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Who were the Bolsheviks?

The Bolsheviks ( Большеви́к ), roughly translated as, majorityites , and known also for a time as the Bolshe vists , were founded by Vladimir Le (MORE)

Who were the Bolsheviks and what did they do?

they were Russian social democrats who wanted a change in government brought about by an industrial revolution. The Party was considered illegal so majority of the members we (MORE)

What does bolshevik stand for?

The actual word is derived from the Russian word 'bolshe', which means more. Originally, the Bolsheviki (or Bolsheviks in English) were a radical faction of the Russian Social (MORE)

Who were the Mensheviks and Bolsheviks?

After the revolution, the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party  became ineffectual and was subsequently split into two factions.  The Bolsheviks, led by Lenin, insisted all (MORE)

What were Bolsheviks goals?

The Bolsheviks wanted to end the war, give workers and peasants control over their own economic and political affairs and spread socialism throughout Europe. They wanted to de (MORE)

What is Bolshevik in Russia?

Bolshevik is the name of the ruling communist party - more radical and with fewer members than the pre-revolution Mensheviks.
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What were the Bolsheviks demands?

The Bolsheviks believed in organising a party in a centralised and disciplined fashion that sought to overthrow the Tsar through a mass workers' revolution. They believed and (MORE)