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1905 Russian Revolution: Lavr Kornilov and soldiers
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Russia

1905 Russian Revolution: Lavr Kornilov and soldiers

1905 Russian Revolution: Lavr Kornilov and soldiers: Admiral Kornilov and soldiers:  Admiral Kornilov and soldiers


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1905 Russian Revolution: reprisals, executions
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Russia

1905 Russian Revolution: reprisals, executions

1905 Russian Revolution: reprisals, executions


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1905 Russian Revolution: wounded and dead
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Russia

1905 Russian Revolution: wounded and dead

1905 Russian Revolution: wounded and dead


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1905 Russian Revolution: Celebrating people
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Russia

1905 Russian Revolution: Celebrating people

1905 Russian Revolution: Celebrating people


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1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs
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Russia, Saint Petersburg

1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs

Rasputin was a Russian mystic with an influence in the latter days of the Romanov dynasty in Russia. He was believed to have been a psychic and faith healer and though he can be considered one of the more controversial characters in 20th century history, Rasputin is viewed by most historians today as a scapegoat. He played a small but extremely pivotal role in the downfall of the Romanov dynasty that finally led to Bolshevik victory and the establishment of the Soviet Union. Rasputin played an important role in the lives of the Tsar Nicholas II, his wife, the Alexandra and their only son, the Tsarevitch Alexei, who was a haemophiliac. Tsarina Alexandra thought that their son was kept from death by Rasputin.


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1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs
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Russia, Saint Petersburg

1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs

Rasputin was a Russian mystic with an influence in the latter days of the Romanov dynasty in Russia. He was believed to have been a psychic and faith healer and though he can be considered one of the more controversial characters in 20th century history, Rasputin is viewed by most historians today as a scapegoat. He played a small but extremely pivotal role in the downfall of the Romanov dynasty that finally led to Bolshevik victory and the establishment of the Soviet Union. Rasputin played an important role in the lives of the Tsar Nicholas II, his wife, the Alexandra and their only son, the Tsarevitch Alexei, who was a haemophiliac. Tsarina Alexandra thought that their son was kept from death by Rasputin.


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1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs
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Russia, Saint Petersburg

1907 - Rasputin and the Romanovs

Rasputin was a Russian mystic with an influence in the latter days of the Romanov dynasty in Russia. He was believed to have been a psychic and faith healer and though he can be considered one of the more controversial characters in 20th century history, Rasputin is viewed by most historians today as a scapegoat. He played a small but extremely pivotal role in the downfall of the Romanov dynasty that finally led to Bolshevik victory and the establishment of the Soviet Union. Rasputin played an important role in the lives of the Tsar Nicholas II, his wife, the Alexandra and their only son, the Tsarevitch Alexei, who was a haemophiliac. Tsarina Alexandra thought that their son was kept from death by Rasputin.


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1907 - Raszputyin és a Romanovok
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Russia, St. Petersburg

1907 - Raszputyin és a Romanovok

1907. november 1. Raszputyin először jár a cári családnál. A finom dámák elájulnak hipnotikus tekintetétől - Szentpéterváron egy hisztérikus hit terjeng a vándorprédikátorról. Alexandra cárné azt hiszi, hogy az ő egyetlen, vérzékenységben szenvedő fiát Raszputyin óvta meg a haláltól. Raszputyin növekvő hatalma veszélyezteti a cári család jóhírét és biztonságát


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1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union
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Soviet Union, Moscow

1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union

The Great Purge was a series of campaigns of political repression and persecution in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin from 1936 to 1938. It involved a large-scale purge of the Communist Party and government officials, repression of peasants, Red Army leadership, and the persecution of unaffiliated persons, characterized by widespread police surveillance, widespread suspicion of "saboteurs", imprisonment, and arbitrary executions.   Joseph Stalin was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a political leader in the Soviet Union. Stalin became general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party in 1922; following the death of Vladimir Lenin, he prevailed over Leon Trotsky in a power struggle during the 1920s and fully consolidated his authority with the Great Purge, a period of severe repression which reached its peak in 1937, remaining in power through World War II and until his death. Stalin molded the features that characterized the new Soviet regime; his policies, based on Marxist-Leninist ideology, are often considered to represent a political and economic system called Stalinism.


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1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union
08:14
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Soviet Union, Moscow

1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union

The Great Purge was a series of campaigns of political repression and persecution in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin from 1936 to 1938. It involved a large-scale purge of the Communist Party and government officials, repression of peasants, Red Army leadership, and the persecution of unaffiliated persons, characterized by widespread police surveillance, widespread suspicion of "saboteurs", imprisonment, and arbitrary executions. Joseph Stalin was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a political leader in the Soviet Union. Stalin became general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party in 1922; following the death of Vladimir Lenin, he prevailed over Leon Trotsky in a power struggle during the 1920s and fully consolidated his authority with the Great Purge, a period of severe repression which reached its peak in 1937, remaining in power through World War II and until his death. Stalin molded the features that characterized the new Soviet regime; his policies, based on Marxist-Leninist ideology, are often considered to represent a political and economic system called Stalinism.


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1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union
09:09
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Soviet Union, Moscow

1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union

The Great Purge was a series of campaigns of political repression and persecution in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin from 1936 to 1938. It involved a large-scale purge of the Communist Party and government officials, repression of peasants, Red Army leadership, and the persecution of unaffiliated persons, characterized by widespread police surveillance, widespread suspicion of "saboteurs", imprisonment, and arbitrary executions.   Joseph Stalin was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a political leader in the Soviet Union. Stalin became general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party in 1922; following the death of Vladimir Lenin, he prevailed over Leon Trotsky in a power struggle during the 1920s and fully consolidated his authority with the Great Purge, a period of severe repression which reached its peak in 1937, remaining in power through World War II and until his death. Stalin molded the features that characterized the new Soviet regime; his policies, based on Marxist-Leninist ideology, are often considered to represent a political and economic system called Stalinism.


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1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union
09:12
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Soviet Union, Moscow

1937- Stalin the dictator: victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge, repression in the Soviet Union

The Great Purge was a series of campaigns of political repression and persecution in the Soviet Union orchestrated by Joseph Stalin from 1936 to 1938. It involved a large-scale purge of the Communist Party and government officials, repression of peasants, Red Army leadership, and the persecution of unaffiliated persons, characterized by widespread police surveillance, widespread suspicion of "saboteurs", imprisonment, and arbitrary executions.   Joseph Stalin was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a political leader in the Soviet Union. Stalin became general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party in 1922; following the death of Vladimir Lenin, he prevailed over Leon Trotsky in a power struggle during the 1920s and fully consolidated his authority with the Great Purge, a period of severe repression which reached its peak in 1937, remaining in power through World War II and until his death. Stalin molded the features that characterized the new Soviet regime; his policies, based on Marxist-Leninist ideology, are often considered to represent a political and economic system called Stalinism.


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1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States
08:10
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Germany, Bonn

1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States

On May 23rd, 1949, the Federal Republic of Germany was established. In 1949, during the Berlin Blockade, Western forces airlifted food and supplies into West Berlin after it had been cut off from Soviet-controlled East Berlin . West Germany benefited from the American Marshall Plan for the reconstruction of Europe after the war and was a founding state of the European Union. The reconstructed West Germany once again became one of the world"s major economies and the democracy was reconstructed.


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1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States
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Germany, Bonn

1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States

On May 23rd, 1949, the Federal Republic of Germany was established. In 1949, during the Berlin Blockade, Western forces airlifted food and supplies into West Berlin after it had been cut off from Soviet-controlled East Berlin . West Germany benefited from the American Marshall Plan for the reconstruction of Europe after the war and was a founding state of the European Union. The reconstructed West Germany once again became one of the world"s major economies and the democracy was reconstructed.


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1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States
08:04
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Germany, Bonn

1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States

On May 23rd, 1949, the Federal Republic of Germany was established. In 1949, during the Berlin Blockade, Western forces airlifted food and supplies into West Berlin after it had been cut off from Soviet-controlled East Berlin . West Germany benefited from the American Marshall Plan for the reconstruction of Europe after the war and was a founding state of the European Union. The reconstructed West Germany once again became one of the world"s major economies and the democracy was reconstructed.


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1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States
09:02
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Germany, Bonn

1949 - The Separation: The founding of the East and West German States

On May 23rd, 1949, the Federal Republic of Germany was established. In 1949, during the Berlin Blockade, Western forces airlifted food and supplies into West Berlin after it had been cut off from Soviet-controlled East Berlin . West Germany benefited from the American Marshall Plan for the reconstruction of Europe after the war and was a founding state of the European Union. The reconstructed West Germany once again became one of the world"s major economies and the democracy was reconstructed.


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1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks
08:19
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East-Germany, Berlin

1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks

The Uprising in 1953 in East Germany took place in June and July of 1953. A strike by Berlin construction workers on the 16th turned into a widespread uprising against the East German government the next day. The uprising in Berlin was violently suppressed by tanks from the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany and the Volkspolizei (People”s Police). In spite of the intervention of Soviet troops, the wave of strikes and protests was not easily brought under control. There were demonstrations even after June 17th in more that 500 towns and villages. The high point of the protests was in the middle of July.


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1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks
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East-Germany, Berlin

1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks

The Uprising in 1953 in East Germany took place in June and July of 1953. A strike by Berlin construction workers on the 16th turned into a widespread uprising against the East German government the next day. The uprising in Berlin was violently suppressed by tanks from the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany and the Volkspolizei (People”s Police). In spite of the intervention of Soviet troops, the wave of strikes and protests was not easily brought under control. There were demonstrations even after June 17th in more that 500 towns and villages. The high point of the protests was in the middle of July.


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1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks
08:12
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East-Germany, Berlin

1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks

The Uprising in 1953 in East Germany took place in June and July of 1953. A strike by Berlin construction workers on the 16th turned into a widespread uprising against the East German government the next day. The uprising in Berlin was violently suppressed by tanks from the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany and the Volkspolizei (People”s Police). In spite of the intervention of Soviet troops, the wave of strikes and protests was not easily brought under control. There were demonstrations even after June 17th in more that 500 towns and villages. The high point of the protests was in the middle of July.


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1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks
09:09
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East-Germany, Berlin

1953 - Upheaval in East Germany: Stones against Tanks

The Uprising in 1953 in East Germany took place in June and July of 1953. A strike by Berlin construction workers on the 16th turned into a widespread uprising against the East German government the next day. The uprising in Berlin was violently suppressed by tanks from the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany and the Volkspolizei (People”s Police). In spite of the intervention of Soviet troops, the wave of strikes and protests was not easily brought under control. There were demonstrations even after June 17th in more that 500 towns and villages. The high point of the protests was in the middle of July.


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