3. Support and cooperation, repression and protest (1945 - 1968)

IB History: 3. Support and cooperation, repression and protest (1945 - 1968)

The years 1945 to 1968 saw several states within Eastern Europe attempt to protest against and/or to reform the governments which ruled them. Although none of these protests were successful in fundamentally challenging Communist rule, the consequences were to have profound effects for Eastern Europe and for the Soviet Union itself.Guiding questionsWhy was there an uprising in East Germany in 1953?


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