The Russian Revolution Made a immense change for the best for its people. The Everyday sadness of the people of Russia grew as the rich got richer and the poor got poorer. With World war l taking place and Russia being involved many Russians were being killed by the Germans. Millions of casualties and starvation all across Russia caused the Russian people to become frus-trated. Under the control of Czar Nicholas II the people were hoping for a change. Russian be-came furious wanting Nicholas out blaming him for what was going on in their country without getting assistance by their ruler.
Nicholas was considered a selfish ruler with no love for his very own people. Nicholas was forced to give ...view middle of the document...
Lenin worked close with Leon. They worked on fur-thering Marxism and taking it around the world. Leon was a supporter of the Menshevik party before being involved with the Bolshevik party. Leon was forced into exile and later assassinated by Soviet agents for dissent for stepping out of line.
Karl Marx created the ideas of communism . Marx died before he can see his vision put to work and be enforced by the Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks believed in achieving complete free-dom. Many of Marx political texts were illegal in Russia. Lenin was arrested and sentenced to exile in Siberia. While Lenin was in Siberia he decided to dedicate his life to expand the ideas of Marxism.
The Bolsheviks leader’s spent time studying Marxist text and worked on their own version of Marxism which were published secretly in Russia and some other countries in the late 1890s. Lenin wrote a book expressing that Marxism’s goals was to give freedom to the people of Russia.
The Bolsheviks took part in the October Revolution on November 7, 1917. The cruiser named Aurora fired blanks along the Neva River at the Mensheviks headquarters. They attacked im-portant buildings in Petrograd in order to gain control. The Bolsheviks would take orders from Lenin to preform acts of Terrorism in Russia and stressed over organizing a trade union. The Bol-sheviks added sailors and soldiers to the Bolsheviks increasing the power of the party.
The Bolsheviks made it clear that peasants must take all land from the landholders. The pro-duction of bread and meat was increased for the people. The Bolshevik party wanted everyone to be the same. Everyone worked for the same thing food, clothes and hygienic products were all passed out to each household. The Bolsheviks temporarily succeeded to carryout...