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The Russian Revolution
This is a major, must-have overhaul and replacement for this popular unit. Students explore the events leading up to Lenin and the Bolsheviks' assumption of power; the political and economic conditions that led to the fall of the Tsar; and the competing political ideologies in revolutionary-era Russia.
Taking It to the Streets: A Year of Global Protests
Students examine photographs of protests from around the world, analyze the origins and causes of protest movements, and identify similarities, differences, and patterns.Learn More
Videos with Ethan Pollock of Brown University address the effects of World War I on Russia, the roles of Lenin, the Bolsheviks, and the Intelligentsia, as well as the geography of the Russian empire and the causes, effects, and legacies of the Russian Revolution. The series makes a great addition to our newly updated curriculum unit, The Russian Revolution.Explore the Videos