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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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They have no documents from the early Soviet revolution to prove that they are Jewish.
The dictionary as a whole exhibits a socialist and social-democratic perspective, which is evident in the treatment of such "isms" as McCarthyism in the United States and, in the Soviet Union, Proletkultism (proletarian devotion), regarded in the early days of the Soviet revolution as "the most universal and global of cultures." These entries describe with mixed results the riffs and schisms imposed by ideological thought and utopian goals.
1917 Russia Soviet Revolution: The October revolution saw the Bolsheviks seize power from the provisional government.
Alexy II was a unifying Orthodox figure, who helped engineer a union with a branch of the Russian Orthodox church that separated from Moscow-based church authorities after the 1917 Soviet revolution.
The French Revolution, the Soviet Revolution, say anything -- the Intifada -- The post election riots in Kenya and it's aftermath insecurity with all the impacts on the innocent citizens', theirs lives and their properties, the least to say C*C*otherwise we are heading towards a real Rwanda -- Burundi or frankly another Somalia.
Berkman's pamphlet had inoculated Bell against any temptation to join so many others of his generation in venerating the Soviet revolution.
Although Dr Shepherd does not say so, this was an attempt to introduce a 'soviet' into English affairs, which, if it had been taken up by other authorities, would have meant a, hopefully, benign Soviet revolution. One is not surprised that the Lloyd George coalition government was flinty in its response.
Izvestia is one of the country's oldest newspapers, established in 1918 immediately after the Soviet revolution. It has a strong reputa- tion for reliable and serious stories on politics, the economy and everyday life.
A strong dislike for Soviet communism was an American journalistic instinct that went back to the reporting on the Soviet revolution and the civil war that followed.
It should be remembered that following the 1917 Soviet revolution, ballet in Russia slowly descended into choreographic chaos.
Stalin, turning his back on the international aspirations of the Soviet revolution, by extremely authoritarian means put in place an autarkic, non-capitalist, command economy.
In India, Jawaharlal Nehru proclaimed that "the Soviet Revolution had advanced human society by a great leap and had lit a bright flame which could not be smothered and that it laid the foundation for a new civilization toward which the world could advance." At least India's leaders were committed to democracy.