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University of California, Santa Barbara
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Hist 4c - Western Civilization

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Lecture 14 The Russian Revolution and The Early Soviet Union 1917 1939 I II III IV V VI Introduction Russia s women start a Revolution The Setting Imperial Russia An Old Regime Czar aristocrats peasants workers and aristocrats February Revolution A Causes B Dual Power Provisional Government and the Soviets C Socialists Social Revolutionaries Mensheviks Bolsheviks V I Lenin What is to Be Done D Erosion of Dual Power The October Bolshevik Revolution A Bolsheviks in Power 1918 22 Peace Land and Bread B War Communism The Early Soviet State 1922 28 A A New Empire The U S S R B A New Culture C A New Economy N E P 1921 27 Stalin 1928 39 The Five Year Plans Purges and Terror 4C Lecture 15 Fascist Europe I Introduction Fascism and the Crisis of Modernity II Fascism defined A New Right III Methods and Appeal IV The Italian Example A Disillusionment and crisis after the War B Benito Mussolini 1883 1945 I am Fascism 1 background 2 early program 1919 3 politics of violence squadristi 4 seizure of power and the March on Rome Oct 1923 C The Fascist State we wish to make the nation Fascist V The German Example A Germany after the War Revolution and loss B Economic upheaval inflation and depression C Adolf Hitler 1889 1945 1 background 2 early attempts the Beer Hall Putsch and prison 3 Mein Kampf 1924 4 appointed Chancellor 1933 4C Lectures 18 and 19 World War Two and the Holocaust I Introduction II Origins of the War Hitler s war aims Mein Kampf dismantling of the Versailles Treaty 1933 38 rebuilding the military occupying the Rhineland road to war 1938 39 Austria and Czechoslovakia policy of appeasement 1933 39 Neville Chamberlain III The Nature of the War Blitzkrieg and the technology of war Global Blitzkrieg Winston Churchill 1874 1965 becomes Prime Minister of England 1940 Battle of Britain summer and fall of 1940 War in the East Operation Barbarossa The New Order IV The Holocaust legal exclusions from the nation 1930s Nuremberg Laws the Final Solution the Jewish Response V The



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