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Russian Revolution
Jeopardy
Katie Bowman
AP Modern European History
Vocabulary
Leaders
People
Communism
PreRevolution
Events
Age of
Mass Politics
100
100
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100
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200
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300
300
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400
400
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500
500
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500
Final Jeopardy
The term Lenin applied to his
faction of the Russian Social
Democratic Party meaning the
majority.
100
Bolsheviks
Vocab
Those Russians who
opposed the Bolsheviks
in the Russian Civil War
of 1918 through 1921.
200
White Russians
Vocab
A new secret police
called ___________
appeared during the
Civil War in Russia.
300
Cheka
Vocab
Most Russians lived in
these communes which
were highly regulated
with payments to the
state for land lost to
nobles.
400
Mirs
Vocab
Liberal upper class
opponents of the
autocratic Russian system
of government supported
popular grievances among
Russian society.
500
Decembrists
Vocab.
BONUS
Local governments
set up in the Russian
Empire in 1864 by
Alexander II’s decree.
Zemstvos
Vocab.
A Communist Russian
Revolutionary who lead
the October Revolution.
100
V. I. Lenin
Leaders
Launched rapid
industrialization and
economic
collectivization.
200
Joseph Stalin
Leaders
A Bolshevik
revolutionary and
Marxist theorist who led
and commanded the
Red Army.
300
Leon Trotsky
Leaders
BONUS
Became Europe’s most
reactionary monarch
who sought to prevent
western ideas from
penetrating Russia.
Nicholas I
Leaders
Perhaps the greatest
reform-minded tzar
since Peter the Great.
400
Alexander II
Leaders
Sought to rule Russia
through “Autocracy,
Orthodoxy,
Russification
(Nationalism).”
500
Alexander III
Leaders
Anarchists, lead by
_________________,
believed the state
should be destroyed
all together.
100
Mikhail Bakunin
People
Oversaw the Russian
industrialization in the
1890’s.
200
Count S.Y. Witte
People
Influenced the tzarina
by easing the pains of
her hemophiliac son.
300
Rasputin
People
Became the leader of
the Provisional
Government while
remaining a member of
the Soviet.
400
Alexander Kerensky
People
The new prime minister
who pushed through
important agrarian
reforms to break down
collective village
ownership of land and
encourage the kulaks.
500
Peter Stolypin
People
BONUS
Wanted to extend the
“genius of Russian
culture” by industrializing
and setting up a
constitutional government.
Westernizers
People
This event ultimately
resulted in a communist
dictatorship leading to the
rise of Lenin.
100
The October
Revolution
Communism
The plot to overthrow the
Provisional government by
conservatives that
eventually failed.
200
Kornilov Affair
Communism
During the new elections
for the Constituent
Assembly, Lenin’s
campaign was
“_______________.”
300
“Peace, Land, Bread.”
Communism
The treaty signed between
Russia and Germany that
took Russia out of World
War I.
400
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Communism
___________ formed to
organize the revolution.
This included Lenin,
Trotsky, and Stalin.
500
Politburo
Communism
BONUS
“_____________” was
the earliest form of
socialism and resulted
in a huge decline in
production.
“War Communism”
Communism
Tzar Alexander I proposed
the __________ after the
Congress of Vienna to
stop the growth of
liberalism.
100
The Holy Alliance
Pre-Revolution
The first upper class revolt
against Russia’s autocratic
system of government.
200
The Decembrist
Uprising of 1825
Pre-Revolution
The principles of
__________, _________
and __________ became
the foundation of the state
under Nicholas I.
300
Autocracy, Orthodoxy,
and Nationality
Pre-Revolution
Tzar Alexander I saw the
______________ as an
instrument in keeping his
subjects under control.
400
Russian Orthodox
Church
Pre-Revolution
___________ believed
that the culture of the
Russian village was
superior to that of the
West.
500
Slavophiles
Pre-Revolution
BONUS
True or False: Nicholas I
believed in “divine rights.”
True
Pre-Revolution
The Russians had
established a sphere of
influence in Manchuria
and sought Korea which
resulted in the _________.
100
Russo-Japanese War
Events
On this day 200,000
workers and peasants
marked peacefully to the
“Winter Palace” asking the
Tzar for reforms and the
army fired on marchers in
cold blood.
200
“Bloody Sunday”
Events
A revolution started by
massive strikes in January
and February in St.
Petersburg, largely caused
by food shortages.
300
The February
Revolution of 1917
Events
BONUS
This was created in 1922
as a result of the Russian
Civil War.
Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics
(USSR)
Events
The Revolution of 1905
was initially sparked by the
________________.
400
growth of liberalism
Events
A ________________
was declared by the Duma
in response to the
abdication of Tzar
Nicholas II.
500
Provisional
Government
Events
________________
marked a turning point in
history by fostering
modernization.
100
Defeat in the Crimean
War
Age of Mass
Politics
What percent of Russian
people worked in
agriculture under
Alexander II?
200
90%
Age of Mass
Politics
The __________ of
1861 abolished serfdom
and land was given to
the serfs via the
_______.
300
Emancipation Act; mirs
Age of Mass
Politics
By 1900, Russia
exported ______
percent of the world’s
refined petroleum.
400
50
Age of Mass
Politics
A __________,
__________ and
___________ paralyzed
Russia by October and
Nicholas was forced to
make concessions.
500
General strike; peasant
revolts; troop mutinies
Age of Mass
Politics
BONUS
The ___________ of
1905 created the Duma.
October Manifesto
Final Jeopardy
What were the costs
of the Russian
Revolution?
15 million people dead,
ruined economy,
international trade
ended, and millions of
workers fled the
country.
Final Jeopardy
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