Till, now we have discussed the background and reasons which created the disturbances in the Russia in early 20th century. Now we will read the phases of the Russian Revolution of 1917. Phases of Russian Revolution Phase-I of Russian Revolution: March Revolution of 1917 World War-I started in 1914 and initially, Russian army got success …

Even after the formation of Provisional Government in Russia, There was no stability or equilibrium anywhere. There was conflict between provisional government and Soviet. The provisional government wanted to please allies by continuing its participation in the war. Whereas the Soviet wanted to withdraw from the war because most of the masses were craving for …

Causes of Economic Depression Causes of Economic Depression: Aftermath of World War-I The World War-I proved to be disastrous for Germany. According to Treaty of Versailles, Germany was asked to pay the war reparations. But this war proved harmful for the victor’s allies too. The economy of Britain and France shattered. In Russia, there was …

As we have learnt in the previous posts, that Germany was in trouble after the World War-I. This trouble increased when the Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. So, these crisis in Germany of early 20th century proved to be a reason for the political, social, economic upheaval in Germany. Reasons for the …

In the last post, We have read that Adolf Hitler occupied the office of President as well as Chancellor in 1934. After becoming the head of the Germany, he came out with some internal and external policies. Internal Policies of Adolf Hitler Political Policies Unification of Germany, 1934 Germany was a federation. Under the Weimar …

Rise of Fascism: Reasons The economic condition of Italy was not good. Still, it decided to take part in World War-I. The decision of a backward country to fight a war proved harmful. Italy was too hit by the Economic Depression of 1929. Italy was facing financial crisis. There was also the political crisis. Democracy …

Till now we have read that NAZI Germany and Fascist Italy opted for the policy of aggression to deal with their internal crisis. Their policy of aggression became an unavoidable problem for the other European powers especially Britain and France. Causes of World War-II Aftermath of World War-I Situation of European states before World War-II The …

Cold War: Reasons Ideological Differences: Capitalism v/s Communism After Russian Revolution the ideology of communism got impetus in the world politics. Communism and Capitalism have differences in ideology. Capitalism believes in concept of private property while Communism believes in collective ownership of property. In Communism there is no concept of private property. In spite of …

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