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The paper describes the formation of Soviet power (November 1917-summer 1918), provides answers to 10 test questions. Educational institution-NGUEU, option 4.

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A theoretical question. The formation of Soviet power (November 1917-summer 1918).

Test tasks

1. The form of the political structure of modern Russia:

1) constitutional monarchy;

2) a democratic unitary state;

3) a democratic federal state.

2. Reasons for the introduction of NEP:

1) the mass of the peasants against the surplus;

2) Stalin's sole decision on the need for a new policy in the countryside;

3) devastation, famine, the need to restore the economy after the Civil War.

3. The consequences of collectivization were:

1) the famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine and the Volga region;

2) the dispossession of the peasants;

3) mass grain export;

4) the grain procurement crisis of 1929;

5) prohibition of peasants to move to cities.

4. Countries-allies of the USSR in World War II:

1) England;

2) Japan;

3) Italy;

4) the United States.

5. Arrange in chronological order the events of the reign of Ivan the Terrible:

3) wedding to the kingdom;

2) the capture of Kazan;

4) adoption of the Judicial Code.

1) the beginning of the oprichnina;

6. Arrange in chronological order the wars that Russia waged:

1) Livonian;

2) North;

3) the Crimean;

4) Russian-Japanese.

7. Arrange in chronological order the change of socio-economic and political courses of the Soviet government:

3) the policy of "war communism";;

1) new economic policy;

2) the industrialization policy;

4) "The Great Turning Point" 1929

8. Place in chronological order the rule of political leaders after the death of Leonid Brezhnev:

4) Yu. V. Andropov.

2) M. S. Gorbachev;

1) B. N. Yeltsin;

3) Vladimir Putin;

9. Correlate boards and events:

1) Catherine I; d) formation of the Supreme Privy Council;

2) Ivan Kalita; c) obtaining from the Horde the right to collect tribute in Russia;

3) Peter I; a) the proclamation of Russia as an empire;

4) Mikhail Romanov. b) the end of the Time of Troubles.

10. Correlate the tsars and their steps to enslave the peasants:

1) Alexey Mikhailovich;

2) Fyodor Ioannovich;

3) Ivan III;

4) Ivan the Terrible.

a) introduction of "fixed years";;

b) introduction of St. George's Day;;

c) final registration of serfdom;

d) introduction of "protected" years.

References

Absent

1. Bushuev S. V., Mironov G. E. History of the Russian state. Historical and bibliographic essays. – M.: Book Chamber. 1991. – 479 p.

2. Valiullin K. B., Zaripova R. K. History of Russia. XX century. Part 2: Tutorial. – Ufa: RIO Bashkir state University. 2002. – 234 p.

3. Isaev I. A. History of the state and law of Russia: Textbook. 1999. – 335 p.

4. History of the Fatherland: people, ideas, solutions. Essays on the history of Russia in the IX-early XX centuries / Comp.: S. V. Mironenko, Moscow: Politizdat, 1991. – 367 p.

5. History of Russia from ancient times to the end of the twentieth century: Studies for universities / Ed. by A. N. Sakharov, A. P. Novoseltsev. – M.: Higher School. 1997. – 571 p.

6. Carr E. History of Soviet Russia, Moscow: Progress, 1990. – 322 p.

7. Korzhikhina T. P. History of state institutions of the USSR. Materials for source Studies and Historiography (1917 – 1990). Moscow: Zertsalo. 1992. – 592 p.

8. Chistyakov O. I. Constitution of the RSFSR of 1918. Un-ta. 1984. – 206 p.


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