A biography of vladimir ilych lenin a russian leader of bolsheviks
Lenin advocated for Russian defeat in World War I, arguing that it would hasten the political revolution he desired. Almost three years of civil war followed. Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov was born in Simbirsk, which was renamed Ulyanovsk in his honour.
He wrote controversial papers and articles and tried to organize workers. Russia at this time was ruled by emperors known as czars who inherited their positions, and Lenin's shift to radical views was probably fueled by the execution by hanging of his older brother Alexander in after Alexander and others had plotted to kill the czar. The policy signified a temporary retreat from Lenin's goal of transforming the Soviet economy into a fully communist one. At a meeting in it split into 2 groups. He was granted a few days in Saint Petersburg to put his affairs in order and used this time to meet with the Social-Democrats, who had renamed themselves the League of Struggle for the Emancipation of the Working Class. The fighting would continue until a party conference in Prague, when Lenin formally split to create a new, separate entity. With his health in obvious decline, Lenin turned his thoughts to how the newly formed USSR would be governed after he was gone. Lenin appealed to them with his slogan Peace! In and , members met and condemned such wars in advance, pledging not to support them. However Communism finally collapsed in the Soviet Union in and Lenin's dream ended in total failure. They seized key buildings. As the economy deteriorated during the Russian Civil War , Lenin used the Cheka to silence political opposition, both from his opponents and challengers within his own political party. This new policy allowed some private ownership and capitalism. In this book, Lenin argued that the world war was an inevitable outcome of Western capitalism and imperialism, whereby the capitalist states of Europe had come to rely upon aggressive foreign expansion in order to maintain economic profits.
Lenin expressed these ideas in his important book What's to Be Done? His real family name was Ulianov, and his father, Ilia Nikolaevich Ulianov, was a high official in the area's educational system.
In May Lenin suffered a stroke.
In andmembers met and condemned such wars in advance, pledging not to support them. Lenin argued for a tightly organized party, limited in number, with its members actively engaged in organizational work In early he issued what came to be called as his Testament, in which a regretful Lenin expressed remorse over the dictatorial power that dominated Soviet government.
The Communists only retained control of the 'commanding heights' of industry the most important ones.
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