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Russia 1900 to 1939

Russia of Alexander III Alexander III Russification Karl Marx Political Views in Russia Revolutionary Ideology Socialist Revolutionaries Populism Julius Martov George Plekhanov Lev Kamenev Gregory Zinoviev Nicolai Bukharin The Russian Church Russia and Agriculture Nicholas and Alexandra The Bolsheviks The Mensheviks Gregory Rasputin The Russo Japanese War The 1905 Russian Revolution The October Manifesto Peter Stolypin The First Duma The Second Duma Russia and World War One Russia and War Russian Revolution - March 1917 The Provisional Government Alexander Kerensky Russian Revolution - November 1917 Vladimir Lenin The Bolsheviks in power The Cheka Felix Dzerzhinsky The Red Terror The Lockhart Plot Social Reforms of 1917 Bolshevik Land Reforms Political Reforms of 1919 Treaty of Brest-Litovsk The death of the Romanovs The Russian Civil War Leon Trotsky Permanent Revolution War Communism New Economic Policy Permanent Revolution Lavr Kornilov Alexander Kolchak Anton Denikin Russia 1918 to 1921 Joseph Stalin's Early Years Sergei Kirov Agricultural changes under Stalin from 1928 to 1935 The Great Famine Life in USSR under Stalin Rasputin The Provisional Government The Show Trials in the USSR The Purges in the USSR Russia Political Terms
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Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour was Henry VIII's third wife. Jane married him just eleven days after Anne Boleyn was executed. The marriage between Jane Seymour and Henry was on May 30th 1536. Jane was born between 1507 and 1509. The Seymour's were a well-respected and old noble family. Jane had been a maid of honour at the court of both Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn.
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The 1918 Representation of the People Act

The 1918 Representation of the People Act The 1918 Representation of the People Act was the start of female suffrage in Great Britain. The bill was passed by an overwhelming majority in the House of Commons (385 for to 55 against) - an element of support that surprised the Suffragettes and other suffragist movements.
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