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In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
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In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and un...
In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the de...
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  1. 1. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  2. 2. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power 
  3. 3. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  4. 4. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  5. 5. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  6. 6. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  7. 7. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside **Next Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  8. 8. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  9. 9. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  10. 10. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  11. 11. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  12. 12. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  13. 13. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  14. 14. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
  15. 15. In October 1917, armed Bolshevik and Soviet revolutionaries stormed government buildings in Petrograd and overthrew the democratic provisional government. This revolutionary movement known as the October Revolution set in place the foundations for what would become the communist Soviet Union. Although few outside Petrograd recognized the takeover at first, the Soviet Union became one of the most powerful countries in the world, feared by capitalists everywhere (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). The Bolshevik party which was responsible for these events was lead by one man, Vladimir Lenin. Lenin’s brilliant, inspiration, and powerful political ideas changed the world forever and his influence is the frequently the subject of study. In fact, Lenin is considered to have founded a new ideology known as Maxism-Leninism.
  16. 16. During his study of law he also began to study the writings of Karl Marx from whose perspective he began to analyze and understand revolutionary change for the working class (Von Laue,1964). Lenin was soon arrested for his involvement in Marxist organizations and exiled to Siberia on the Lena River. It was here that he assumed his new name and identity as Lenin, a revolutionary from Siberia (p105 (Von Laue,1964). Lenin began writing on his revolutionary ideas during this time and organized the Bolshevik party. Hoping to disrupt the Russian government during the war, Germany aided Lenin in returning to St. Petersburg in 1917 (Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, 1942). Lenin then published his April Thesis which criticized the provisional government that had come to power
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