Our services: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT,  WEB DEVELOPMENT, DATABASE DESIGN and ADMINISTRATION, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING SOFTWARE, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING WEB SITES, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING DATABASE, GRAPHIC DESIGN – LOGOS, BANNERS, ICONS…, PHOTOGRAPHY: SHOOTING PHOTOS, IMPROVING AND RETOUCHING, VIDEO PRODUCTION: RECORDING VIDEOS, CREATE MOVIES, PUBLISHING, SEO – SEARCH ENGINES OPTIMISATION, SOCIAL NETWORKS – POSTS ON TWITTER, GOOGLE+, FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN.

           Search  Search  

Video. The Internationale - Communist World Anthem

+ 31 PHOTOS
  More Most Popular on Internet ... 

  SoftFern.com on Twitter   SoftFern.com on YouTube   SoftFern.com on flickr   SoftFern.com on Pinterest
SoftFern.com on Facebook   SoftFern.com on Google+   SoftFern.com on Tumblr   SoftFern.com on LinkedIn



Our services: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT,  WEB DEVELOPMENT, DATABASE DESIGN and ADMINISTRATION, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING SOFTWARE, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING WEB SITES, ENHANCEMENT of EXISTING DATABASE, GRAPHIC DESIGN – LOGOS, BANNERS, ICONS…, PHOTOGRAPHY: SHOOTING PHOTOS, IMPROVING AND RETOUCHING, VIDEO PRODUCTION: RECORDING VIDEOS, CREATE MOVIES, PUBLISHING, SEO – SEARCH ENGINES OPTIMISATION, SOCIAL NETWORKS – POSTS ON TWITTER, GOOGLE+, FACEBOOK, LINKEDIN.


Free wallpapers of the hottest girls of the 2014 Winter Olympics

Complete guide for Euro 2012’, about 300 hundred pages filled with comprehensive information about Euro 2012


Euro 12 - teams, managers, players, fixtures, referees, the brand new ‘Tango 12’ Adidas ball and much, much more. Few hundreds amazing photos.


E-books, free e-books, Euro 2012 e-books


Auckland events in photos at bonanz.com


1 500 photos of fun-run 'Ports of Auckland Round the Bays 2012' at bonanz.com


Ocean swim - more than 1 500 photos of State King of the Bays

 

SoftFern.com Forums BonaNZ.com forums

SoftFern.com Forums - articles, news, links 

 

BonaNZ.com Forums - articles, news, links 


Photos of State King of the Bays event at bonanz.com


‘Complete guide for Euro 2012’: Given profile all 368 footballers with their photos.
 
 


‘Complete guide for Euro 2012’: Read about star players of each squad. Find out who is the key player of each team. What Pele expects of Euro 2012?



‘Complete guide for Euro 2012’: Compare annual salary of coaches participating in the Euro-2012 - and how it happened that the team of the most paid coach finished the last in their group?




‘Complete guide for Euro 2012’: Euro 2012 footballers: who are the most expensive players? Who are the Rising stars at Euro 2012?



E-books, free e-books, Euro 2012 e-books
 
  
 Popularity 
 Rating: 4      Rate this article   107 
 15 Nov 2017

The Internationale - Communist World Anthem

31 PHOTOS

 




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem


In the memory of the Great October Socialist Revolution November 1917 – November 2017.



The epochal struggle between the proletariat and the bourgeoisie was first defined by Marx and Engels. In their Communist Manifesto published in 1848 they gave analysis of the era of free competition capitalism. The Europe of 19th century raised a series of historic events: the workers’ uprisings in 1848, Marxs thoroughgoing critique of capitalism, the International Workingmen´s Association, the Paris Commune of 1871 as prototype of the proletarian dictatorship, the Second International and the rise of Marxism as the main trend in the European working class movement at the of the 19th century.

Lenin extended and developed the theory and practice of Marxism further: to the stage of Marxism-Leninism in the era of modern imperialism and proletarian revolution. He made significant contributions to Marxist philosophy, political economy and social science. He upheld, defended and advanced the revolutionary essence of Marxism.

Vladimir Lenin created the Communist Party of Russia – the party of a new type. He was in the head of Bolsheviks in the overthrow of Tsarism in Russia in February of 1917 and then in the overthrow of the bourgeois Kerensky government on October 25, 1917.
By 1917, most Russians had lost faith in the leadership ability of the czarist regime. Government corruption was rampant, the Russian economy remained backward and Czar Nicholas II had repeatedly dissolved the Dumas, the Russian parliamentary groups established to placate the masses after the Revolution of 1905, each time they opposed his will. But the immediate cause of the February Revolution—the first phase of the more sweeping Russian Revolution of 1917—was Russia’s disastrous involvement in World War I. Militarily, imperial Russia was no match for industrialized Germany. Russian troops were shockingly ill-equipped for fighting, and Russian casualties were greater than those sustained by any nation in any previous war. Meanwhile, the Russian economy was hopelessly disrupted by the costly war effort, and moderates joined Russian radical elements in calling for the overthrow of the czar.

On March 8, 1917, demonstrators clamoring for bread took to the streets of the Russian capital of Petrograd. Supported by 90,000 men and women on strike, the protesters clashed with police, refusing to leave the streets. On March 10, the strike spread among Petrograd’s workers, and irate mobs of workers destroyed police stations. Several factories elected deputies to the Petrograd Soviet (“council) of workers, following the model devised during the Revolution of 1905.

On March 11, the troops of the Petrograd army garrison were called out to quell the uprising. In some encounters, regiments opened fire, killing demonstrators, but the protesters kept to the streets, and the troops began to waver. That day, Nicholas again dissolved the Dumas. When the frustrated Russian army at Petrograd unexpectedly switched their support to the demonstrators, the imperial government was forced to resign and a provisional government was established. Three days later, Nicholas formally abdicated his throne, effectively ending nearly four centuries of czarist rule in Russia.

The October Revolution

October 10th: October Revolution begins. The Bolshevik Central Committee declares that “an armed uprising is inevitable”. The Petrograd Soviet creates Military Revolutionary Committee (MRC).

October 10th-23rd: Petrograd Soviet and Bolsheviks pass motions for the seizure of power and debate the means by which this should be achieved.

October 23rd: Bolsheviks lead an uprising in Tallinn, Estonia.

October 24th: Provisional Government troops attempt to close Bolshevik printing presses, prompting the MRC to act.

October 25th: Lenin announces that the Bolsheviks have seized power and calls for preparations for a Soviet government. Menshevik and moderate SR delegates walk out of the Congress of Soviets.

October 26th: The MRC arrests Provisional Government members in the Winter Palace, except for Kerensky, who has fled.

October 26th: Eighteen hours after seizing power, Lenin issues the Decree on Land, calling for the abolition of private ownership, and the Decree on Peace, urging an immediate ceasefire and treaty.

November 3rd: Bolshevik Red Guards win control of Moscow after a week of bitter fighting.

November 10th: The new government abolishes all tsarist ranks, titles and privileges.

November 12th: Elections for the Constituent Assembly commence. These elections take a week to complete and produce a voter turnout of 44 million people.

November 19th: A Bolshevik delegation begins peace negotiations with German officers at Brest-Litovsk.

December: The Bolsheviks introduce reforms to private property ownership, marriage and divorce laws, and the legal status of women.

December 2nd: The new government forms the Vesenkha, the Supreme Soviet of the National Economy.

December 7th: Lenin decrees the formation of the CHEKA, a small agency led by Dzerzhinsky and tasked with combating counter-revolutionary activity. It begins with 26 agents.

December 9th: Members of the Left SRs are admitted to Sovnarkom, the executive government body of the new government.

Lenin was founder of the first long living socialist state on one-sixth of the surface of the earth. The most crucial element in socialism is the class dictatorship of the proletariat defeating that of the bourgeoisie and nationalizing the land and strategic industries, despite the vestiges of feudalism and medievalism, the exigencies of civil war and resistance to foreign intervention and transitory measures like “war communism” and the New Economic Policy.

Even while he was preoccupied with the immediate tasks of consolidating the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Lenin paid attention to the prospective stage of socialist construction and the promotion of the world proletarian revolution through the Third International or the Comintern against the rule of the monopoly bourgeoisie. After the death of Lenin in 1924, Stalin followed up the New Economic Policy with full scale socialist industrialization and the collectivization and mechanization of agriculture and expanded the work of the Third International, especially to the colonies and semi-colonies where the bourgeois democratic and socialist stages of revolution are well defined.

As a pioneering socialist country, the Soviet Union demonstrated how in so short a time through a series of five-year economic and related plans, the proletariat, peasants and other working people could lift themselves up politically, economically, socially and culturally.


Czar Nicholas II of Russia

Czar Nicholas II of Russia




Lenin extended and developed the theory and practice of Marxism further: to the stage of Marxism-Leninism in the era of modern imperialism.

Lenin extended and developed the theory and practice of Marxism further: to the stage of Marxism-Leninism in the era of modern imperialism.




October 1917, Petrograd Soviet and Bolsheviks preparing to the military actions.

October 1917, Petrograd Soviet and Bolsheviks preparing to the military actions.




October 10th: October Revolution begins.

October 10th: October Revolution begins.




Czar’s family - all five children Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei.

Czar’s family - all five children Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei.




Bolshevik Red Guards win control of Petrograd.

Bolshevik Red Guards win control of Petrograd.




Red Army troops – fighting with Kornilov and Kaledin.

Red Army troops – fighting with Kornilov and Kaledin.




Flag of the Russian Empire.

Flag of the Russian Empire.




Bolshevik Red Guards.

Bolshevik Red Guards.




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





Bolshevik Red Guards.

Bolshevik Red Guards.




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





With machine gun ‘Maxim’

With machine gun ‘Maxim’




Red Guards preparing for the October Revolution.

Red Guards preparing for the October Revolution.




Poster of the February revolution.

Poster of the February revolution.




Leon Trotsky served as People

Leon Trotsky served as People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs and later as the founder and commander of the Red Army.




Poster – about creation of the Soviet Federation Republic.

Poster – about creation of the Soviet Federation Republic.




Leon Trotsky in Mexico after being thrown from USSR by Stalin.

Leon Trotsky in Mexico after being thrown from USSR by Stalin.




February 1917.

February 1917.




Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Tsarina Alexandra and their sun Alexei.

Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Tsarina Alexandra and their sun Alexei.




Poster from the period of the Russian Civil War, October 1920.

Poster from the period of the Russian Civil War, October 1920.




One of the offices of the Provisional Government members in the Winter Palace.

One of the offices of the Provisional Government members in the Winter Palace.




Red October.

Red October.




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





Poster – vote for the Socialist-Revolutionary Party (S-R).

Poster – vote for the Socialist-Revolutionary Party (S-R).




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





Lenin with his comrads.

Lenin with his comrads.




Eventually, on 21 August 1940 Leon Trotsky, co-leader of the Russian Revolutionwas murdered by one of Stalin’s agents.

Eventually, on 21 August 1940 Leon Trotsky, co-leader of the Russian Revolutionwas murdered by one of Stalin’s agents.




The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





The Internationale -  Communist World Anthem





  
  More similar links:

The Internationale - Communist World Anthem

31 PHOTOS


Why Putin divorced his wife. First version – home routine.

12 PHOTOS


Video. Wimbledon 2015 women's singles final. Serena Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza. 1st set.

41 PHOTOS


Wimbledon 2015. Men Singles. Final. Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer. 1st set.

17 PHOTOS


New Zealand is No 4 among the happiest, richest and healthiest countries.

32 PHOTOS


SoftFern - Marketing Research Survey

9 PHOTOS


Watch video: Wimbledon 2015 women's singles final. Serena Williams vs. Garbine Muguruza. 2nd set.

21 PHOTOS


 
    
 Rate this article from 1 to 5 

     
             
              
        Add comment
Your name:
Your comment:
                      
 Tags: SoftFern News, The Internationale, Communist World Anthem, Great October Socialist Revolution, Red October, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, Stalin, Aleksandr Kerensky, Czar Nicholas II, Duma, The Russian Civil War, the Red Army, Communist Manifesto, Marxism, Bolshevik, Dzerzhinsky, Third International
   More Most Popular on Internet ...
 


  Home page Weird We sell Programming Windows
  News Our Photos Photoshop and Photography SQL server Microsoft Office
  Tech News Our Portfolio iPad Misc Web sites development
  Videos Archive Androids Graphic design Software development
  Auckland and New Zealand About Us Tablet PCs CD/DVD presentation Play games online
  Football Contact us Round the Bays 2012 photos Ocean Swim 2012 photos Auckland Events
  Sport Our Portfolio Stock Images Stock Photos Links Exchange
  Hot Girls Our clients On Twitter Add link Site Map
  Our Twitters’ gadget Site Map Google+ Site Grid Poklonskaya.info
  Health and Beauty Site Grid Pinterest Natalia Poklonskaya.info Soft Fern forums
  Misc News Web pages Facebook Photos, images Hair & Beauty
  On YouTube CD/DVD presentaton Tumblr Daily Motion Flickr
  YouTube - 2 Graphics LinkedIn Live Journal Stumble Upon
  Vimeo - videos Tutorials - Videos Tutorials - Weird Most Popular on Internet Yahts, boats, Tall Ships

SoftFern (New Zealand LTD). 
Design and development by SoftFern 2003 - 2014 Graphics supplied by BonaNZ.com