Key aim timelines

I am a big fan of spreadsheets for organising information for revision. I have set up each key aim with its timeline which can be printed out for distribution to classes or used online, I hope this is useful. Any broken links or queries can you please let me know? Thanks Sarah

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Russian Timeline from 1894 - 1941

K1 Key aim one timeline - How successful was Nicholas in dealing with problems faced between 1894 and 1905?
IC1 Indicative content for key aim one
K2 Key aim two timeline - How stable was Russia between 1905 and 1914?
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How successful was Nicholas II in dealing with the problems he faced between 1894 and 1905?

OPPOSITION SOCIAL, POLITICAL & ECONOMICAL
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1894 Additional Notes:

1895

1896

1897

Social Democrats formed 1898

1899

1900

Social Revolutionaries formed 1901

1902

SDs split Menshiviks + Bolsheviks 1903

1904 Russo-Japanese War…

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political, economic and social problems

Causes of the 1905
revolution
Character, attitude and abilities of
Nicholas II
How successful was Nicholas II in dealing with the problems
he faced between 1894 and 1905?


opposition, liberals, Pobedonostev,
national minorities Witte Russo-Japanese War
populists and
marxists




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How stable was Russia between 1905 and 1914?
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October Manifesto 1905 Additonal notes

Stolypin is Chief Minister - 1911 1906 First Duma formed
Fundamental Laws issued
1907 Second Duma
Third Duma - 1912
1908

1909

1910

Stolypin assassinated 1911

1912 Lena Goldfield's incident
Fourth Duma - 1914…

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The extent, nature and consequences of the 1905 Revolution

The Dumas Witte & the October Manifesto

How stable was Russia between 1905 and 1914?

Fundamental Law Repression & reform under Stolypin

The Political, Economic and Social situation on the eve of war




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Why were there two revolutions in Russia in 1917?
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1917

Jan

Feb Putilov Strikes
International Women's day
City Wide Strikes
Petrograd Desserters
First meeting of Petrograd Soviets CLASH Unofficial meeting of the Provisional Committee
Petrograd Soviets publish The Times Nicholas II prevented from travelling
Decree of abdication…

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Rasputin Criticism in the Duma Events of March 1917



Tsar's Leadership Provisional Government and
Why were there two revolutions in Russia in 1917? Petrograd Soviet

Impact of First World War* Return of exiles &
April Theses
July Days
Roles of Lenin & Kornilov revolt Events of November…

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How effectively did Lenin deal with the problems he faced between 1917 and 1924?
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1917 Additional Notes:

Russian Civil War & Foreign Interventions - 1920 1918 War Communism - 1921
Constituent Assembly forcibly dissolved Red Army established
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Decree on Nationalisation
Forced grain requisitions Murder…

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Civil War: White forces, foreign intervention, Red army, war
Constituent Assembly communism Murder of Tsar


How effectively did Lenin deal with the problems he faced Red Terror
Constitution and government between 1917 and 1924?


NEP Kronstadt Rising
Strengths and weaknesses of Lenin as leader




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Why and how was Stalin able to gain and consolidate his power between 1924 and 1941?
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Death of Lenin 1924 Lenin's testament suppressed

Trotsky loses position as War Minister 1925 Kamenev & Zinoviev - United Opposition

Trotsky joins Kamenev & Zinoviev - Left 1926

Trotsky dismissed from…

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