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October Revolution,

1917, in Russian history: see Russian RevolutionRussian Revolution,
violent upheaval in Russia in 1917 that overthrew the czarist government. Causes

The revolution was the culmination of a long period of repression and unrest.
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Charushin did not welcome the revolution of October 1917: he viewed the Bolsheviks as demagogues who sowed discord instead of building workable solutions.
Everyone in a position of authority in the program knew the urgency of producing the DH--9/USD-9/USD-9A and worked toward that goal from the time the decision to temporarily build the DH--4 was made in October 1917, until the end of the war.
This year we celebrate the joining of the rails that occurred on 17 October 1917, connecting Western Australia by rail with the rest of the country and the AdelaideTarcoola re-railing upgrade will continue that legacy of investment in the Trans-Australian Railway, Mr Ramsey said.
|| Women workers, Two bay, Neptune Shell Shop, October 1917 (TWAM)
King George V presented Cpl Davies' 11-year-old son, William John, with his father's VC in October 1917. For years, a painted portrait of Cpl Davies was on the wall of the Berwyn centre, but it was lost when the centre was demolished.
Died of wounds received in action 4th October 1917."
The organ of the JSF, the Naye velt (New World), described in October 1917 the growth of antisemitism in America: "Before America joined the war, antisemitism remained hidden ...
THE REVOLUTION IS STILL WITH US A century ago, the Russian uprising of October 1917 defined the world order we know now, in which the struggle between individual and collective, capital and welfare, identity and authority continues to rage in new and unexpected ways.
However, this analysis far from exhausts all the subtleties surrounding the October 1917 debate within socialist parties.
Synopsis: One hundred years ago, "October 1917" galvanized leftists and oppressed peoples around the globe, and became the lodestar for 20th century politics.
He showed great bravery at the Battle of Poelcapelle, Belgium, in October 1917. William Milne, from Cambusnethan.