Vladimir Lenin was the leader of Russi at the end of World War 1. The war ended in 1918 and Lenin was in power until his death in 1924.
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.
Vladimir I. Lenin was transported from Switzerland to Russia in order to put him in a position to stir up unrest and opposition to the war or even to create a revolution to change the government that would end Russia's hostilities with Germany in World War I.
World War 1 left Russia's economy in complete devastation. By the end of the war Russia had 8,000,000,000 rubles of debt.
Joseph Stalin was the leader of the USSR after World War 2.
Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union after World War II. While allies of Britain and the United States during the war, this was mainly because all considered Hitler to be their enemy. Directly, after the war, Britain and the United States ended their relationship with Stalin.
after world war one (actually, even before the end of world war one) russia fell into civil war. the Tsars were disposed by communists.
Vladimir Lenin entered into the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with the Central Powers to end Russia's involvement in World War I.
During World War II, the world was divided between the Allied and the Axis powers. The Allied Powers consisted primarily of the United States, Great Britain, and Russia. The Axis Powers consisted primarily of Germany, Italy, and Japan. The national leader of the United States for the majority of the War was President Franklin D. Roosevelt. At the end of the war the nation was lead by President Harry Truman. Great Britain's Prime Minister during the war was Winston Churchill. Russia's leader was Joseph Stalin. The leader of Germany during the majority of World War II was Adolph Hitler. At the end, for the fall of Germany their leader was Admiral Karl Dönitz. Italy's leader was Benito Mussolini. Japan's leader was Hirohito also known as Emperor Shōwa. The major allied military leader during World War II was General Dwight David Eisenhower.
Vladimir Lenin was the Russian revolutionary leader at the end of World War 1.
Russia withdrew from World War 1 to deal with internal problems, not least of all the 1917 October Revolution.
It had none on World War II, but it led to the end of Russia's involvement in World War I. Several months after the Revolution, Russia and the Central Powers signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ending Russia's role in the war.
Russia was taken out of World War One by Lenin and his agreement with Germany to end Russia's participation in the war. The assassination of Czar Nicholas II and his family had nothing to do with Russia's end as a player in WW 1.
At the end of World War II, Russia brought down the 'Iron Curtain' (1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991) in an effort to separate Russia and its satellite countries from open contact with the West.
Lenin agreed to the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk to end Russia's involvement in World War 1.
The leader of Russia was the authoritarian Tsar Nicholas II. He was the last Tsar (meaning Emperor, coming from the Latin Caesar) of Russia as in 1917 there was a revolution that deposed him. He was then replaced by a group of politicians who would then be replaced (after another revolution) by the Bolshevik politicians, particularly Lenin, who would end the war on the Eastern Front and virtually surrender to Germany.
On the 15th August 1945
The USSR (Russia).
It ended when a Revolt to overthrow the czars(russian leaders). After a successful revolt and overthrow the new government made a pact with Germant to end the war with Russia(not the whole war).
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.
world war I
They did fight in world war 2. The Russians first where apart of the axis forces before Hitler broke his treaty with them and attacked Russia on June 22,1941. The Russia then fought on the allies side until the end of world war 2.