Nationalizing the land and banks, rumored ties to German intelligence – the Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin has sat down with the Russian Telegraph to discuss some of the burning issues in 1917 Russia.
After a perilous journey through hostile Germany and then Sweden, Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin finally returns to Russia from exile to give the Revolution new momentum. RT’s #1917LIVE brings you the latest from 100 years ago.
Everybody’s got to relax sometimes, and Lenin is no exception. He’s been tweeting his journey so prolifically that he’s often forgotten to live a little. But he also reads the news, floods comrades with memes and dreams of South America.
Many are caught unawares by the Revolution. Others have been preparing for months. Some are vocal bystanders, others wield immense power. Which are you? RT’s #1917LIVE project puts the immersive character experience at our users’ fingertips.
Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin, rushing to join the Russian Revolution, arrives in Stockholm after passing through hostile Germany. Follow his momentous trip with #1917LIVE and the real-time #LeninTracker.