KT1- Nationalities

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What nationality was released in 1830-31?
Poles
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What was the 1863 Polish revolt caused by?
hanging of those who assassinated Russian appointed Polish PM
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What was allowed in the Ukraine?
newspaper and language
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What was finland allowed?
Own parliament in 1863 and own constitution in 1865
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What wasn't allowed in the nationalities?
Zemstvas
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Under AIII what nationalities were repressed?
Poles, Lithuanians and Finns
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What was imposed?
Russian language, books could not be published in Ukranian
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What did NII continue to do?
Control nationalities
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What were the nationalities not allowed?
Zemstva
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What did the fundamental laws say?
Russian state is indivisible and Russian language compulsory in army, navy, state and public instutions
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What did the Provisional government give in?
demands for independence, Ukraine July 1917
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What was passed in 1917 under Lenin?
Decree on Nationalities
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Who gained independence in 1920?
Georgia
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Who were they retaken by?
Red army in 1921
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Under Stalin, who suffered in purges?
Polish communities, Katyn massacre in 1940
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What did the 1936 constitution allow?
all federal states in theory to leave the federation states in theory to leave, but none of them were allowed to do so
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Under Khrushchev what was repressed?
GDR uprising
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In 1956 what was repressed by force?
Hungary uprising
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