Vladimir Lenin and Communism Approach
Vladimir Illich Ulyanov - A Russian revolutionary, politician, and political theorist
Vladimir Illich Ulyanov (later known as Lenin) was born in Simbirsk, Russia, on 10th April, 1870.
His father, Ilya Ulyanov, a former science teacher, had recently become a local schools inspector.
He held conservative views and was a devout member of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Lenin had two older siblings, Anna (born 1864) and Alexander (born 1868).
They were followed by three more children, Olga (born 1871), Dmitry (born 1874), and Maria (born 1878).
His mother, Maria Blank Ulyanov, had a German grandmother, and according to Maria Ulyanov, the children were "reared to a certain degree in German traditions".
Maria was largely self-educated and taught herself German, French and English.
She helped Vladimir with his studies and taught him to read and gave him piano lessons.
He later gave this up as he thought playing the piano was "an unbecoming occupation for boys".Lenin's new regime issued a series of decrees, the first of which was a Decree on Land; drawing heavily upon the Socialist-Revolutionary Party's platform, it declared that the landed estates owned by the aristocracy and the Russian Orthodox Church should be confiscated, taken into national ownership, and then...
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