Results for: Bolshevism

What is bolshevism?

  Bolshevik ("Большевик", derived from Russian word for "majority") is the name given to the faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP) led by V (MORE)
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What is the relationship between Jews and Bolshevism?

Answer 1 Jews have never been shown kindness throughout the bolshevik period. Answer 2 Unfortunately, there were a number of highly-placed Jewish intellectuals among th (MORE)

What was Bolshevism?

According to historians, Bolshevism was the belief that capitalism  does not achieve ultimate growth. Lenin and other leaders believed  economic growth can only be achieved (MORE)

Compare and contrast Nazism and Bolshevism as ideologies and as ruling system?

  Bolshevism is a form of violent secular feudalism based on robbing, murdering and otherwise oppressing people who belong to several vocational classes. Nazism is a more (MORE)

Bolshevism - why was it feared?

A specific answer would depend on the specific country, but generally Bolshevism was feared because if the workers, led by the Bolsheviks (communists) carried out their threat (MORE)

What were Winston Churchill's views on Bolshevism?

Winston Churchill did not like communism. Bolshevism had faded out after world war 1 so he was more focused on the communism. He warned President Roosevelt of the dangers of l (MORE)

What year did Lenin found Bolshevism?

In 1903, at the Russian Social Democratic Party Congress in Brussels, Belgium, Lenin adopted the name Bolshevik as the name for his faction of the Marxist RSDP. Lenin's group (MORE)