Break up of the USSR & Changes in Eastern Europe
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The term 'Cold War' was first used by________.Marks:1
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.
The Russian Revolution in 1917 was led byMarks:1
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.
Bolshevik Communist party was founded byMarks:1
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.
Before the Soviet Union devolved, it was composed ofMarks:1
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.
The first Soviet Republic to declare its independence wasMarks:1
Explanation:It declared its independence in March 1990.