Vladimir Lenin is the revolutionary leader who took over Russia in World War 1.
Vladimir Lenin was leader of the radical socialists who took over Russia in World War 1.
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of Russia when it pulled out of World War 1. He and Leon Trotsky negotiated the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which took Russia out of the war.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin is the Bolshevik leader who took Russia out of World War I. He did so by entering into the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with the Central Powers at great cost to Russia.
Joseph Stalin was the leader of Russia in World War 2.
Vladimir Lenin is the leader who wanted to get Russia out of World War 1.
Czar Nicholas II was the leader of Russia at the beginning of World War 1. Vladimir Lenin was the leader at the end of the war.
Tsar Nicholas II was the leader of Tsarist Russia in World War 1.
Joseph Stalin was leader.
Because communists took over the control of Russia from the Tsar. Communists were against war with Germany and hence agreed to end the war with Germany after they took the reign of Russia.
Russia's new government took them out of World War I after their revolution.
Stalin led Russia in WW2.
Yes. Angela Merkel knows that Russia went to war in World War 1.
The Russian leader during World War 2 was Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin.
The Russian leader at the start of the war was Tsar Nicholas II. The Tsar was overthrown by the Bolsheviks in the 1917 Revolution, whose leader, Lenin, took Russia out of the war after the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany.
Vladimir Lenin withdrew Russia from World War 1 by entering into the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
he is the leader of russia
As the leader of Soviet Russia
There weren't any kind of war, withdrew and 'early'.
Vladimir Lenin is the communist leader who ruled Russia immediately after World War 1.
The Germans were stealing from Russia. Russia was a Allie in the world war 2, but still got invaded. The Germans took over.
World War one took place in France, Belgium, Germany and Russia.