World War 1 And The Russian Revolution – Part 7 - Bolsheviks and their victims



World War 1 And The Russian Revolution – Part 7 - Bolsheviks and their victims

The following photos in several parts are representing some of the events in that period. The photos are an excerpt from the book: "Ратни албум 1914-1918, Author Андра Поповић, published in Belgrade, 1926 during the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Captions above the photos, are original captions from the book, which is also on Serbian and French language.

Wikipedia: The Russian Revolution was a pair of revolutions in Russia in 1917, which dismantled the Tsarist autocracy and led to the eventual rise of the Soviet Union. The Russian Empire collapsed with the abdication of Emperor Nicholas II, and the old regime was replaced by a provisional government during the first revolution of February 1917 (March in the Gregorian calendar; the older Julian calendar was in use in Russia at the time). In the second revolution that October, the Provisional Government was removed and replaced with a communist state.

Bolsheviks and their victims

Bolsheviks and their victims

1. Moscow, Review of the revolutionary troops at the time of the temporary Government
 Moscow, Review of the revolutionary troops at the time of the temporary Government

2. Central Committee of the Soviet government. -  1. Uricki, 2. Trotzki, 3. Sverdlov, 4. Zinovjev, 5. Feuermann, 6. Partisan Michail from Kapri school
Central Committee of the Soviet government. -  1. Uricki, 2. Trotzki, 3. Sverdlov, 4. Zinovjev, 5. Feuermann, 6. Partisan Michail from Kapri school

3. Street-fighting at Petrograd 14-th July 1917
Street-fighting at Petrograd 14-th July 1917

4  Women of high Society ("Burzujke") murdered without trial  and without any  cause
Women of high Society ("Burzujke") murdered without trial  and without any  cause

5. Professors and merchants ("Buzuji") of high standing murdered without any cause
Professors and merchants ("Buzuji") of high standing murdered without any cause

6. Jurovski, the Murderer of the Czar and his family
Jurovski, the Murderer of the Czar and his family

7. Bolshevist Government Nov 9th 1917 overthrew the   temporary Government and changed Russia into a terrible human slaughter-house
Bolshevist Government Nov 9th 1917 overthrew the   temporary Government and changed Russia into a terrible human slaughter-house

8. Bolshevist Government Nov 9th 1917 overthrew the   temporary Government and changed Russia into a terrible human slaughter-house
Bolshevist Government Nov 9th 1917 overthrew the   temporary Government and changed Russia into a terrible human slaughter-house

9. The Executioner with devilish expression gazes at his victims
The Executioner with devilish expression gazes at his victims

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