Czar Nicholas II out powered in Russia and the Bolsheviks gain power after the October Revolution. Romanav dynasty Emperor Nicholas II with his family including son Alexis and his four daughters and his wife at his palace in Moscow. Czar Nicholas II and his courtiers review troops of Russian Cossack soldiers at his palace for the last time. Czar's Russian soldiers march across frozen and snow-covered battlefields. Wounded Russian soldiers return to their villages from World War 1. Soldiers see the starving Russian citizens and begin to mutiny and the front and stop fighting. View of Alexander Kerensky with a crowd after he comes to power in Russia in February 1917 revolution and soon after the Bolsheviks gain rule of Russia in October Revolution. Parade of people and soldiers with pro Bolshevik signs and banners during the revolution. Russian soldiers of the Red Army parade with Commander Leon Trotsky at Red Square in Moscow. A famine strikes Russia and people struggel during the famine. View of snow covered streets and Russian citizens struggling with famine. Young children and orphans are fed at group tables assembled outside on a snowy plaza. Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin seen at his desk in his office in the Kremlin, talking. View of Lenin's wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya, taking notes.
Russian movie depiction of the storming of the Romanoff's winter palace during the 1917 revolution in Russia.(This is a fictional event that never occurred.) Scene shifts to election campaigning on a street in Moscow, in conjunction with the November 25th elections arranged by political leader Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky. Bolshevik leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin is seen with several comrades. A truck carrying Bolsheviks with a banner drives on a street, as a pedestrian gives it a dismissive wave. (Bolsheviks lost the election to the Socialist Revolutionary Party, or SR.) Soviet troops loyal to Leon Trotsky march in the street. View of elected members from the Russian assembly in their meeting place. Catherine Breshkovsky, sometimes called Babushka, or the grandmother of the Russian Revolution, is seen standing and addressing the meeting. The faction of the SR not supporting Lenin is seen leaving the building. Thousands of citizens gathered outside the building, protesting the dismissal of their elected representatives. Image of Lenin.
35th anniversary celebrations of the great October Socialist Revolution at Bolshevik theater, Grand Opera House in Moscow, Soviet Union. At a meeting of Moscow soviet at the theater Mikhailo Yasnov opens the ceremony and Mikhailo Peravukhin presents a report on 35th anniversary of the revolution.
Damage in Moscow from revolution conflict including: Severely damaged Kremlin gates; damage to the Spasskaya Tower and clock on Red Square; and damage to several other grand buildings., including a cathedral. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
A huge crowd of soldiers gather on streets of Moscow, Russia, as pamphlets are distributed during Russian Civil War. A soldier reads posters pasted on a wall. A huge crowd of soldiers gathers around, and many sit upon, the Statue of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich at Manege Square, Moscow. ( Note: The statue,by Pietro Canonica. Was erected in 1912 and destroyed in 1918.) (World War i; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin comes to power in Russia after the October Revolution. Lenin addresses a crowd assembled in Moscow from stage during Russian Revolution timeframe. A large crowd raises hands for Lenin as he addresses a large assembly in the Red Square of Moscow. Lenin reads books in his office and his secretary sits by him.