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TIMELINE1Congress of ViennaSeptember 1814June 18152Peterloo MassacreAugust 16 18193Opium Wars183918604Indian MutinyMay 10 18575AustroPrussian War18666FrancoPrussian WarJuly 19 1870May 10 18717Unification of GermanyJanuary 18 18718Berlin Conference on Africa188418859Dreyfus AffairNovember 189410Assassination of Archduke Franz FerdinandJune 28 191411SykesPicot AgreementMay 16 191612February Revolution in Russia191713Versailles Peace Conference191914Beer Hall PutschNovember 89 192315GreekTurkish Population Exchange192316Mussolini Comes to PowerDecember 24 192517Collectivization in Russia1928194018Night of the Long KnivesJune 30July 2 193419Night of the Broken GlassNovember 910 193820Anschluss1938TERMS AND DEFINITIONSVladimir LeninRussian Marxist revolutionary communist politician led the October Rev of 1917 leader of the Bolsheviks headed the Soviet state 19171924Henry StanleyFrankfurt ParliamentFirst freely elected parliament for all of Germany Session was held from May 18 1848 to May 31 1849 its existence was both part of and the result of the March Revolution in the states of the German ConfederationJoseph Stalinwas the Premier of the Soviet Union from 6 May 1941 to 5 March 1953 replaced the New Economic Policy of the 1920s with a highly centralized command economy USSR was transformed from a largely agrarian society into a great industrial power led the USSR during the period of postwar reconstructionGavrilo Principwas who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie This set off a chain of events that led to World War IBig GermanLittle German Solution Leopold IIfounder and sole owner of the Congo Free State
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