Chapter 12 Section 2 Book Notes
The governement decreed that all literary and scientific work musst conform to the political needs of the state.
By 1950 the Russian Revolution had surpassed prewar levels by more than 40 percent.
Stalin had little respect fo the Communist party.
In 1953 the Soviet Union was known to have a world power amd was testin hydrogen bombs.
The first satalleite was sent to space.
Khrushchev condemned Stalin for his violence mass representation and terror.
Khrushchev started loosing up the government . He allowed publication of things.
Khrushchev was voted out as a leader by the Soviet Union.
Soviet controlled Communist governments.
East European followed Stalin's example.
Tito the ruler of Yogoslavia died.
Developments in Poland led Hungarian Communists to seek the same kinds of reforms.
Protestin in Poland became a big deal and it erupted because of that Wladyslaw Gomulka was elescted as secratary.
Imre Nagy declared Hungray as a free nation.
Alexander Dubcek was elected as secratary of the Communist Party.
The Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia and crushed the reform movement.