Communism was first developed in Russia
World War I
Communism first started or developed in Russia after the end of World War 1. The embarrassing defeat in World War 1 caused those in power to switch from the monarchy to communism.
The Communists seized power in Russia in 1917 (World War 1).
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin founded communism in Russia.
Lenin brought state capitalism to Russia, not Communism.
Communism occurred in Russia because people were more poor and desperate in Russia than in Britain.
The rise of communism, in 1917, in Russia, was when the White Russian aristocracy was overthrown by the Bolshevik Red Russian communism.
How communism is faring in today's Russia.