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  • Vladimir Lenin

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    Vladimir Lenin, who’s real name was Vladimir Ilch Ulyanov, played an important role in shaping the character of the twentieth century western world. He oversaw the most far-reaching revolution that in 1917 radically changed the political and social structure of Russia and balance of power in the world. Being an important historical figure in Russia, Lenin is treated more like a god. To the Russian public, he is presented as strong, wise, courageous, and kind. Lenin’s infallibility, or accuracy, was

  • Vladimir Lenin

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    of many Soviet leaders that changed the path the country was taking. Vladimir Lenin was the political leader after the successful Bolshevik Revolution In 1917. Lenin did many things that changed the path of Russia, renamed the Soviet Union after he seized power in 1917. Lenin was the grand mastermind behind the Bolshevik party and he led the revolution that allowed him to seize power and in turn create a communist state. Lenin then proceeded to create the "New Economic Policy" that led The Soviet

  • Vladimir Lenin

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    Vladimir Lenin Vladimir Lenin was the Bolshevik leader. He was a clever thinker and a practical man; he knew how to take advantage of events. When Lenin arrived in Russia, he issued a document called the April theses, promising ‘peace, bread, land and freedom’. He called for an end to the ‘Capitalist’ war, and demanded that power should be given to the soviets. He demanded a

  • Vladimir Lenin

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    Vladimir Lenin and his Rise to Power Eventually, empires and nations all collapse. The end can be brought about by many causes. Whether through becoming too large for their own good, being ruled by a series of out of touch men, falling behind technologically, having too many enemies, succumbing to civil war, or a combination: no country is safe. The Russia of 1910 was in atremendously horrible situation. She had all of these problems. Russia would not have existed by 1920 were it not for Vladimir

  • Vladimir Lenin Essay

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    Atkinson 1 Romario Atkinson Mrs.Dietz English 4 8 April 2014 Vladimir Lenin April 22nd 1870 a legend was born. His legal name was Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, but most people simply know him as Vladimir Lenin. He excelled at in his education, also was a really persuasive person. Lenin used fear tactics to control, & maintain power amongst his Russian supporters. ll. Early Life: Born on April 22nd, from the start it was quite obvious that Vladimir Lenin was going to make a huge impact on the world. He was a

  • Vladimir Lenin

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    Vladimir Lenin Vladimir Ilich Lenin was born on May 4, 1870. In school, he was very bright, and enjoyed reading and writings of Goethe and Turgenev. Lenin’s father died of a cerebral hemorrhage and his brother was hung for plotting to assassinate Tsar Alexander III. Lenin was finally accepted to the Kazan University where he studied law. He was expelled, and later studied law on his own and passed the exam in first in a class of 124 people in 1891. In 1895, Lenin traveled to Switzerland to meet

  • Vladimir Lenin and The Red Terror

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    these problems. If it was not for Vladimir IIich Lenin, Russia would not have existed by 1920. Throughout the February Revolution Lenin was living in exile. In April 1917, Lenin returned to Russia with the help of the Germans. The Germans sent Lenin back to Russia in the hopes that he would encourage additional revolutionary movement in Russia so that Russia would withdraw from fighting Germany in World War I. The February Revolution had already occurred whilst Lenin was in Switzerland. Although

  • Vladimir Lenin And The Russian Era

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    Vladimir Lenin “One man with a gun can control 100 without one.” Vladimir Lenin lived an adventurous life full of determined goals. He was well educated and had radical plans to re-organize the Russian Empire. Although many did not support him, he was very successful in his works. During his rule he created a 3 year civil war that took many innocent lives, but he was still able to bring good out of it. Lenin was ruthless and did not care about the bridges he had to burn to achieve what he wanted

  • Vladimir Lenin And The Bolshevik Revolution

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    Russian Revolution Photo Essay Vladimir Lenin speaks to a group of Communist intellectuals in an attempt to stir up discontent amongst the working class of Russia to incite a wave of Communism. Lenin came from a background of nobility, and was therefore able to attain higher education. It was in the course of said higher education that he was exposed to Marxism and the qualms of the working class. It was in this period that he met Leon Trotsky, a notable Marxist in his own right, and his right hand

  • Vladimir Lenin Essay Outline

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    1. Vladimir Lenin born on April 22,1870. He comes from a upper-middle class family from the Russian town of Simbirsk. His father, llya nikolayevich Ulyanov, was a schoolmaster. He was awarded a special order that made his and his family noblemen. His mother, Maria aleksandrovna, was a daughter of a Jewish doctor. Lenin's family was a mix of cultures and nationalities. Lenin had a brother named aleksandr Ulyanov, he was executed for taking part in a plot to assassinate tsar Alexander III. After his