Flashcards in 9. Situation In 1914 (Social) Deck (79)
In terms of education what was there a growth in?
Primary education provisions
What percentage of children were now in full time education?
What did trade unions allow?
Industrial workers to have a voice
What was the limitations of trade unions?
Russia was mainly agriculture therefore it was only confined to a small minority
What was there massive public support for in 1913?
In what year did the Jubilee gain support?
What was the impact of the 1913, Jubilee?
People getting caught up in patriotic feeling as they knew war was coming soon. Tsar represented Russia.
What was the population of Russia in 1914?
In what year was the population of Russia 166 million?
Where did 80% of the population live?
What percentage of the population live in rural areas?
In 1914, out of 1,000 towns, how many had water?
In what year did 200 towns have piped water out of 1,000?
In 1914, out of 1,000 towns, how many had sewage?
38 had sewage systems
In what year did 38 towns have a sewage system out of 1,000?
When was there an outbreak of cholera?
What epidemic occurred in 1910?
How many people died as a result of the 1910 cholera epidemic?
What resulted in the death of 100,000 people?
1910 cholera outbreak
What was the inflation rate
What was a clear example of the ineffective trade unions?
Lena Goldfields strikes that led to the killing of miners
What percentage of the population remained peasants?
What happened to healthcare?
Extension of provisions by Zemstavs
Who extended healthcare provisions?
What did the Zemstavs do to healthcare?
Extended the provsisions
What did Stolypin promise by 1918?
When did Stolypin promise universal education to be established?
Who promised that there would be universal education in 1918?
What percentage of government spending went to education in 1907?