The Civil War began in 1861 in the U.S after decades of tension between the northern and southern states over slavery. The Civil War was described as as one of the bloodiest outbreak in the history of North America.
The New Economic Policy reintroduced a measure of stability to the economy and allowed the Soviet people to recover from years of war, civil war, and governmental mismanagement.
The October Revolution of 1917 was known as one of the most explosive political events of the twentieth century led by Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin against the Provisional Government. The main causes of the October Revolution was failure of the Provisional Government and the strengths of the Bolsheviks.