A biography of vladimir ilyich lenin a russian politician
Lenin became the first head of the USSR, but by that time, his health was declining.
Vladimir lenin definition
In this document he raised concerns about Joseph Stalin and thought he should be removed from office. Lenin founded and managed the communist newspaper called Iskra in Like many of his contemporaries, he was arrested and exiled to Siberia, where he married Nadezhda Krupskaya. Lenin began plotting an overthrow of the Provisional Government. In August Lenin was seriously wounded by two bullets in an assassination attempt carried out by a political opponent. A year later, Lenin's older brother Sacha joined a revolutionary group that planned to assassinate the Tsar the Russian monarch. He had been instrumental in winning the Bolsheviks over to a policy of armed insurrection in order to form a Soviet government, a policy which was carried out through the Military Revolutionary Committee of the Petrograd Soviet. He was a guiding force, navigating the regime through civil war, economic dislocation and famine, though at great cost. Although it was Lenin's clarity of vision that ultimately guided the Bolsheviks to power, his vision for the future of Russia and the USSR was less clear. She was initially posted to Ufa , but persuaded the authorities to move her to Shushenskoye, claiming that she and Lenin were engaged; they married in a church on 10 July Published under the pseudonym of "Vladimir Ilin", upon publication it received predominantly poor reviews. He moved to the city of Samara, where his client base was largely composed of Russian peasants. He also took land from the rich landholders and divided it up amongst the peasants.
He spent much of his time over the next several years in Western Europe where he wrote communist papers and planned for the coming revolution. Lenin studied law at Kazan University, where he became involved with the revolutionary cause and subsequently quit his course.
Between and his death inLenin suffered a series of strokes which compromised his ability to speak, let alone govern.
When Lenin was sixteen years old, his father died. He secretly organized factory workers, peasants, soldiers and sailors into Red Guards — a volunteer paramilitary force.
But the kind of country he hoped to lead never came to fruition. Russian participation in the war was disastrous: Russian casualties were greater than those sustained by any other nation, and food and fuel shortages soon plagued the vast country. The police arrested Lenin and accused him of being a ringleader in the demonstration; he was expelled from the university, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs exiled him to his family's Kokushkino estate. In Russia went to war with Japan. Lenin was convinced that the war signaled the final decline of the worldwide capitalist economy and thus was bringing nearer the socialist revolution. At one point he was arrested and kicked out of the university, but he was later allowed to return. Soviet rule was secured and the Constituent Assembly parliament closed, but the Soviet leadership had alienated other socialist parties and established a one-party state. During this period he wrote and published Imperialism, The Highest Stage of Capitalism , a defining work for the future leader, in which he argued that war was the natural result of international capitalism. As a politician, he was characterized by remarkable determination, ruthlessness, and sometimes cruelty.
Later Years Lenin suffered a stroke in Mayand then a second one in December of that year. Most of his adult life Lenin spent organising and writing for the Social Democratic movement, much of it in exile across Europe, Britain, and in Siberia.
Recognising that these dissidents could cause problems for their Russian enemies, the German government agreed to permit 32 Russian citizens to travel in a "sealed" train carriage through their territory, among them Lenin and his wife.
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