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AQA AS History Tsarist Russia Wed 13th May 2015 Watch

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    (Original post by HamzahB)
    I have a feeling Witte or Vyshnegradsky might pop in
    Yeah, maybe something to do with economic progress 1881-1914? In which case, I suppose it would include Witte, Big V, and Stolypin, considering so much of Russia remained agricultural
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    (Original post by sumaiyah177)
    anyone think the 1905 revolution might come up?
    Possibly... I wouldn't rule anything out
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    So, its agreed that Opposition throughout the course is likely to come up?
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    (Original post by tabbystojkovic)
    So, its agreed that Opposition throughout the course is likely to come up?
    It seems to be a theme for question 1
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    (Original post by benjenstark)
    It seems to be a theme for question 1
    What would you say the key points are for opposition between 1855-1914?
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    (Original post by Hortonn)
    What would you say the key points are for opposition between 1855-1914?
    I'd mention split of Land and Liberty to Black partition and The People's Will, of course; how during Alexander 3rd's reign opposition was really suppressed , with his Statute of State Security and Zemstva Act; and then, during Nicholas's reign, the birth of the SRs in 1901, who carried out 2,000 political assassinations between 1901-1905, including Plehve and Sipyagin.
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    What's everyone predicting ?
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    (Original post by SarahAC)
    What's everyone predicting ?
    Could well be wrong, but:
    - opposition 1881-1904
    - Stolypin's reforms; perhaps economy?
    - 1905 revolution
    - Something to do with Provisional Government/Bolshevik seizure of power
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    I'd really like a question on the failures of the Provisional Government vs Success of Bolsheviks. Also a question on repression from 1881 to 1904 would be good. But those are the ones I want and probably someone will disagree
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    Also good luck to everyone doing the exam today!
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    (Original post by benjenstark)
    Could well be wrong, but:
    - opposition 1881-1904
    - Stolypin's reforms; perhaps economy?
    - 1905 revolution
    - Something to do with Provisional Government/Bolshevik seizure of power
    **** Stolypin

    The others are ok
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    Can anyone tell me why stolypin changed the electoral laws for the second Duma ?
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    Well that was...fairly unexpected
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    Hmm
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    What did you guys/gals put for the the 1st 24 marker on "domestic reforms"? That exam was like, i knew my stuff, but the themes... and the figures!! the bloody facts and statistics - i couldn't fit all i could in?!!?!
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    Did people find it hard, ifound the second part of question two confusing! Stressing now, really want an A
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    (Original post by A9M4D)
    What did you guys/gals put for the the 1st 24 marker on "domestic reforms"? That exam was like, i knew my stuff, but the themes... and the figures!! the bloody facts and statistics - i couldn't fit all i could in?!!?!
    Talked about emancipation, military, education
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    for the domestic reforms i wrote about cultural reforms in poland and finland, is that okay though because it said 'domestic' but i think poland was a part of russia?

    Also for question 6 what did people write for the argument that it was the Petrograd workers?
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    Is military reform counted as domestic?
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    No how stupid palfrinator lol
 
 
 
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