The revolution of the Russian people begins against the government, and the rule of Czar Nicholas II.
15 march 1917
The soldiers Blamed the tsar for all of those loses in War and abduct the Tzars
Russian Civil War
Approx. July 1917 - Approx. July 1921
Eastern Orthodox church loses government support
The Bolsheviks Finally take over
October 25, 1917
The Bolsheviks soldiers invaded the winter palace and arrested members of the Provisional Government.
Civil war in Russia
Orthodox church sides against the Bolsheviks.
Czar Nicholas II and Family executed in Yekaterinburg
July 16, 1918
Czar Nicholas II is executed along with his family in Yekaterinburg in 1918.
Mongolia During the Russian Civil Movement
January 8, 1920
Church used by anti-Bolsheviks to keep the people in order.
Lenin almost got assassinated again
Don't Attack Germany
April 28, 1922
Russia signed a treaty with Russia and Italy. This was recognized as the Soviet Union
thousands of orthodox priests and bishops killed
6/21/1922 - 6/22/1926
meant to remove worship from the daily lives of Russians.
Death of Vladimir Lenin
January 24, 1924
The death of Vladimir Lenin is when the Bolshevik party ended.
Sergius I made patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox church
He agreed to do what the government told him to do.
Joseph Stalin becomes leader
Approx. September 1924
FILMS WERE COMPARED
1925 - 1935
The Russian film called Battleship Potemkin (1925) is compared to the German film Triumph of the Will (1935) the study compares these in order to evaluate use of film form as a propaganda tool by two authoritarian regimes that are of the Second World which is between the two World Wars.
Leon Trotsky is kicked out of the government and his role in the Russian revolution was discredited
The Soviet Union
January 8, 1925
Joseph Stalin Takes Control of the Soviet Union
After Vladmir Lenin died, there was a mad rush for control of the Communist Party. Eventually, Joseph Stalin seized the power from his rivals. By the late 1920s he had become the dictator of the Soviet Union.
December 29, 1929
They made new music to upstart nationalism.
April 9, 1930
December 9, 1932
January 12, 1936
Julian Wadleigh and Alger Hiss became State Department diplomats in 1936.
Stalin reinstates the orthodox church to boost morale for the war.
World war II
Approx. 1940 - Approx. 1945
Leon Trotsky was assassinated
June 20, 1940
The KGB killed Leon Trotsky
Leon trotsky was killed by agent Mercador in 1940
Less than a fourth of orthodox churches remain
On the Land and Above...
This poster is called “On the land and above…” which was printed in 1941. An explanation of this poster is that on the land and above they would clamp the enemy by a loop.
Invasion of USSR
Approx. March 1941
No Attack Treaty
May 27, 1941
This was a Russian-Japan no attack treaty.
New York City residency infiltrated Los Alamos's top secret laboratory in New Mexico by recruiting a nineteen-year-old Harvard physicist.
Both sides also broadcast black propaganda programs in periods of special crises. In 1948, Britain's Foreign Office created the IRD (Information Research Department) which took over from wartime and slightly post-war departments such as the Ministry of Information and dispensed propaganda via various media such as the BBC and publishing.
Test of their own atomic bomb
they tested their own atomic bomb in 1949 and created the Tupolev Tu-144 SST airplane, known as the Russian Concorde.
The start of KGB
By the time the KGB got its name and became known in 1954, it was already a solid force protecting the Soviet Union.
Rudolf Abel was arrested
He was arrested for trying to steal the U.S.'s atomic bomb blueprints. He was arrested by one of his aides.
KGB facilitated Brezhnev's palace coup d'état against Khrushchev.
KGB killed Georgi Markov
Georgi Markov was shot by an umbrella-design gun in 1978.
The KGB started infiltrating Afghanistan
The collapse of the KGB
The KGB collapsed with the soviet union
Leon Trotsky's credibility is restored by the Russian government
Old Major makes a speech
February 21, 1848
Old Major Dies
May 5, 1883
Snowball creates committees to organize the animals
Snowball is chased off of the farm
Animals revolt because they are not fed
Jan 22, 1905
The Battle of the Cowshed
March 1917 - October 1917
Mr. Jones and other farm owners try to take back Manor Farm which the animals had changed to Animal Farm. Their attempt is unsuccessful.