Edexcel iGCSE History Revision: Russia in Revolution, 1914-1924

A* Quality Notes on iGCSE History Topic B3: Russia in Revolution, 1914-1924

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IGCSE Section B Option B3
Depth Study

Russia 1914 - 1924
· Successes and Failures in WW1
· The February Revolution
· The Bolshevik seizure of power
· Civil War
· War Communism & the NEP

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Key Issue Content Revised? Why was Russia so difficult to govern?
Nature of the Russian Empire: Size, Nationalities, Structure of society, Nature of
Tsarism Growth of opposition to the Tsar & 1905 Revolution
Nature of opposition to the Tsar Causes of the 1905 revolution Events of 1905
Consequences of 1905…

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Death of Lenin Creation of Soviet Union
1. THE TSARIST SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
The Russian monarch was known as the Tsar. He ruled as an autocrat and believed
that God had made him Tsar and that he therefore had absolute authority to rule
Russia. The Tsar ruled with the support…

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revolution
The MENSHEVIKS who believed Russia was not ready for revolution.
· MODERATE OPPOSTION

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Moderates did not want revolution. They included many different groups such as the
Constitutional Democrats (Kadets) which was set up in 1905 and was led by Paul
Miliukov. They were mostly lawyers, teachers, doctors and civil servants. They believed
in working with the constitution or laws of Russia to bring…

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crowd. The estimated number of casualties on Bloody Sunday has varied from 1000s to
less than 100 (according to official government figures).
THE REVOLUTION
By the end of January there were more than 400,000 workers on strike and for the rest
of the year the government had little control. The…

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Edexcel iGCSE History Revision: Russia in Revolution, 1914-1924

A* Quality Notes on iGCSE History Topic B3: Russia in Revolution, 1914-1924

Revision Tips:

  • Read Through the Revision Pack, Highlighting Key Points.
  • Have a go at the activities at the end of the Pack.

Pages in this set

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IGCSE Section B Option B3
Depth Study

Russia 1914 - 1924
· Successes and Failures in WW1
· The February Revolution
· The Bolshevik seizure of power
· Civil War
· War Communism & the NEP

Page 3

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Key Issue Content Revised? Why was Russia so difficult to govern?
Nature of the Russian Empire: Size, Nationalities, Structure of society, Nature of
Tsarism Growth of opposition to the Tsar & 1905 Revolution
Nature of opposition to the Tsar Causes of the 1905 revolution Events of 1905
Consequences of 1905…

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Death of Lenin Creation of Soviet Union
1. THE TSARIST SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
The Russian monarch was known as the Tsar. He ruled as an autocrat and believed
that God had made him Tsar and that he therefore had absolute authority to rule
Russia. The Tsar ruled with the support…

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revolution
The MENSHEVIKS who believed Russia was not ready for revolution.
· MODERATE OPPOSTION

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Moderates did not want revolution. They included many different groups such as the
Constitutional Democrats (Kadets) which was set up in 1905 and was led by Paul
Miliukov. They were mostly lawyers, teachers, doctors and civil servants. They believed
in working with the constitution or laws of Russia to bring…

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crowd. The estimated number of casualties on Bloody Sunday has varied from 1000s to
less than 100 (according to official government figures).
THE REVOLUTION
By the end of January there were more than 400,000 workers on strike and for the rest
of the year the government had little control. The…

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