In 1917 after the October Revolution.
Lenin formed the Bolshevik Party in 1903.
Georgy Lvov was the first post Tsarist leader after the abdication of Tsar Nicholas, from 23rd March to 7th July, 1917, when he resigned due to lack of support. He was arrested by the Bolsheviks later in the year, but escaped to France. Aleksander Kerensky was next from 21st July to 8th November, 1917, and was ousted by the Bolsheviks and a general lack of support. Vladimir Lenin was elected on 8th November, 1917, and served until forced to retire due to ill health in 1922.
The Bolshevik Party (later renamed the Communist Party) led the Russian Revolution of October 1917. The previous revolution in that year, the February Revolution, was not ed by any particular political party.
It was 1917 when Lenin and the Bolsheviks in a nearly bloodless coup took over the Provisional Government that had been in place since the February 1917 revolution. The Provisional Government was dissolved and Lenin assumed power in Russia. It wasn't until 1920 that his hold on Russia was solidified, because the Russian Civil War soon broke out and lasted until 1920.
the Bolsheviks Vladimir Lenin In 1917 several people rose to power because there were two separate revolutions in that year. In the February Revolution, the the rule of the Tsars came to an end. A Provisional Government headed by Prince Georgy Lvov then came into power. Some months later Alexander Kerensky came into power taking over the Provisional Government when "Lvov resigned. In the October Revolution, Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Party rose to power when they overthrew the Provisional Government.
It was overthrown in the 1917 Russian Revolution (famously called the "February Revolution"). Over a year later in July 1918, after the October Revolution when Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks took over, the whole royal family (the Romanovs) were cruelly executed.
March 20 of his first year in office
JFK was elected in 1960, took office in 1961.
Lenin was in official exile at least twice and fled to avoid arrest once. In 1897, after organizing a pro-workers union, he served a year in prison then was exiled to Siberia for three years. He lived in Shushenskoe in the south of the Minusinsk area. Ironically, his pseudonym 'Lenin', adopted in 1903, may have come from a variation of the name of the River Lena, which runs through Siberia. Lenin and several other socialist then lived in exile in Switzerland for a good seventeen years. He attended the Second Party Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Party in 1903, where he adopted the name Bolsheviks for his supporters in the party. In 1917, he travelled through Germany, Sweden and Finland to return to Russia in April 1917. In July 1917, Lenin fled to Finland to avoid arrest by the Kerensky Provisional Government (PG) when a premature coup against the PG by the Bolsheviks failed and many Bolsheviks, including Leon Trotsky, were rounded up and imprisoned. He stayed with several different Bolshevik sympathizers in various places including Helsingfors (now Helsinki) and Sestoretsk.
You mean the November or Bloshevik Revolution. There had been a March Revolution earlier that year which forced the czar to abdicate and created a Provisional democratic government to rule until a permanent parliment could be organized. In November, members of the Bolshevik minority in the Petrograd Soviet (council) staged a coup in the capital Petrograd, taking over banks and other establishments. The Provisionall Government couldn;t do much about it, so they were overthrown in favor of the Bolsheviks, who subsequently pulled Russia out of World War I.