Vladimir Lenin took Russia out of World War 1.
Russia's new government took them out of World War I after their revolution.
Vladimir Lenin is the revolutionary leader who took over Russia in World War 1.
Vladimir Lenin was leader of the radical socialists who took over Russia in World War 1.
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of Russia when it pulled out of World War 1. He and Leon Trotsky negotiated the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which took Russia out of the war.
the Germans took the entire European side of Russia
World War one took place in France, Belgium, Germany and Russia.
The Germans were stealing from Russia. Russia was a Allie in the world war 2, but still got invaded. The Germans took over.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin is the Bolshevik leader who took Russia out of World War I. He did so by entering into the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with the Central Powers at great cost to Russia.
world war 1 took place in Europe, the middle east and Germany. world war 2 took place in Russia ,Germany, France, and Belgium.
That would be Josef Stalin.