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1
From Lenin
to
Stalin Another positive
learning experience at Camp Haskell!
2
Standards
10.7 Students analyze the rise of totalitarian
governments after World War I. 1. Understand
the causes and consequences of the Russian
Revolution, including Lenin's use of totalitarian
means to seize and maintain control (e.g., the
Gulag). 2. Trace Stalin's rise to power in the
Soviet Union and the connection between economic
policies, political policies, the absence of a
free press, and systematic violations of human
rights (e.g., the Terror Famine in Ukraine). 3.
Analyze the rise, aggression, and human costs of
totalitarian regimes (Fascist and Communist) in
Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union, noting
especially their common and dissimilar traits.
i.e. Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin
3
Lenin
  • From 1922 until his death in 1924, Lenin and the
    Communists controlled much of the old Russian
    Empire, now known as the United Soviet Socialist
    Republics (USSR).
  • The USSR, or Soviet Union was made up of
    republics, or states of which Russia controlled.
  • Under Lenins Communist party, the economy
    slowed. He said the factories and lands were in
    the hands of the people when they were really in
    the hands of the Party.
  • Lenins New Economic Policy (NEP) improved
    business and the standards of living.

4
Stalin
  • Lenin passed away in 1924. The man who became
    head of the USSR was Joseph Stalin.
  • Stalin means man of steel. Stalin lived up to
    that name. He was cold and hard.
  • Stalin took out all those who stood in his way.
    His police arrested millions and either shot them
    or sent them to labor camps.
  • Stalin brought all factories and farms under
    government control in what is called a Command
    Economy.
  • Workers who met there quotas were rewarded and
    those who didnt were punished.

5
The Venn Diagram of Truth
Lenin
(Soviet leader 1917-1924)
-Chief goal to create a classless
society with production in the hands of
the people. -Allows some private business
lets some peasants hold land. -Standard
of living rises for many workers and
peasants.
Stalin (Soviet leader
1924-1953) - Chief Goal to make USSR
into a modern industrial power
with all production under government
control. - Creates a command
economy. - Brings all
agriculture under government control, forces
peasants to live on group farms. - Standards of
living falls for most workers and peasants.
  • -Spent time in Siberian exile
    before
  • 1917 revolution.
  • Became Communist party leader.
  • Uses secret police to enforce Communist will.
  • Wants to bring about a worldwide Communist
    revolution
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