What name was used by Russian socialist revolutionaries until March 1918?
Please note: Prior to the October Revolution there was another socialist political party named "Socialist Revolutionaries." Although this question specifically refers to "socialist revolutionaries," it is obvious that it actually contemplates the Bolshevik Party, since the Bolshevik Party changed its name to the Communist Party in March 1918. The Socialist Revolutionaries, as a party disappeared when the Bolsheviks abolished all political parties but their own.
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What was the new name taken by Russian socialist revolutionaries in 1918 from the writings of Karl Marx that described workers who had seized power of the economy?
The new name 'Communists' was adopted by Bolsheviks at their Seventh Party Congress in March 1918. Note: The 'Bolsheviks' as a faction of the Russian Social Democratic Party …are not to be confused with another socialist party named 'Socialist Revolutionaries.' This question specifically uses the term "socialist revolutionaries," but it obviously does not mean the political party that was then known as the "Socialist Revolutionaries," because the "Socialist Revolutionaries", as well as all other political parties, were abolished by the Communists.The new name taken was "Communists." Prior to March 1918, they were known as Bolsheviks. (MORE)
Socialist Revolutionaries, not MarxistThe Socialist Revolutionaries (SR's) were not a Marxist Party. This is because the SR's believed that the Peasants were the power base fo…r revolution in Russia, unlike the Mensheviks and Bolsheviks who believed the Proletariat were the power base for revolution, as predicted by Marx's communist manifesto. The SR's wanted all land to be confiscated and redistributed amongst the peasants and believed in the use of terrorism to achieve its aims. The SR's created a separate terrorist group known as the SR Combat Organisation and was responsible for organising the assassinations of many government officials. SRCO agents assassinated two Ministers of the Interior, Dmitry Sipyagin and V. K. von Plehve, Grand Duke Sergei Aleksandrovich, the Governor of Ufa N. M. Bogdanovich, and many other high ranking officials. (MORE)
The US didn't open a trade route until after the Revolutionary War because if they did it during, then they wouldn't have a relationship between China and the US. Due to the r…oughness with England and their nonstop fighting with the US they, couldn't get to know China , instead of bringing a war towards them just because of trading. And they never had the Treaty of Paris yet. but after it was peaceful. (MORE)
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Communism has been an important political ideology since the mid 1800s has had various incidences of practical application in Russia, Cuba, North Korea and other countries. Th…e philosophy believes in public ownership of all resources and the creation of an economically equal society. Here is a lost of communist important (MORE)
No new name was given in 1922. In July 1918, the now ruling Bolsheviks/ Communists adopted the name "Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic" as a new name for Russia. Aft…erwards, in 1924, the RSFSR entered into the Soviet Union Treaty with Ukraine, Belorussia and the Transcaucasian Federation (Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia) and formed the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the USSR. (MORE)
The new name 'Communists' was adopted by Bolsheviks at their Seventh Party Congress in March 1918. Note: The 'Bolsheviks' as a faction of the Russian Social Democratic Party …are not to be confused with another socialist party named 'Socialist Revolutionaries.' This question specifically uses the term "socialist revolutionaries," but it obviously does not mean the political party that was then known as the "Socialist Revolutionaries," because the "Socialist Revolutionaries", as well as all other political parties, were abolished by the Communists. (MORE)
There are three possible answers to this question because there were (at least) three political parties that could be deemed "socialist revolutionaries.First is the Bolshevik …Party. Vladimir Lenin was the chief leader.Second is the Menshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party. Julius Martov was the chief leader of that party.Third is the Party of the Socialist Revolutionaries. Victor Chernov was the chief leader of that party.Most likely this question refers to the Bolshevik Party under Vladimir Lenin, since it is the political party which overthrew the Russian Provisional Government (not the Tsar) in the October Revolution and later became the Communist Party. (MORE)
The Russian Socialists called Russia The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the USSR for short. The USSR was not just a new name given to Russia after the revolution. The …first new name for Russia was the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic(RSFSR) so named in the new Constitution in July 1918. In 1922, the RSFSR joined with Ukraine, Georgia and the Transcaucasus Federation (Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan) to form a new nation, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. (MORE)
The Socialist Revolutionary Party, a non-Marxist party was formed in 1901. It had two factions, one for political agitation and one for terroristic violence. This party had no…thing to do with the Bolshevik Party, which emerged from a split in the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, which was a Marxist party. (MORE)
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