The Great 20th-Century Event that Changed the World:Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and the Russian Revolution of November 7-8, 1917.: SHORT STORY # 28. Nonfict by Alla P. Gakuba

The Great 20th-Century Event that Changed the World:Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and the Russian…

byAlla P. Gakuba

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The greatest event of the 20th century was the Russian revolution of November 6-7, 1917.

The architect of the Russian Revolution was Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, he changed the world into 2

systems: capitalism and socialism.

Lenin’s socialism and the Russian Revolution’s many decrees reverberated across the world and changed the lives of every person on this planet as we know it today: equal opportunity for all; women were equal to men in voting, in education, and in work; 4-month maternity leaves and free child care for women, as well as the rights to have abortions; free health care; free education for all citizens; labor laws (8-hour workday), and minimum wages; prohibition of child labor; no dangerous working conditions; sick leaves; 2–4 weeks of vacation time; Medicare, pensions and benefits; and many more.

 

Who was Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, whose pseudonym was Lenin? Why do the Russians worship him, and why does the world admire his genius? How and why he changed the world? Answers are located in this story.

Title:The Great 20th-Century Event that Changed the World:Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and the Russian…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 4, 2016Publisher:Know-How SkillsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943131589

ISBN - 13:9781943131587

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