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What was the communist takeover of Russia in November of 1917?

The Russian Revolution


The communist takeover of Russia occurred in?

1917


Leader of communist takeover of russia?

V.I. Lenin.


When did The communist takeover of Russia occurred in?

it happened after the Russian civil war in 1917-1918


What best describes the America's postwar attitudes?

Americans were concerned about the Communist takeover of Russia in 1917.


What were non communist in Russia called?

Non-communist Russia was called Russia. When Russia was under communism, it was called the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics or the USSR.


How did two revolutions and civil war bring communist control of Russia?

The October and February Revolutions brought the end of the tzarist regime and brought the Bolsheviks into power. The civil war ended all communist opposition in Russia, leading to communist takeover.


Why did russia dropped out of the eastern front in World War I?

the Russian Revolution and the Communist takeover. the communists did not like world war 1


What nation experienced a Marxist takeover during the 1918?

Russia experienced a Marxist takeover in 1917 during the Russian Revolution. The Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin, overthrew the provisional government and established a communist government.


What were non-communist in Russia called?

Mensheviks


Is there still a Communist Party in Russia today?

Yes. It is called the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. It is the second largest party in Russia.


Was Russia a democracy before Lenin?

Russia was a monarchy run by Czar Nicholas II until he abdicated the throne in March 1917. Then it was ruled by a government of ministers called the Provisional Government until the Communist takeover in October 1917.