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    Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov aka Lenin was born on April 22, 1870 and he would live until the age of 53 when his death was recorded as a incurable disease of the blood vessels. As a young boy Lenin would develop a hatred toward the tsarist gov. due to he loved brother being executed for planning to kill the tsar. Lenin would read the works of Karl Marx growing up and would spread Marxist ideas. Lenin adapted Marxist ideas to fit Russian conditions. Marx had predicted that one day the working class would eventually overthrow capitalism, so Lenin created an elite revolutionary group named the Bolsheviks meaning majority. When World War One broke loose the Tsars would rule Russia until near the end of the war when the whole Romanov Dynasty ended…

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    Vladimir Lenin was founder of the Russian communist party and led the bolshevik revolution and architect and first head of the Soviet state. He had a very busy lifestyle and wasn't always known as Vladimir Lenin. "Vladimir Lenin Biography - Notable Biographies." He was named Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, at birth but he tried out a number of different names including “k. Tulin” and “Petrov” prior to settling on “Linen” by 1902. Historians believe that it may have been a reference to the Lena River…

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    “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” (Vladimir Lenin) Without the influence of Vladimir Lenin, Russia would find itself with little motivation to revolt. For his ideology alone can be considered the overarching backbone of the Russian Revolution. Lenin was born into a wealthy family on the 22nd of April, 1870. Growing up in Russia, he would later delve into an official career, becoming an extreme political theorist devoted to leading the Bolshevik party into Russian power. He saw his…

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    Vladimir Lenin was a large figure in the revolution of the USSR and the future of Russia. Vladimir Lenin was born April 22nd, 1870 in Simbirsk, Russian Empire as Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Владимир Ильич Ульянов). Some days later, he was baptized into the Russian Orthodox Church. He took on the alias Lenin in 1901 while doing underground party work. (http://www.biography.com/people/vladimir-lenin-9379007#early-years). He was born into a wealthy middle-class family, third of six children, along…

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    The Man Himself Vladimir Lenin is considered one of the most controversial, yet influential political figures of the 20th century. Some praise his ideology and actions while other call him a tyrant. But before we get to all that, let’s start with a little background information. Vladimir was born April 10th, 1870 (which is actually by a European style calendar, today his date would fall on April 22nd. Just some interesting trivia) but not with the last name of Lenin. His actual name is Vladimir…

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    Malcom X and Vladimir Lenin, Human Rights defenders To begin with this contrast between authors we need to understand their background and were it took place in history, in order to have a paronamic view of their life. Vladimir Illich Uylanov (Vladimir Lenin) was born on April 22, 1870, in Simbirsk, Russian Empire; Governed by Absolute Monarchy and ruled under the Russian Ortodox Church and he Pauline laws, Lenin was raised by a mid-class but well educated family, who`s Father died when…

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    Commandments for Animal Advancements The Return of Lenin With the outbreak of the February Revolution, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin remained stationary in Switzerland, his only location for exile, unable to travel to France or England. However, with the sudden event of overthrowing of Czar Nicholas II, Lenin desired to return from exile, despite the incapability of traveling to neither France nor England. Transportation through Germany contributed as his only option to return to his homeland, “But…

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    The Bolshevik government was a government situated in the Soviet Empire run and founded by Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky. The Bolshevik government ran on many ideas of Karl Marx. The theorisation of Karl Marx ran by the name of Marxism and these ideas within his theory were as followed: The capitalist society is one to be abolished, as the bourgeois should not be the ones to run the land or factories when they are not the ones that slave away on those sites. With this, Lenin intertwines…

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    The chief cause of the Russian Revolution was Czar Nicholas II’s inability to run the government properly. There were plenty of circumstances that brought about the Russian Revolution. A few examples would be the bad economy, corruption within the government, and the Czar doing whatever suits himself (“Russian Revolution” History.com). With theses events, there was a loss in morale in citizens all across Russia. The citizens also lost hope in the government and the Czar. These events lead to an…

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    During the year of 1917, Russia was in a pretty bad situation. Citizens were living in poverty, while the Tsar had a deluxe and luxurious lifestyle. There was a lot of corruption that caused a lot of commotion within the people; they were not satisfied with their leader. Their leader, Czar Nicholas II, on the other hand felt that he was leader appointed by God and was doing a good job. That was when the people of Russia started getting ideas on ways to solve this power inequality. On man who…

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