The U.S. and The Bolshevik Revolution

The U.S. And The Bolshevik Revolution

The Bolshevik Revolution (led by Lenin) was the key event that pitted the United States and the Soviet Union against each other for the next seventy years. It was the foundation for a face off between the two nations that would emerge as the world's superpowers.

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