FC: RUSSIAN SCRAPBOOK
1: I was present today at the constitent Assembly and Lenin refused to hand over power to the SR majority and ordered it to close. The red guards carried out his order, It was horrific, they killed and wounded over 100 pro-assembly demonstrators.
2: Decisive Trotsky's leadership helped shaped the communist by applying strict discipline and encouragement Decisive the communist control of communication helped them to take care of their troops | important communist propaganda the communist turned the Russians against the whites Important the influence of foreign intervention
3: Quite Important Lack of one leader the communist had an great advantage to take on one of the seven groups the whites formed. the lack of a leader caused them to lack discipline and structure | Not Important the cruelty of the whites whether or not the commanders of the whites were nice or mean the communist strengths out way the whites
4: Mr.Lenin i am opposing the War communism. I live in the village that suffered terribly from the war communism. I understand your reason for the war communism but because the peasants were forced to give up our surplus products to the government, we have no supplies to make a profit. Also Mr. Lenin we have very Little food and our children are amongst starvation. Mr.Lenin i plea to you and hope that you see to change for us. We need our supplies to be sold for profit we have nothing else left. we are dying, we need our crops to be reinforced and saved. the government needs seek change for themselves and help the people who has nothing.
6: Allen Shaw, this week i interviewed Allen shaw and he opposed NEP Why do you oppose NEP? Shaw: Lenin wanted the production in industry and countryside to increase. I believe that encouraging enterprise and profit-making was not our approval. NEP was a retreat to the evils of Capitalism | Marl will, he is a Nepman who says he has greatly benefited from NEP. How did you benefit from NEP? WILL: "Well uh, I am a nepman (Russians who make a living out of trading). The NEP provided private enterprise in retail trade and ultimately anyone could open up shop and sell or hire goods for a profit.This mean that it was easier form me to trade.
7: Vladimir Lenin 4/10/1870-1/21/1924 Lenin was a Russian communist revolutionist led the Bolshevik Revolution and was the architect of the Soviet state. Lenin left behind his wife, he did not have any children his body lay in state embalmed and put on show in a specially built mausoleum in Moscow.
8: Good morning you are tuning in to BBC and I'm Diamond O'Veal reporting to you live radio. The first purges,1930-33 Stalin purged anyone who oppose his ideas such as industrialization and collectivisation.1934 party leaders Stalin believed that his colleague KIROV was a possible rival and kirov was murdered. It is a chance that Stalin's orders. Anyone that supported Kirov was arrested by NKVD.
10: Trotsky was not popular and others did not agree with him.Stalin was General secretarial held the key post in the party. | Stalin successfully presented himself as a close follower and chief mourner
11: Stalin's ideas for the future proved he was more popular.Stalin was clever and used his clever tactics to effect Trotsky. TROTSKY He was Lenin's own choice of successor He had a strong personality and was intelligent He was popular with the army He had played a leading part in the Bolshevik Revolution | and the Civil War
13: Natasha Esteline, What profit could we make if we were still unable to produce? Collectivisation by Diamond O'Veal What was collectivisation like in terms of what was the effects of it? Describe Natasha; Collectivisation was Stalin's way to modernize Soviet Agriculture.I would like to describe that to be pain. opposition, and suffering honestly.Before collectivisation peasant owned their land and animals.n We had to combine the land farm that we had with other families and they used the space for machinery.The government provided us with tools but we received a small wage. As for the richer peasants whom stalin disliked, they had to give up their farm land and be treated as equal peasants.