Vladimir Lenin did not die in the Russian Revolution. He survived not only the revolution but also the following Russian civil War, which ended in 1920. Lenin died in 1924 of natural causes after suffering three strokes beginning in 1922.
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Lenin led the October 1917 Russian Revolution.
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution of the Russian Revolution.
The Russian Revolution as well as the Russian Civil War were both concluded successfully by the time Lenin died in 1924.
Lenin's revolution was the second Russian revolution in 1917, the so called October or Bolshevik Revolution.
Vladimir Lenin was a Russian revoluntary. He led the Bolshevik party in the Russian Revolution and won against the Russian Republic. This led to the creation of the Soviet Union.
Vladimir Ilych Lenin was the leader of the 1917 Russian revolution.
Vladimir I Lenin was the main architect of the Russian Revolution.
Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin were the main characters in the Russian Revolution.
Lenin lead the Russian Communists to power in November 1917
Lenin and his followers overthrew the Russian czar and began the Russian Revolution.
Lenin's Revolution is known as the October Revolution of 1917 or the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. There had been another Russian Revolution in 1917 called the February Revolution, but Lenin did not figure in that at all. He rose to power because of the October Revolution.
That is generally attributed to Lenin.
Three people: Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and Josef Stalin
Lenin lead the Bolshevik revolution in 1917, and went on to become the absolute dictator of the communist state created by that revolution.
Lenin was the leader of the October Revolution of 1917 (also called the Bolshevik Revolution). As to the February Revolution of 1917, Lenin was living in Switzerland at the time and it was over before he even heard about it.
There was no fascist revolution, but Vladimir Lenin led the communist revolution.
The leader of the Russian Communist Revolution was Vladmir Ilich Ulyanov, otherwise known as "Lenin."