AQA History AS: Unit 1 - Totalitarian Ideology in Theory and by James Staniforth, Sally Waller

By James Staniforth, Sally Waller

Written to hide the AQA heritage a degree Unit 1 specification (HIS1N), our scholar e-book presents a concentrated examine key occasions throughout Europe from 1848-1941 and permits scholars to achieve a better knowing of the interval and assessment the most important matters.

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Trotsky. • Stalin could appoint, prmnote and demote the top 5, 500 officials in the Soviet Union. As well as working in an office rather than in a mine or on a railway, these officials received privileges. They had holidays and lived in party housing, could use party dacha (holiday homes) and had access to party shops where luxuries like oranges were available. 1 926 Stalin and Bukharin v. Trotsky, Zinoviev and Kamenev. 1 928 Stalin, Molotov, Kirov and Kaganovic v. Bukharin, Rykov and Tomsky . struggle • • Section 1 The U S S R and Marxism • Stalin supervised the expansion of the party.

Tomsky 'cheated' Stalin by committing suicide. The 'trials' consisted of accusations and confessions, which were essential to convince the population that if Old Bolsheviks were plotting against the State, enemies could be everywhere and that therefore everyone should be permanently vigilant. II Extract from a report by fv1. fvfacKillop to the British Foreign Office, fvfay 1936 Initially, known opponents of the regime in Moscow and Leningrad were arrestedi Zinoviev and Kamenev were accused of being part of the conspiracy and tried in secret for moral complicity in the murder.

FvfacKillop to the British Foreign Office, fvfay 1936 Initially, known opponents of the regime in Moscow and Leningrad were arrestedi Zinoviev and Kamenev were accused of being part of the conspiracy and tried in secret for moral complicity in the murder. Both were sentenced to five years' i1nprisonment. Eighteen months later they were put on trial in the first Show Trial, charged with collaborating with Trotsky and conspiring to 1nurder Kirov. They were found guilty and executed. The Show Trials enabled Stalin to publicly destroy those who offered alternative ideas.

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