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How did Russia’s withdrawal affect the German war effort?

Eric Morgan

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William Cain on October 29, 2018

AnswerThe Bolsheviks took power in Russia of Vladimir Lenen. There was a peace treaty between Russia and Germany. Germany was now able to focus only on the western front.ExplanationThe Bolsheviks were members of the sailing of the Russian social democratic workers party, led by Vladimir Lenin, took control of the government in Russia. It was mainly the workers in a democracy internal hierarchy governed by the principle of democratic centralism, who considered themselves as the leaders of the revolution of the working class of Russia. The end of the war, Lenin was committed to put an end to the war, to give land to the peasants, to give workers control of the factories, to take control of the banks and to give power to the soviets (councils of workers and soldiers set up throughout Russia.

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