• October Revolution - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_Revolution The October Revolution (also known as the Bolshevik Coup, the Bolshevik Revolution, the October Uprising, the October Coup or Red October) was a revolution in Russia led by the Bolshevik Party of Vladimir Lenin that was instrumental in the larger Russian Revolution of 1917–1923.
  • October Revolution | Russian history | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/topic/October-Revolution-Russian-history October Revolution, (Oct. 24–25 [Nov. 6–7, New Style], 1917), the second and last major phase of the Russian Revolution of 1917, in which the Bolshevik Party seized power in Russia, inaugurating the Soviet regime. See Russian Revolution of
  • Russian Revolution - Causes, Timeline & Definition - HISTORY

    www.history.com/topics/russia/russian-revolution Bolshevik Revolution . On November 6 and 7, 1917 (or October 24 and 25 on the Julian calendar, which is why the event is often referred to as the October Revolution), leftist revolutionaries led ...
  • October Revolution | Encyclopedia.com

    www.encyclopedia.com/history/modern-europe/.../october-revolution OCTOBER REVOLUTION. During the October 1917 Russian Revolution, the liberal, western-oriented Provisional Government headed by Alexander Kerensky, which was established following the February 1917 Russian Revolution that overthrew Tsar Nicholas II, was removed and replaced by the first Soviet government headed by Vladimir Lenin.The October Revolution began in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg ...
  • October Revolution - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_Revolution The October Revolution was a revolution in Russia that started on 1917 November 7 (October 25 o.s.).The Bolsheviks were led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and Leon Trotsky.They overthrew the previous Russian Provisional Government led by Alexander Kerensky.. The Bolsheviks faced little or no opposition. The insurrection was timed and organized to hand state power to the Second All-Russian Congress ...
  • The October Revolution - Alpha History

    alphahistory.com/russianrevolution/october-revolution A rare photograph of the guards inside the Winter Palace, shortly before the October Revolution. The Bolshevik revolution was started by Kerensky rather than by a bold order given by Lenin or Trotsky. In the early hours of October 24th, Kerensky ordered troops loyal to the government – by this stage a regiment of cadets and reservists – to ...
  • October Revolution | Military Wiki | Fandom

    military.wikia.org/wiki/October_Revolution The October revolution of 1917 also marks the inception of the first communist government in Russia, and thus the first large-scale socialist state in world history. After this Russia became the Russian SFSR and later part of the USSR, which dissolved in late 1991.
  • The Russian Revolution (1917–1918): The October Revolution ...

    www.sparknotes.com/history/european/russianrev/section5 The October Revolution Summary The October Revolution. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Events; August 31, 1917. Bolsheviks achieve majority in the Petrograd Soviet. September 5. Bolsheviks achieve majority in the Moscow Soviet. October 10. Lenin and the Bolshevik Central Committee decide to proceed with revolution. October 23 ...
  • Russian battleship Gangut (1911) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_Revolution_(battleship) October Revolution: Acquired: November 1917: Renamed: 27 June 1925: Reclassified: 24 July 1954: Stricken: 17 February 1956: Honors and awards: Order of the Red Banner 22 July 1944: General characteristics (as built) Class and type: Gangut-class battleship: Displacement: 24,800 tonnes (24,400 long tons; 27,300 short tons) Length: 181.2 m (594 ft ...
  • Russian Revolution | Definition, Causes, Summary, History ...

    www.britannica.com/event/Russian-Revolution Russian Revolution, two revolutions in 1917, the first of which, in February (March, New Style), overthrew the imperial government and the second of which, in October (November), placed the Bolsheviks in power, leading to the creation of the Soviet Union. Learn more about the Russian Revolution in this article.