KT1- Law and Censorship

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What did Alexander II introduce?
Glasnost (openness
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What was introduced by Justice?
Justice of the peace
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What were judges?
better paid
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What was introduced in 1872?
special courts for political trials introduced
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In 1863, what did editors have to introduce?
approval after printing
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What was removed from courts and when?
Censorship from control of courts, 1866
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Under Alexander III what was increased?
The use of closed/ secret trials
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When was the Okhrana set up?
1881
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When was press censorship?
after 1882
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What were Newspapers not allowed to report?
the 1891 famine
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What were judges advised on?
sentencing and verdicts
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What happened to Newspapers after 3 warnings?
Had to submit before printing
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What happened to Censorship after NIcholas II reign?
eased in 1894
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What had increased after 1905 October 1905?
freedoms increased
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What were newspapers aimed at?
working class appeared 'Kopek newspaper
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What had the PG legalised?
free press, movement, association, political activity, no censorship
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What was abolished?
Okhrana
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What paper was banned after the July Days?
Bolshevik paper
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What was set up under Lenin?
Cheka set up
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What was the Bolshevik newspaper called?
Pravda
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What was banned within the party?
factions
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What was set up to control imgae of Russian life?
1921 Agitation and Propaganda department (Agitprop)
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Under Stalin, What did writers and publishers have to join?
Union of Soviet writers
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What was a crime?
to listen to foreign radio
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What were loudspeakers used as?
propaganda
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Under Khrushvhev, What book was released?
The thaw, by Ehrenberg
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What had eased during his reign?
Censorship
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What had happened to books being published?
they doubled from 1920s
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What happened to Pasternek?
published Dr Zhivago abroard and was banned from receiving Nobel prize for Literature 1958
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What was not reported?
Novocherkassk food riots, 1962
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What was introduced by Justice?

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What were judges?

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What was introduced in 1872?

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In 1863, what did editors have to introduce?

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