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Lenin lead the Russian Communists to power in November 1917

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Q: What year did Vladimir Lenin lead the Russian Revolution?
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What revolution did Lenin lead?

Lenin led the October 1917 Russian Revolution.


Was the russian revolution of 1917 let by the nazis?

Nazis did not lead the Russian Revolution. There were two revolutions in 1917. The February revolution was not led by anyone. It happened spontaneously. The October Revolution was led by Vladimir Lenin.


Who returned form exile in the US to help lead the Bolshevik revolt?

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, or Lenin, returned from exile in 1917 to lead the Bolsheviks in the Russian Revolution. He was exiled in Europe prior to the revolution.


What was Lenin's role in the Russian Revolution?

Lenin lead the Bolshevik revolution in 1917, and went on to become the absolute dictator of the communist state created by that revolution.


Why was Vladimin Lenin famous?

Vladimir Illytch Ulianov alias Lenin, along with Lev Bronstein, alias Trotsky, were the leaders of the Communists in the Russian Revolution of 1917. Lenin went on to lead Russia until 1924 & Trotsky was murdered in Mexico City in 1936.


Who lead the Bolsheviks in the Russian civil war?

Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War. Leon Trotsky was the leader of the Red Army, but was still under Lenin's command.


What did Nikolai Lenin have to do with the Russian Revolution?

Nikolai Lenin, also known as Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, was a leader of the Russian Revolution, and founded the Bolsheviks. Lenin was also the first head of the USSR. Lenin lived for the good of the future, and believed that Communism was the only way to save the future generations from the present. There were two Russian Revolutions in 1917. Nikolai Lenin, properly known as Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, had virtually nothing to do with the February Revolution of 1917. It occurred without his knowledge while he was living in exile in Switzerland. He returned to Russia on April 3, 1917 and immediately began agitating against the new Provisional Government that had been set up when the Tsar abdicated. His Bolsheviks did everything they could to disrupt and undercut the Provisional Government as well as to organize resistance against it. Eventually he lead the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia, also known as the Bolshevik Revolution.


Who lead the Bolsheviks?

Vladimir Lenin


What party did Vladimir Lenin lead?

Vladimir Lenin led the Bolshevik Party, which was later renamed the Communist Party.


Who came to power as a result of the Russian Revolution in 1917?

I believe the communist party! Not certain but I think it was lead by Stalin! Before that it was Vladimir Ilyich Ulianov: Lenin, and his sidekick Lev Bronstein: Trotsky. Lenin died in 1924 & Trotsky was murdered in Mexico in 1940 by Stalins henchmen.


What counrty did Vladimir Lenin lead?

Lenin first lead Russia until its name was changed to the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. Later it became the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, or the USSR, the former Soviet Union.


Why is Lenin considered the father of the Russian Revolution?

He is the father of the second, November Revolution, because he lead the Bolsheviks while they tried to take over.


Who was the leader that helped to overthrow the czar and establish communism in Russia?

You probably mean Vladimir I. Lenin; however, although he did establish communism in Russia, he had nothing to do with the overthrow of the Czar. The Czar was overthrown in the February Russian Revolution of 1917, while Lenin was in exile in Switzerland. That revolution was over practically before Lenin even heard about it. He did lead the October Revolution, which overthrew the new Provisional Government and establish communism in Russia.


What country did Vladimir Lenin lead?

Russia


What kind of government did Vladimir lenin believe in?

Vladimir Lenin lead a communist government. He was the chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union.


What was the significance of the Russian Revolution in World war 1?

In the Russian revolution the Communists lead by Lenin took control of Russia and stopped fighting the Germans which allowed the Germans to focus all their power on the western front.


What political party did Vladimir Lenin lead?

Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in Russia. That faction later split off and became its own party. Then in March 1918 it changed its name to the Communist Party. Lenin led the Bolshevik faction of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Party. Eventually the faction split from the RSDP to become the Bolshevik Party. After the Russian Civil War, it became the Communist Party.


What were the Accomplishments of Vladimir Lenin?

•Founding fathers of the Soviet Union •Lenin established the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) •Lead a successful revolution establishing the world first Marxist nation


Russian ruler during the 1920's?

Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1924. Joseph Stalin lead the Soviet Union from 1924 to 1953.


Who led the 1941 russianrevolutionto over throw the czar?

Lenin and his group members are the ones who lead the 1941 Russian revolution to overthrow the czar.


What group did Vladimir Lenin lead?

Lenin led the group known as the Bolsheviks. They later changed their name to Communists.


Did Coolidge lead the Bolsheviks?

No, Calvin Coolidge did not lead the Bolsheviks. Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks.


Who was Alexander Kerensky?

Alexander Kerensky was the second leader of the Russian Provisional Government that had been set up after the February Revolution of 1917 forced Tsar Nicholas II to abdicate the throne. He continued to lead the Provisional Government (PG) until Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks overthrew Kerensky and the PG in the October Revolution later that year.


Was Lenin the first red tsar?

The tsars were heads of state before the Russian revolution (similar to kings). The Russian leader who became known as the Red Tsar was Joseph Stalin, who lead the Communist Soviet Union from 1927 - 1953, after he established a dictatorship by dismantling Lenin's (his predecessor) system of government.


Who was responsible for the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk?

Out of everyone involved, Vladimir I. Lenin is the most responsible. He lead his Bolsheviks to victory in the second Russian Revolution of 1917 and took Russia out of the war with the treaty. And since all the Central Powers were plenty happy to take any surrender, Russia's leader was the one to work on the treaty.