Effectively the revolution ends Russias' involvement as a beligerant in WW1. Therefore Russia, indirectly, becomes communist because of WW1, but Communist Russia was not part of it, surrendering a massive amount of territory as a result of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
Before the Communist revolution of 1917, the Russian army were fighting the Germans and the Austro-Hungarian army in WW1.
Russia was the only country to become communist during World War 1.
the Germans were involved in world war 1 cause they were Siberia's allies and Russians allies
The Russians had undergone a revolution in 1917, where the Tsar was killed and replaced by a communist government. The Allies didn't recognise the communist government and in fact actively fought against it.
No, they lost to many "soldiers".
The Brown Bear.
planned his attack on the russians
Vladimir Lenin was the Communist leader during the last few months of World War 1
Vladimir Lenin is the communist leader who ruled Russia immediately after World War 1.
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he was the leader of the Russians in world war 1 :) hope this helped!
Russia. They became communist during Lenin's reign.
Yes, because Russians were having war fatigue
Communists or Bolsheviks.
The Russians were part of the Triple Entente which was the allies. The triple entente was U.K. France and Russia.
Jews and communist backstabbers.
The Russians had to pull out for several reasons during World War 1. Primary reason was the civil revolution which was going on in Russia. The secondary reason was lack of funding and the distance required to supply and fight the war was too great. Another reason was that the Tsar was killed by the Bolshiveks.....communist forerunners of the USSR. They didn't have to. They chose to, because the war served no purpose for them and doing so increased political support for the Bolsheviks.
None. The revolution in Russia (1917) was the first establishment of a communist state.
Soviet Non-Aggresion pact of 1918