May 21, 2022

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin (Russian: Владимир Ильич Ульянов Ленин |Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin|) was born on April 22, 1870 and died on January 21, 1924). He was a Russian revolutionary, the leader of the Bolshevik Party and the Socialist Socialist Labor Party, and the founder of the Leninist political doctrine. Lenin raised the slogan "Land, Bread and Peace". He was the first president of the Soviet Union after the Bolshevik Revolution, which he led in 1917.


I was born and raised in Simbirsk 'Симби́рск' (now Ulyanovsk 'Улья́новск') in Russia, his father worked in the public sector. Lenin graduated from the Faculty of Law, and after taking the license that allowed him to work as a lawyer, he focused on the revolutionary work and preferred to study Marxism, communism, socialism and political theories in Saint Petersburg. On December 7, 1895, he was arrested and imprisoned for a year and then exiled to Siberia, where a large number of intellectuals and politicians were exiled, whether they were supporters of liberalism, communism or socialism, as all of them were hostile to the tsarist regime at the time. While in exile, he married a socialist woman named Nadezhda Krupskaya in July 1898. After that, in April, he wrote his first book, "The Development of Capitalism in Russia", and then returned to Russia and published a socialist journal called "Iskra" and preferred to write books encouraging revolutionary work. Lenin chose him in 1903, to remain the leader of the Bolshevik Party, and after that, in 1906, they chose him to remain the head of the Socialist Socialist Labor Party. He went to other European countries, and a year later he was forced to leave Russia for security reasons, and he went to Finland, where he continued his work in politics, speeches, and seminars that encouraged Revolutionary, socialism and communism work and preferred to be in contact with the party and cooperate with it, which is Russia. When the Russian revolution arose and they overthrew Czar Nicholas II, Lenin returned from Switzerland to Russia on April 16, 1917, and issued a new journal called “Pravda” or “April Thesis” in which he published his ideas on the political management of Russia. Lenin returned to Finland again when the workers' revolution failed in July 1917, which was against the provisional government that was ruling its time, and after that he returned again and launched an armed revolution against the "Kerinsky" provisional government. In October 1917, the revolution that became known as the Bolshevik Revolution or the October Revolution, at that time the Bolshevik Party took control of the country and Lenin held power.

His wisdom

Lenin held power and the First World War was still on, and Russia lost a large part of its western lands in the war, and he knew Russia was going to get the least possible losses, and a major civil war took place in Russia between the Communist Bolsheviks