Peter the great was known for pulling Russia out of Medieval times so much that by his death, Russia was considered a leading eastern European state. He centralized government, modernized the army, and created a navy( Hughes 2). Peter The Great’s childhood changed and made his outlook on life and people stronger. His life was always threatened since his father died. When his father died it had a huge impact on him that changed his life forever.
In the 17th century, Russia was considered as a backwards and barbaric country in the eyes of the major powers of Europe. In 1696, Peter Alekseyevich Romanov took reign over the Russian culture. During his time as ruler, he improved most aspects to the way of life for the Russian culture. Peter Alekseyevich Romanov, also well known as Peter The Great, ruled the Russian culture from 1696 to 1726. During his reign, Peter wanted to do many things to change the way of life of Russian culture.
Not all the blame can be placed on the people though. There were many ways that Stalin kept gaining power and the people never knew about it. In 1912, Vladimir Lenin put Stalin on the central committee of the Bolshevik party. The Soviet Union was founded in 1922, giving Stalin more power. He then became the secretary of the communist party.
The Romanov Family: Standing for Imperial Russia In the Russian empire there were two dynasties to rule, the Rurikids and the Romanov. Between the Rurikids dynasty (862-1547) there were four certain parts of Russia that were ruled by princes: Novgorod, Kiev, Vladimir, and Moscow. The Tsars of Russia 1547-1721 (ruler of all Russia) was the first to rule. Its was expected of him since his grandfather Ivan III made the Grand Duchy of Moscow into a dominant Russian state and was affecting the ruler of Russia. Ivan IV ruled from 1547-1584 when his mental capabilities stated to decline and affect his reign.
Ivan Vasilyeevich, the first tsar of Russia, was known for his cruelty. Titled Ivan the Terrible, the tsar made a mark on Russian history when he began the absolute rule of Russian tsars. Through expansion and reform, Ivan built Russia from the ground up. However, the creation of a strong new nation came at a high price: the lives of thousands of Russian citizens. Ivan the Terrible helped shape Russian history and created a lasting legacy of Russian tradition.
He promised the English settlers paid transportation and land grants of forty hectares and twenty more hectares for each additional person. C. They began to settle in the Annapolis valley of Nova Scotia in 1758. D. Halifax became the capital. E. The government brought over two thousand Protestants. F. In 1758, they were given an elected assembly.
The Whiskey Rebellion: When the Confederation Congress had failed greatly with their desire to successfully tie the outlying western areas of the country in the firm structure of the new government. Despite the Northwest Ordinance, which had created single Northwest territory containing land north of Ohio. Under the Northwest Ordinance it had specified a population of 60,000 people to be a minimum amount to gain their statehood. In which the Ordinance had also stated they would gain their freedom of religion and right to a trail by jury to the residents of the territory, and also prohibited slavery throughout the territory. The farmers in the western parts of Massachusetts had begun to rise up in revolt; While settlers in Vermont, Kentucky and Tennessee had begun toying with the new idea of seperating from the Union.
They controlled their judicial and economical state. The Nobles and the monarchs worked together in an agreement that the nobles would support the monarchy in military, political, and economical matters. Eastern Europe soon lost more power as the country became more and
Cuban Vs Russian (1917) Revolutions Russia‘s 1917 revolution started with an incubation stage. There were many events belonging to this stage including the oppression by Nicholas II to the russians due to revolting citizens, and Bloody Sunday in 1905, a massacre against unarmed protestants in front of the palace. Cuba 's had as one of its events, Fulgencio Batista, seizing power during an Election and Fulgencio Batista four years later canceling a new election taking power again, making Cuba opressed under his rule, not required to give them freedom. Just as Russia had an opressing leady, Cuba was controlled by one as well. Both countries were stripped of certain rights as non-democratic governments ruled over them.
The Puritans later settled in the Plymouth harbor. Only half of the crew survived the harsh winter in the new world. When the weather approved, they finally established the Plymouth colony, and the colony grew from less than 100 to over 3,000 people in a year. In 1620 Common Era, the Puritans decided to create a series of laws that everyone must obey and follow it. On the eleventh of November 1620 Common Era signed by 41 puritan's colonists the Mayflower Compact that ensured the proper ordering of the