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Papers On European History
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Russian Border Guards
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An 18 page research paper that examines the past and present of the Russian border guard. The writer details the history of the guard and how they maintained the 'Iron curtain' for the former Soviet Union and then details how the guard has changed with the demise of the USSR. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: 90guard.rtf

Leon Trotsky's Role in Russia
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This five-page-paper discusses the role Leon Trotsky played in the Russian Revolution and the Bolshevik Party. It opens with a discussion about Trotsky's life accomplishments and then moves into a brief biography of his entire life. It finishes with the reason he did not win the bid to succeed Lenin when he died. Bibliography lists five sources.
Filename: CWLeonTr.was

The Russian Revolution of 1917
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This 7 page report discusses the events of 1917 and the Russian Revolution. Russia suffered serious reverses in World War I at the hands of the Germans and Austrians. The country had become a backward country with a miserable peasantry on the verge of starvation, a thin veneer of European civilization, and a seemingly unbridgeable gap between the privileged and the unprivileged. The Russian people turned to the Bolsheviks, almost by default, to implement the popular revolutionary program. Lenin and the Bolsheviks eventually implemented their own version of revolution instead. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWrusrev.wps

Use of Terror in the Russian Revolution of 1917
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A 7 page research paper that deals with how the Bolsheviks, led by Lenin, relied upon terror and violence to accomplish their political goals and solidify their power base after the Revolution of 1917. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 99bolter.rtf

John Reed’s “Ten Days that Shook the World”
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This 5 page report discusses John Reed’s 1934 account of the Bolsheviks and the Russian Revolution of 1917. Reed was an unapologetic communist before communism became demonized. His book and Reed himself, have inspired a great deal of controversy. Through Reed’s commentary, it is possible to understand many of the objectives and fundamental goals of the revolutionary leaders and that the larger intention of the Russian Revolution was not at all evil but was based on the most basic of premises -- equality. No doubt, readers would see the corrupt sides of the Revolution if Reed’s book had gone further than the October Revolution. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: BWten.wps


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