Russia from Revolution to Dictatorship A Level

Russia from Revolution to Dictatorship

Russia from Revolution to Dictatorship A Level
Tuesday 26th November 2019
11.00am – 3.30pm,
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Carrs Lane Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham, B4 7SX

Students (price per place)*
£25 inc.Vat
*One free staff place per 8 students

Teachers (without students)
£108 inc.Vat

What you need to know...

Sovereign Education are a respected and established provider of A level and GCSE Study Days with 30 years’ experience of helping students and teachers to improve examination performance.

Aimed at Years 11, 12 and 13, this Study Day will focus on continuity and change, cause and consequence, and is suitable for teachers and students using a range of exam boards and specifications. Leading historians will explore key themes and events in the development of communist Russia. Join us to receive guidance on this intriguing period from experts in the field.

  • The 1917 Russian Revolutions – Why did the Bolshevik Revolution lead to Civil War?
  • A Government Based on Fear – What were the similarities and differences between Lenin and Stalin’s use of terror?
  • Lenin’s Legacy – Why did Lenin leave a power vacuum when he died, and how did Stalin come out on top?
  • The Cult of a Dictator – How can we explain popular support for Stalin?
TimeActivity
11.00amThe 1917 Russian Revolutions - Why did the Bolshevik Revolution lead to Civil War?
11.45amBreak
12.00pmA Government Based on Fear - What were the similarities and differences between Lenin and Stalin's use of terror?
12.45pmBreak
1.45pmLenin's Legacy - Why did Lenin leave a power vacuum when he died, and how did Stalin come out on top?
2.30pmBreak
2.45pmThe Cult of a Dictator - How can we explain popular support for Stalin?
3.30pmEnd
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