KT2b - Opposition and Repression in Internal groups

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Who opposed the emancipation of the Serfs in 1861?
The Gentry
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What did they get in return?
Redemption duties
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Under Nicholas II, What internal opposition was there?
Potemkin 1905
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What had happened throughout Nicholas II reign?
He had failed to repress opposition
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What internal group had emerged in the Duma and when?
The progressive bloc of 1915
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Why had it emerged?
Duma demanding a national government
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What had Nicholas failed to do?
repress it as it became the Provisional government
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What did Lenin do in 1921?
Ban factions
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What internal opposition was there to Lenin?
Right wing SRs, Mensheviks walked out of 2nd All Russian congress of Soviets so approval for seizure easy and led to legitmacy
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What internal opposition was there to Stalin?
Kirov and Leningrad party
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Who was assassinated in the Trial of the 16?
Zinoviev and Kamenev in 1936
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Under khruschev what internal opposition was there?
Malenkov and Beria
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What happened to Beria?
Executed as Head of Secret police 1953
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Malenkov was?
forced to resign and sent to run a hydro electric plant in Kazakhstan
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What was there under Khrushchev?
The politburo
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