No communist group overthrew Czar Nicholas IV in March or in any other month in 1917. The communist group then known as the Bolsheviks overthrew the Russian Provisional Government headed by Alexander Kerensky in October, 1917. Tsar Nicholas II had abdicated the throne in March 1876 as a result of the demonstrations, strikes and riots that were taking place in Petrograd and other cities. He wasn't overthrown by any group. He simply lost control of the government and abdicated the throne.
No Russian communist overthrew the Russian monarchy. The Tsar abdicated in March 1917 after the February Revolution. A non-communist Provisional Government was then set up. In October 1917, the Russian Communist leader overthrew the Provisional Government. The Russian monarchy had already been overthrown.
Lenin's Communist group was known as the Bolshevik Party. After the revolution, in March 1918, the Bolshevik Party changed its name to the Communist Party and from then on were known as communists instead of Bolsheviks.
The Bolshevik Party under Vladimir Lenin changed its name to the Communist Party in March 1918.
There were two Revolutions in Russia. In the March Revolution, anti-czarists forced teh czar to abdicate and set up a democratic government. In the November or Bolshevik Revolution, the Bolsheviks (communist party) overthrew that government and turned Russia communist.
Italian Communist Party of the Julian March was created in 1946.
Tsar Nicholas II was overthrown in the February Revolution of 1917 when he abdicated in March. Communist rule was not established until the end of October that year when the October Revolution by Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks (later renamed Communists) overthrew Russia's Provisional Government and took over.
The Chinese Communist Party led by Mao Ze Dong.
Lenin's group was the Bolshevik Party. After the October Revolution when it was the sole power in the country and all other political parties were being eliminated, it changed its name to the Communist Party in March 1918.
communist fled north from nationalist forces
As coined in a speech March 5th 1946, by Winston Churchill the term for a symbolic boundary dividing Europe into communist & non communist spheres is "the iron curtain" the iron center
The Bolshevik Party under Vladimir Lenin renamed itself the Communist Party in March 1918 after the Russian Revolution. They did this because Lenin had outlawed all other political parties, especially the other Marxist/Communist ones. He felt that since the Bolsheviks were the only political party espousing communism and since there was no further reason to differentiate themselves from the Mensheviks, they should call themselves the Communist Party. So they did.
First, the Bolshevik Revolution is not the one of the two Russian Revolutions of 1917 that fits in the group. You want the March Revolution (the Bolshevik was the November Revolution). Anyway, the French, Chinese and March Revolutions all overthrew the monarchy of the country in favor of a different form of government. All the countries wanted republics. None gained republics for long. China and Russia turned communist in a Civil War and Bolshevik revolution respectively. And as for France, well, a short man with a short temper took over.
Practically, after 6 March 1945.
The Bolsheviks became the Communist Party in March 1918.
As a result of the Long March, China's Communist Party
communist russia and 8 March - 8 November 1917 [O.S. 23 February - 26 October]
The Czar of Russia was overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917. It was led by Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky among others.
The March Revolution in Russia. The people overthrew the czar in favor of a democratic government.
The Bolshevik Party took the name 'The Communist Party' in March 1918.
Strictly speaking, a group of about a dozen politicians and officials from the Tsarist regime replaced the Czar. This was in March 1917 when the Tsar abdicated the throne. Later, in October (according to the Russian calendar) the Bolshevik Party, which later renamed itself the Communist Party, replaced the Provisional Government.
Vladimir Lenin successfully overthrew the Provisional Government of Russia. This was the government that in March of 1917 forced the Czar to step down from power. Lenin then successfully overthrew the Provisional government that was largely one of democratic leaders and democratic socialists. Lenin imposed a dictatorship of the Bolshevik Party.
Vladimir Lenin was the Communist leader of Russia in 1917, although in 1917 they were known as Bolsheviks. In March 1918, they changed their names to Communists.
In March 1918, the Bolsheviks renamed themselves the Communist Party.
No, the Tsar had been overthrown in March 1917. Lenin overthrew the Provisional Government which had been put in place after the Tsar abdicated.
The Communist Party, although when it took over in 1917 it was known as the Bolshevik Party. It changed its name in March 1918, but the people in power in the party and the country did not change.