Bolshevik


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emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries

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a Russian member of the left-wing majority group that followed Lenin and eventually became the Russian communist party

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of or relating to Bolshevism

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Although not set forth in a theoretical framework, Heinzen, by concentrating on Smirnov's biography, reminds us that in the militarized, if not feudal, world of Bolshevik political culture, it was individuals, not institutions or policies that most often determined the course of events.
He travels, like his friend Alexander Medvedkin, in the company of Bolsheviks.
Proletarian internationalism, which the Bolsheviks promoted vigorously for nearly 20 years before turning to russocentrism, never managed to evoke such enthusiasm--a fact that Brandenberger attributes primarily to the complex and abstract nature of Marxist-Leninist ideology.
For example, the collapse of the Hungarian Soviet in July 1919, the Whites' taking of Tsaritsyn in the same month, the French desire to provide more support for the Whites in South Russia and the problems with various Ukrainian factions all pushed and pulled at Bolshevik policy.
The Kyzyl gold project (the "Kyzyl Project") comprises the Bakyrchik and Bolshevik gold deposits and is located in north-eastern Kazakhstan.
The former MP for Crosby tweeted: "It's almost as if @CharlotteChurch was an overpaid bolinger bolshevik who didn't have a f*** clue #hmmm #moron.
When the Bolshevik regime was about the age that the Islamic State is today, the United States, France, and Britain were supporting its White Russian adversaries and landing troops in Russia; Japan and a reborn Poland were pressuring the Bolsheviks from east and west; and the fear instilled by the Red Terror seemed like the primary force keeping the pariah state from crumbling.
Russia's participation in WWI was downplayed in the Soviet Union, largely due to the Bolshevik view of it as an "imperialist war" that paved the way for revolution.
The image of the Soviet regime also, long discredited, together with the Bolshevik Revolution that produced it, appeared to constitute no threat for the present Russian rulers.
He was impressed by the success of the Bolshevik revolution and went to the newly founded Soviet Union to study at the Lenin School in Moscow.
That was the rallying cry for millions of Mexicans during the second and third decades of the 20th century, as revolutionary governments, modeled after the Bolshevik regime in Russia, unleashed round after round of persecution and terror throughout Mexico.
We sent 88 officers and men as part of the "Syren" Force to train White Russian reconnaissance troops to fight Bolshevik insurgents and they ended up leading assault columns against Bolshevik strongholds in the depths of an arctic winter.
Summary: After the Bolshevik Revolution in November 1917, the Russian army began to withdraw from the Kurdish and the Armenian regions of the Ottoman.
According to the Daily Mail, explorers had been searching for treasures dating from the Bolshevik Revolution when forces loyal to the deposed royal family fled an advancing Red Army.