This document covers the period, which is chapter 1 in the 'Bolshevik and Stalinist Russia ' textbook by Michael Lynch. Includes everything required to know for that period and is broken down into subsections and bullet points with a contents page.
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I made essay plans to cover the entire course using various textbooks and websites. This document covers the period, which is chapter 2 in the 'Bolshevik and Stalinist Russia ' textbook by Michael Lynch. Each topic is on one slide, so perfect for learning and understanding key information when revising for the exam.
Includes example essay questions for each topic. Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia Each chapter of the AQA history textbook summarised into a single page, based on component 2, with the topic being Revolution and Dictatorship in Russia Each page includes images and colours to help engage your brain to remember key names and figures during your revision, preparing you for your exam.
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