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Russia 1750-1900. Map Russian Expansion 1815-1914 (page 618). Geo-Politics & Geo-Economics How far is it from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok? How would the size & distances in Russia make Government difficult? What relationship is there between Russian ports & access to the seas?

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map russian expansion 1815 1914 page 618
Map Russian Expansion 1815-1914(page 618)
  • Geo-Politics & Geo-Economics
    • How far is it from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok?
    • How would the size & distances in Russia make Government difficult?
    • What relationship is there between Russian ports & access to the seas?
    • Why would ports on the Barents Sea & Arctic Ocean not be practical?
slide3

s

Czar Nicholas I

slide15

Marxist socialism starts to spread (1890s)

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin – make Marxism fit Russia

working class unrest in cities

Revolution of 1905

imperialist expansion

into 20th century

pan-Slavic movement

Middle East, Central Asia, China

Russo-Japanese war 1904-1905

loss creates unrest in Russia

slide16

urban workers & peasants unite

Duma created – national parliament

peasant reforms

Tsar withdraws reforms & new rights

Eastern Europe

influenced by Russia

abolish serfdom

industrialization minimal

agricultural exporters

slide17

Cultural

novelists

Dostoevsky

Tolstoy

music

Tchaikovsky

Chopin (Polish)

Lizt (Hungarian)

science

Mendel (Czech) – genetics

Pavlov - physiology