July 10, 2020
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plaguing the country were Jews the schools, and the workers
a strike occurred at the Putilov plant
Russia goes to war with Germany.
Collapse of economy, half of agriculture's become soldiers.
International Women’s Day protest. Tsar Nicholas II dismisses these movements
Ukraine declares independence by advantage of the Tsar’s absence. The Tsar and his family are executed on July 17th, 1918 by Bolsheviks.
The Civil War ends in November.
December 15th, Lenin retires from politics after suffering from 2 strokes.
Trotsky expelled by Stalin
Authorities are given free of hand to arrest
cultural revolution begins
mass closure of churches
Police were instructed to prevent Ukrainian peasants from leaving their homes in search of food.
Great Purge was issued. Nationwide quotas for the execution and enslavement of "anti-Soviet elements."
A new decree required the teaching of Russian in all non-Russian schools.
The Red Army invaded Poland.
Execution of 27,500 imprisoned Polish nationals.
Kiev fell to the Germans.
The German Sixth Army was surrounded.
The Russians recaptured Kiev.
The Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia was established in Prague.
Battle of Berlin: The defenders of Berlin surrendered to the Soviet Union.
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