Lenin and the Bolsheviks came into power on October 26, the culmination of the two day October Revolution. Prior to that, the Russian Provisional Government was in power. Arrest warrants were out for Lenin since July, 1917 and he had to flee the country to Finland to avoid capture. He snuck back in under disguise to organize the October insurrection which brought him and the Bolsheviks into power.
Germany helped the Bolsheviks come to power byReturning their leader Vladimir Lenin and other top Bolsheviks into Russia.Giving the Bolsheviks money to use to carry on their revolutionary activities and buy weapons to create a small army.
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to power in the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia.
Do you mean the Bolsheviks?...Then I guess the answer is V.I. Lenin
No, Calvin Coolidge did not lead the Bolsheviks. Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks.
the party in which the Bolsheviks revolution started was from Lenin
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks in 1917.
Lenin was the leader of the Bolsheviks.
Vladimir I. Lenin
Lenin and the Bolsheviks
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to victory in Russia.
The Bolsheviks, Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Bolsheviks.
The Bolsheviks believed in the tsar and they also believed in Lenin their leader
to overthrow the provisional government and hand power to the proleteriat, hence, estabish socialism.
Russia out of the war
Lenin was the main leader of the Bolsheviks. :D<3 _Aliceteama_
The leader of the Bolsheviks in the Russia Revolution was Vladimir Lenin.
The leader of the Bolsheviks, Vladimir lenin a revolutionary socialist, demanded that all governing power be turned over to the soviets.Also because the Bolsheviks slogan of "peace, bread, and land" appealed to the War-weary and hungry russain people.
Lenin and the Bolsheviks began their rise to power in earnest when Lenin returned to Russia from exile in Switzerland in April 1917 after the February 1917 Revolution which toppled the Tsar. From then on, Lenin and the Bolsheviks worked against the new Provisional Government by promising an end to World War 1, redistribution of land to peasants and an end to shortages of food and manufactured goods. They spread their revolutionary ideas among the soldiers, workers and peasants until they were able to overthrow the Provisional Government in the October Revolution of 1917 and take over full political governmental power in Russia.