The Earlier History of the U S.S.R

The Soviet Union took its origin in the October Revolution of 1917, when the Bolsheviks led by Vladimir Lenin occupied the Russian Provisional Government which had replaced Tsar Nicholas II during World War I. In 1922, the Soviet Union was formed by the Treaty on the Creation of the USSR which legalized the unification. The history of the U.S.S.R is able to written in golden words. Here is great effort for power between majority and minority.

The USSR was the successor to the Russian Empire of the tesars. After the 1917 revolution, four specialist republics were established on the region of the former Empire; the Russian and the Transcaucasian Soviet federated socialist republics and the Ukrainian and Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republics.

The Soviet Union took its origin in the October Revolution of 1917, when the Bolsheviks led by Vladimir Lenin overthrew the Russian provisional Government which had replaced Tsar Nicholas ll during World War 1. The Soviet Union which was formed by the Treaty in 1922, legalized the Unification.

The history of Soviet Union and Soviet Russia shows an era of change for both Russia and the world. The primary concept of the state was based on the works of Karl Marks and Friedrich Engels. Marks theory stated that economic and political systems went through a great change in forms, by which the present capitalist state before achieving international cooperation and peace in a “Worker’s Paradise” crating a system guided by what Marks called “Pure Communism”.

Russia was not pleased by the few changes made by the Tsar after the Russian revolution of 1905, as a result Russia became hotbed of anarchism, socialism and other radical political systems.

In 1903, due to clashes between Bolsheviks and Mensheviks thought split the party for its final time. These groups not only fight with each other but also had common enemies who were trying to bring the Tsar back to power. After the February revolution the Mensheviks occupied Russia and established a provisional government, but only for few months, until the Bolsheviks gained power in the October revolution that is also known as the great October socialist revolution.

Major events of this era contain

World War ll

Collapse of the Soviet Union

Operation Barbarossa

Battle of Stalingrad

 Afghan War

Cold War

National Defence Education Act

Treaty of Versailles

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