Break up of the USSR & Changes in Eastern Europe

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  • Q1

    The term 'Cold War' was first used by________.

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    Bernard Baruch

    Explanation:

    The term ‘Cold War’ was first used by Bernard Baruch on 16th April,1947. He said, “Let us not be deceived today. We are in the midst of a Cold War.” The term was popularised by Walter Lippmann.

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  • Q2

    The Russian Revolution in 1917 was led by

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    Answer:

    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

    Explanation:
    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the leader of Bolshevik Communist Party, led the Revolution of 1917. He was the founder head of the USSR.
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  • Q3

    Bolshevik Communist party was founded by

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    Vladimir Lenin.

    Explanation:
    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin was the founder of Bolshevik Communist Party and led it for the Russian Revolution 1917 and for the foundation of USSR.
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  • Q4

    Before the Soviet Union devolved, it was composed of

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    15 Soviet republics.

    Explanation:
    It contained fifteen constituent republics: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Byelorussia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirgizia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, the Russian Socialist Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
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  • Q5

    The first Soviet Republic to declare its independence was

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    Lithuania.

    Explanation:
    It declared its independence in March 1990.
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