October Revolution

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Synonyms for October Revolution

the coup d'etat by the Bolsheviks under Lenin in November 1917 that led to a period of civil war which ended in victory for the Bolsheviks in 1922

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He was appalled by the brutal suppression of the Kronstadt Uprising of 1921, when the sailors of the Kronstadt naval base, who had been critical in the Bolshevik seizure of power in October 1917, mutinied against the new regime.
Ameen explained : "The passage of 11 years since the regime ousted in Iraq is a sufficient period to let everyone participate in the elections and state institutions , adding that even in systems that have preceded us, depriving supporters of the former regime did not last more than how long it took in Iraq , for example, - he said -in Russia when regime changed in October 1917, the followers pro- Tsarist system did not been deprived of their rights in elections more than two terms only then returned to them all their political rights.
Even though Putin has not yet officially declared the annexation of Crimea to Russia, we are aware that the political and cultural ties connecting the peoples who founded the Soviet Union have all contributed to Russian identity since the revolution in October 1917.
The Russian Tsarist government was a minor party to the SykesaACAoPicot agreement, and when, following the Russian Revolution of October 1917, the Bolsheviks exposed the agreement, 'the British were embarrassed, the Arabs dismayed and the Turks delighted.
He was 41 when killed at Passchendaele in October 1917, one of 13 All Blacks to lose their lives.
A few years ago, the restless European intellectual Slavoj Zizek made a similar point when he noted: "One cannot separate the unique constellation which enabled the revolutionary takeover in October 1917 from its later Stalinist turn: The very constellation that rendered the revolution possible (peasants' dissatisfaction, a well-organized revolutionary elite, etc.
His final escape attempt was in October 1917 and, although he did not record how he managed to leave the camp, he explained that he managed to board a train to Dortmund.
Second Lt Charles Henry Coverdale, who won his medal in Belgium in October 1917, is buried in Edgerton Cemetery.
For Hobsbawm, the October 1917 Revolution remained the focal "point of his political universe.
Yet, the historical evidence is beyond dispute - Lenin's seizure of power in October 1917 prevented Russia's emergence as a constitutional democracy in succession to Tsarist autocracy.
book implies that Greeves has more than one (and that Greeves gained it between the last few days of October 1917 and 31 December 1917); this will be considered later.
Harper Wade, "French-Canadians," Canadian Churchman, 23 August 1917, 544, 20 September 1917, 609-10, and 4 October 1917, 641; A.
During the four years following the October 1917 collapse of the Russian Provisional Government, seven major political groups and/or governments claimed political authority in the Ukrainian provinces of the Russian Empire and this political fluidity has been blamed for producing a lack of able administrators, without which Ukraine was unable to achieve independence during those years.
The three children claimed to have been visited by a Marian apparition six times between May and October 1917.
Sources vary to exact numbers, but Colt furnished more than 150,000 to the US Government in 14 months between October 1917 and December 1918.