What is Lenin's Revolution?
Lenin's Revolution is the October Revolution of 1917, also called the Bolshevik Revolution.
Lenin believed in the idea of socialism in one country whereas Marx believed in a worldwide revolution. Lenin also believed that revolution would not happen by itself and that it needed a group of revolutionary elite to lead it. Marx believed that all the proletariat would eventually rise and revolt.
Lenins promise of Peace Land Bread during the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 was made in an effort to?
Anastasia was killed in 1917 by the rebels who won the February revolution. The royal family was brought into a room and was given two chairs, being told that they were getting their picture taken. Instead men opened doors with guns and killed the entire family, this led to Lenins takeover of Russia
Just remember his slogans before the revolution: "Bread Peace and Land" and "All power to the Soviets". (Note by Soviet he was referring to the Bolsheviks) although these do not include all of his goals, it is wortwhile to do research on all of them. You will then gain more insight into what his other goals were. P.S. with the 'peace' topic, don't forget to mention the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk between Russian and Germany of…
Lenin's view toward property ownership was that it had to be abolished if capitalism were to be eliminated and socialism (and later communism) successfully imposed on the society. As Karl Marx had said the essence of capitalism is the private ownership of property. Abolish private ownership of property and you abolish capitalism. One of the very first things Lenin did after the Revolution was to abolish the private ownership of property and vest it in…