The Civil War threatened the Bolsheviks, yet their victory had solidified their rule.
The New Economic Policy which had succeeded War Communism.
The harsh economic policy which led to famine and Lenin to rethink the course of the Soviet Union.
The power struggle after Lenin's death saw Stalin emerge as the dictator of the Soviet Union.
The October Revolution brought change to Russia and the country's position in World War I.
The Bolshevik seizure of power and the events of October to December.
The months before the October Revolution which led the Bolsheviks into power and gaining the support of the people.
The February Revolution was a spontaneous revolution of the masses.
The Tsar's decision to go to war so initially a positive, but the boost in morale was only temporary.
The old ways of the Russian Empire were soon to be swept aside by the coming of World War I.
The Lena Goldfields Massacre, working and living condition in towns and cultural changes.
The years leading to World War I saw a transformation of the Russian Empire's economy.
The October Manifesto was said to have given liberties and free speech - but reality was somewhat different.
The collapse of autocracy at this stage was imminent, the question is for how long would it last.
The Russia Empire's economy was weak and people's demands grew with the changes put in place.