Karl Marx, the father of communism created " The Theory of Marx." Communism supports equality, and allow everyone to get paid according to their skill and contributions to society. This theory evolve from the fact that Karl Marx was unhappy with how the capitalist nation ran Russia.
The Theory of Marx
Vladimir Lenin was a Russian revolutionary who served head of government of soviet. He played an important role in the revolution to turn Russia into a modern industrial country.
Tsar's reign during WW1
It all started in the autumn of 1915, when Tsar took over as Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armies. Unfortunately his presence did not help Russia in the war. His wife who was in control of the imperial government took orders from a drunken, lecherous "holy man" due to her thinking he can save their only son of haemophilia. Due to Tsarina's foolish antics; it brought accusations that the imperial government was pro-German.
Russia Economic crisis
Ultimately the crisis during Tsar' reign was accompany by economic crisis. At the beginning of 1917, it is said that prices on average were four times higher than they been in August 1914. This is because the government needed to force heavy taxes to pay for the goods of war. All of this unfortunately led to food being sacred and more expensive.
Цены возмутительны! (This mean prices are outrageous in Russia.)
In Petrograd, pay talks between managers of the gigantic Potilov steel works and steelmen broke down. Resulting in 20,000 tough and angry steelman on the streets with the motivations of causing trouble. During the first the 2nd weekend of March, there were 250,000 workers surging on the streets.
The March Revolution
The November Revolution
The November revolution is also known as the Lenin's revolution. Lenin supported the peasants and was earning their trust. So the peasants sided with Lenin to help communism grow in Russia.