Vladimir Lenin died from syphilis, new research claims Vladimir Lenin, the Russian revolutionary and architect of the Soviet Union, died from syphilis caught from a Parisian prostitute and not from a stroke as has always been believed, new research has claimed.
Leninism is the body of political theory, developed by and named after the Russian revolutionary and later Soviet premier Vladimir Lenin, for the democratic organisation of a revolutionary vanguard party and the achievement of a dictatorship of the proletariat, as political prelude to the establishment of socialism.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: In 1904 he "devoted several months to the writing of One Step Forward Two Steps Back (The Crisis in Our Party), making a careful study of the minutes and resolutions of the Second Party Congress, of the speeches of each of the delegates and the political groupings at the Congress." Click to read his writing.
Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow serves as the current resting place of Vladimir Lenin. His embalmed body has been on public display there since the year he died in 1924. The corps requires daily work to moisturize the features & inject preservatives under the clothes. His sarcophagus is kept at a temperature of 61 °F & kept at a humidity of 80-90%. Every 18 months the corpse is removed to undergo a special chemical bath. Visitors are not allowed to take photos or video, talk or smoke in the…
Vladimir Lenin’s body. The embalmed body of the great socialist hero is on view in his famous mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square. Nearly a century after his death, people wait in long lines every day to see him, free of charge.