1917 Russian Revolution painting by Vladimir Serov - "V. I. Lenin Proclaims Soviet Power"

1917 Russia Revolution - Vladimir Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik Party, addresses a crowd of revolting soldiers, sailors, and workers in Petrograd.

Lenin with His Cat, Speaking to an American Journalist in the Kremlin, 1920

Lenin with His Cat, Speaking to an American Journalist in the Kremlin, 1920 [468x631]

Lenin with His Cat, Speaking to an American Journalist in the Kremlin, Communist mastermind and cat lover.

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (Владимир Ильич Ленин), born 22 April 1870, died 21 January 1924.  Russian Marxist revolutionary and politician who lead the Bolsheviks to revolution in 1917, and assumed leadership in the Soviet state from 1917 until his death in 1924.  Creator of Marxism-Leninism, the pragmatic Russian political philosophy of Communism.

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (born 22 April died 21 January Russian Marxist revolutionary and politician who lead the Bolsheviks to revolution in and assumed leadership in the Soviet state from 1917 until his death in

Vladimir Lenin

This is a group of ten of the most famous assassination attempts. While several on the list eventually were killed, they thwarted an initial attack (or two

May 1919, Lenin, delivers a speech during the parade of the general training troops. Lenin led in October 1917 the communist revolution, founded the Soviet armed forces, the Red Army, and became head of the first Soviet government.

May Lenin, delivers a speech during the parade of the general training troops. Lenin led in October 1917 the communist revolution, founded the Soviet armed forces, the Red Army, and became head of the first Soviet government.

Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924)

Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924)

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