During the 'Revolution of 1917' in Russia, the 'Bolsheviks' (or, Communists) took power through a combination of methods and actions. As just one example, they were very well organized and zealously committed to their cause, which could not be said of the majority of their enemies in the revolution. As another, they took advantage of the wide-spread peasant resentment against the ruling dynasty of Russia to increase their strength considerably.
They convinced the people that they were the peoples party. They promised the people land, shelter, and bread. Which caused the Red Army (Bolsheviks) to outnumber the white army in the Russian revolution.
They galvanized the discontent already present in the masses. After all, the czar, his family and his minions were extraordinarily wealthy while, at the same time, the vast majority of Russians were poor. It wasn't a tough sell to get the masses to opt for political change.
The Bolsheviks took over the leadership of Russia in 1917. They overthrew the provisional government during the October Revolution.
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Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to revolution in Russia during WWI
The Bolsheviks came to power, by shutting down an election by force when the socialist revolutionaries won the election. The leader of the Bolsheviks, were just as bad as Tsar Nicholas II.
Organization of Russia into republics helped the Bolsheviks gain and hold political control because it led to the October Revolution phase of the Russian Revolution.
In (and even before) 1917 in Imperial Russia, the Bolsheviks gained mass-support for numerous reasons. Most of the reasons, however, centered on the corruption, inefficiency, and failures of the Russian royal dynasty and its administration as the governing power in Russian.
Czar Nicholas II was murdered on the night of July 16/17, 1918, by members of the Bolsheviks who had seized power in Russia in the October Revolution in 1917.
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Established a Communist government and pulled out of the war.
No they did not. In fact, most of the leaders of the Bolshevik Party at that time were in exile and didn't even know that the Tsar had abdicated. In March a Provisional Government took power. The Bolsheviks took power from the Provisional Government in October that year.
Do you mean the Bolsheviks?...Then I guess the answer is V.I. Lenin
how did world war 1 help the Bolsheviks seize power in russia in 1917 Russia did not do well in World War 1. Losses were so high that Russia withdrew from the war in 1917, increasing the Russian people's dissatisfaction with Czarist rule.
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks to victory in Russia.
The Bolsheviks under Vladimir Lenin won control of Russia.
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Russia out of the war