Conclusions

Conclusions:

The Great depression:

The Great Depression put an end to the happiness and joy of the “Roaring Twenties”, finally economy had collapsed and people were not so proud anymore of being so blind for long time. Though it didn’t really affected Russia directly, the whole world seemed affected by this event, especially USA because it would cause unemployment and bankruptcy, which would eventually cause the suicide of many people. But the world got over it and was able to progress even so. So the final conclusion about this would be that humans learn from mistakes and always take over the circumstances.

Russian Revolution:

Russia has suffered a lot of changes in a short period of time first they had a monarchic        government and after the revolution Vladimir Lenin take advantage to make Russia his pleasure but it some way he helped to improve the economic and to take Russia into a other level and to put it in the map. Stalin also helped Russia but he damaged the most important thing in a country that is the people and the liberty.

1st World War:

World War I was a mayor conflict in world history; it produced all kinds of very important geological, ideological and technological changes. During this war Russia had a very large army but it didn’t have the weapons and technology needed to play a larger role in it. Furthermore, Russia’s participation was cut short dew to internal conflicts, the start of the Russian Revolution.

2nd World War:

We think that Russia played an important roll in the 2nd world war. They reduce the Germans army a lot and push them out of their country. If Russia won´t participated in this war the Germans could win it but Russia made important battle’s that stop their opponents.

Totalitarian Systems:

In this period of time the desire of power and territories increased, and a lot of countries wanted to got the full control, but they needed to realize a lot of violent movements, the dictatorships used to regime the countries, we think that all of this conflicts were unnecessary, because a lot of people died, while only one person or a certain group of people was beneficed, and many injustices and crimes occur, the racism and the violence increase a lot.

The Roaring Twenties:

The 1920s, also called the Roaring Twenties, was an age of dramatic social and political change. For the first time, more Americans lived in cities than on farms. The nation’s total wealth more than doubled between 1920 and 1929, and this economic growth swept many Americans into a wealthy but unfamiliar “consumer society.” Thanks to nationwide advertising and the spread of chain stores, people from coast to coast bought the same goods, listened to the same music, did the same dances and even used the same slang!

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