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Lenin and his Bolshevik supporters promised these to the Russian people. They meant an end to Russia's involvement in World War I, a redistribution of land to the peasant farmers and an end to food shortages cause by the inept governing of the Tsar.

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The phrase "Peace, Land and Bread" was a slogan used by Lenin during the October Revolution. It is often reiterated by the Proletarians and associated with the Bolsheviks.

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