to what extent was change in russia in the period of 1855-1964 due to the involvment of war?
realy neeed help!! x
- Thread Starter
- 08-02-2010 19:44
- 08-02-2010 20:34
OK Ima Ruski and i'll tell you this if you promise to not use it in class.
First off, during the 1860's the war with the Polish jungle rebels caused a blockade of vodka supplies to the western shores of Russia, this angered many Russians who believed that it was the work of Kenyan freedom fighters (or so their dictatorship had them believe).
Next big change came at 1871, this was a key moment for Russia, it has just re taken control of the south and made an allience with the Turkish keb-ab government, this allowed supply routes for vodka to be reignited and soon business started booming again, vodka became Turkey's national drink!
The period between 1890 and 1913 was quiet but then in 1914 with the development of WW1, Russia faced many changes, for starters they banned all Asda carrier bags, this was a Waitrose regime and proof that the President, Mrs Valentina Putin liked throwing her weight around.
Soon come WW2 and you find yourself with the ultimate duel, Hitler - The High Hitting Hitmonchan and Stalin - The Beast from the East. These 2 men were at the peak of their fitness, their future careers were at stake, the winner would have kids debating for generations over who would win in a fight...Hitler or Goku? Stalin or Margaret Thatcher? The fight lasted an astonishing 7 years, it was ended on a disqualification towards Hitler due to use of banned substances.
The 1960's was a period of change, The Beatles had just emerged out of Livercow with their fresh songs such as "Katrina (Go With Him" or "A Taste of Voddie", this band helped forge what is now the Russian government, their key member, John Lennin was an avid Super Mario enthusiast and later married Yoko Ono; one of the 3 original creators of Super Mario.
Hope this helps xx