Soviet Summers - Part 1

A fresh look at a story made unrecognizable by the cold-war propaganda

One day in November(October) of 1917, illiterate peasants from an under-developed backwaters in Asia, decided that they did not want to be enslaved any longer.

However, in order for them to do just that, they had to take on the world’s greatest empires attacking them at the same time and win!

This event defined the rest of the 20th century.

The Bolshevik revolution was such a watershed movement in world history, today, we will be launching a new series to tell the story that led upto the Bolshevik Revolution.

Like no one before them and after them, has their story been distorted, lied about, slandered to the point where the truth has become unrecognizable.

Therefore, we will do a deep dive that will include our first hand research, photos, videos, audio and more!

Join us Today at 9:00 PM Eastern for Soviet Summers.

Today’s topics: 1861 and the Abolishment of Serfdom, post-feudalism, capitalism, and Tsarist Russia’s relationship to other imperial powers.

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