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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Lenin ruled as a dictator by taking over the government with fear and terror Lenin despised all religions but did not take down churches because most of his citizens were catholic or christian After he was exiled, he went to Shushenskoye near Abakan.He changed his name to confuse the police.The Bolsheviks was a group of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, Lenin was the leader Lenin founded the Communist Party in Russia and set up the world's first Communist Party dictatorship. He then ruled the country until his death in 1924.Marx believed that such revolutions would occur in Western nations that had highly developed economies. But he was uncertain if Russia would experience a revolution. Lenin, however, was convinced that it would. After the revolution, the party would control the government and build a classless Communist society.He believed that a revolution would succeed only if led by a small political party of professional revolutionaries. Lenin received a law degree from St. Petersburg University in 1891 and joined a law firm in Samara. By this time, he wasabsorbed in the study of Marxism. In 1893, Lenin joined a Social Democratic group, a Marxist organization. In December, Lenin was arrested in St. Petersburg by the czar's police while preparing a revolutionary newspaper, The Workers' Cause. After being heldfor questioning for more than a year, Lenin was exiled to Siberia in 1897.The Bolsheviks seized Petrograd on November 7. On November 15, the Bolsheviks also held Moscow. The Bolsheviks controlled the Russian government. It had meaning to starving housewives and their families, soldiers sick of war, and peasants hungry for land.In 1917, the Soviet of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies was established in Petrograd by Lenin.In July 1918, the Bolsheviks murdered Czar Nicholas II and his family.
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