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1 message, as my guide said: "The Bolsheviks could not tolerate an independent Georgia on its border, " and neither can the Kremlin today.
2 innocent world of “Swallows and Amazons” stands in stark contrast to Ransome’s earlier incarnation as a British spy and apologist for the Bolsheviks.
3 Nicholas and his family were arrested by the Bolsheviks, who were then engaged in a struggle with the Mensheviks, or Whites, for control of Russia following the country's collapse during World War I.
4 In the end, the Bolsheviks were to march their starving, despondent, war-weary people into modernity at the point of a gun.
5 In the case of the Bolsheviks, this would have meant such neighbours (Ger - many in particular) having their own revolutions, too.
6 Although the Bolsheviks originally planned to put Nicholas on trial for crimes against the Russian people, the sudden approach of White troops caused the Red Guard to panic.
7 His links with the Bolsheviks did not pass unnoticed in London and in 1918 he was formally recruited into MI6.
8 We should learn the wisdom of the Bolsheviks.
9 We know what the Bolsheviks are capable of and how they know how to be cruel,' said Churchill.
10 The church accused Tolstoy of helping speed the rise of the Bolsheviks.
11 This account of the early history of the idea of democratic centralism is both informative and sensitive to the historical predicament of the Bolsheviks at that time.
12 Inspired by the economic theories of Karl Marx, the Bolsheviks sought to smash capitalism.
13 Finally, the Bolsheviks signed an armistice with Germany.
14 July days, of which I will say later, the streets of the capital teemed with slander against the Bolsheviks.
15 After the July days, of which I will say later, the streets of the capital teemed with slander against the bolsheviks.
16 Communist Party (Bolsheviks) launched a campaign to expel old intellectuals after careful preparation.
17 Failing to receive any response to these moves the Bolsheviks opened separate peace negotiation with Germany.
18 Then the outbreak of the Russian Revolution resulted in Harbin becoming a refuge for those fleeing the Bolsheviks.
19 For as a direct result of their failure to come out for land confiscation, the Social Revolutionary party lost the support of the peasantry and collapsed before the Bolsheviks who took power.
20 first story this Jersey refugee wrote for the Herald featured a Cuban refugee whose Russian parents had fled the Bolsheviks to settle in Havana in 1918.
21 His father was a democrat in czarist Russia, and he was quite a reformer. At the time that the Bolsheviks took over in 1919, there was a brief window of time prior to the family's flight.
22 Seeing the victories of the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution and the resulting Russian Civil War, many workers and activists turned to communist parties which grew at the expense of anarchism and other socialist movements.
23 She was twelve at the time of the February Revolution of 1917, during which she favored Alexander Kerensky over Tsar Nicholas II. The subsequent October Revolution and the rule of the Bolsheviks under Vladimir Lenin disrupted the life the family had previously enjoyed.
24 The pigs' appropriation of milk and apples for their own use, "the turning point of the story" as Orwell termed it in a letter to Dwight Macdonald, stands as an analogy for the crushing of the left-wing 1921 Kronstadt revolt against the Bolsheviks, and the difficult efforts of the animals to build the windmill suggest the various Five Year Plans.
25 The national Army of Azerbaijan was abolished by the Bolshevik government, 15 of the 21 army generals were executed by the Bolsheviks.
26 During his speech, Solzhenitsyn compared Lenin's Bolsheviks with the Jacobin Party during the French Revolution.
27 He also compared the Vendean rebels with the Russian, Ukrainian, and Cossack peasants who rebelled against the Bolsheviks, saying that both were destroyed mercilessly by revolutionary despotism.
28 Solzhenitsyn gave a speech to AFL–CIO in Washington, D.C., on 30 June 1975 in which he mentioned how the system created by the Bolsheviks in 1917 caused dozens of problems in the Soviet Union.
29 On 7 November, his government was overthrown by the Lenin-led Bolsheviks in the October Revolution.
30 He then soon became a significant Duma member of the Progressive Block, which included several Socialist Parties, Mensheviks, and Liberals - but not the Bolsheviks.