Vladimir Lenin – Voice of Revolution (2007)

Vladimir Lenin was the Bolshevik Leader of the 1917 October Revolution, and the first Head of State of the Soviet Union. Called treacherous, deluded, out-of-touch, insane, Lenin might have been a minor historical footnote but for the Russian Revolution, which catapulted him into the headlines of the 20th century.

“He alone could have found the way back to the causeway . . . The Russian people were left floundering in the bog. Their worst misfortune was his birth . . . their next worst his death.”- Winston Churchill

Despite the oficial diagnosis some debates about the cause of his death exist. Ivan Pavlov , well known russian scientist who examined Lenin’s brain after his death, supposedly diagnosed him with brain syphilis. wiki

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2 thoughts on “Vladimir Lenin – Voice of Revolution (2007)”

  1. Churchill’s comments could refer to another world leader whom we all know. Wonder what scientist will discover when they pop the cork on Obama’s brain?

    1. I haven’t been happy about a President since Nixon.

      Obama. He’s a left wing, Christian leaning college professor, not Stalin. He’s not our savior or the end of the life as we know it. Just another President. None of them has been anything to write home about lately.

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