Key Theme 2a- The Nature of Government-Ideology

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What is the first turnining point?
Defeat in the Crimean War
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What ideology continued?
-"Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Nationality", -Divine Rule, -Hereditary Rights,
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What ideology changed?
Makes Alexander II 'Tsar Liberator' as it encouraged a number of reforms,
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What is the next turning point?
1866 assassination attempt by Hell,
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What ideology continued?
-"Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Nationality", -Divine Rule, -Hereditary Rights,
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What is the next turning point?
1881 assassination
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What ideology continues?
-"Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Nationality", -Divine Rule, -Hereditary Rights,
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What ideology changes?
Alexander III- Russification began as well as repression and regression,
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What is the next turning point?
1905 Revolution/ Defeat in Russo-Japanese War
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What ideology continues?
-"Autocracy, Orthodoxy, Nationality", -Divine Rule, -Hereditary Rights,
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What ideology changes?
Nicholas II loses the title of 'Little Father' that his predecessors hadm
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What is the next turning point?
World War One
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What two other turning points are within World War One?
-February 1917, -October 1917,
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In February 1917, what was the ideology change?
Autocracy to democracy- Including 'Universal Suffrage' and 'Dual Authority'
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In October 1917, what was the ideology change?
Democracy to communism including small scale capitalism and an international socialist revolution
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Therefore, what is the overall ideology change for WW1?
Autocracy to democracy to communism
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What is the next turning point?
Civil War
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Was there an ideology change?
No
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What was the next turning point?
1924/1928
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Is there a continuity of ideology?
Communism- Dictatorship, -"Uncle Joe" like "Little Father" of AII and AIII
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Is there a change of ideology?
There is an end to an international socialist revolution and the beginning of socialism in one country, -Totalatianism, -
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What was the next turning point?
World War Two
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Is there a continuity of ideology?
Russification from AIII,
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Is there a change of ideology?
High Stalinism is introduced,
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What is the next turning point?
1953
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What is the continuity of ideology?
-Communism
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What is the change of ideology?
-Democralisation, destalinisation and decentralisation, -Peaceful co-existence
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What is the last turning point?
The Cold War
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Is there any continuity or change in ideology?
No
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Overall, what turning point(s) show the most change in ideology and why?
World War One, -This covers the Tsars, the Provisional Government and the Dictator's ideologies which are all very different. Ideologies of Russia from 1914 to 1918 moved from autocracy to democracy to communism so the most change.
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