radical change. the menshevikes didnt want change. karl marx wanted comminusim to be the main government. vladmier lenin was in charge for a short time.

Rosa Jaime
1/31/2013 10:09:45 pm

Russia became the "U.S.S.R." also known as the Soviet Union from 1945-1991. Had people such as, Rasputin, he was a self- described "holy man," he claimed to have magical healing powers. He made most decisions of the war while Nicolas II wasn't there. Nicolas II was the main ruler of that time. Czar Nicholas's II autocratic policies did not allow people to have any political power. The people were unhappy about poor wages and long working hours. Food shortages and rationing were also factors. Later on Vladimir Lenin took over. He wanted to change Nicolas's II autocratic policies. He gave away, "Peace, land, and bread." Everyone liked him as a ruler. Once he died, Josef Stalin took over. He killed more people than Hitler. He even killed his own people and he hired a "Secret Police." Many people wanted to overthrown him. Later they came up with a policy called, totalitarianism. This meant that the government was able to control everything.

1/31/2013 10:11:36 pm

In the Russian Revolution, Russia changed to the U.S.S.R. in 1921-1991. U.S.S.R stands for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Nicholas ll "The Czar of Russia;" is a huge impact on Russia because he was an autocratic ruler. Although Nicholas was an autocratic ruler, he did not allow people to have political power. The people became unhappy about their poor wages and long hours. All of the problems led to social unrest. When Nicholas ll died;Vladimir Lenin made up a slogan "peace, land, and bread." Lenin tried to help fix all of the problems but he passed away too soon. When Lenin died, a guy named Joseph Stalin became ruler. After all the problems Lenin tried to fix from Nicholas; Stalin made everything so much worse. He killed over 20 million of his own people. He created so many more problems before. I think all the work Lenin put in to fix Russia; all of it went downhill and never got fixed again.


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