Leon Trostsky And His Political Role in the Bolshevik Revolution 1917-1924.
|Al-Anbar University Journal For Humanities|
|Article 6, Volume 2023, Issue 1, March 2023, Pages 97-119 PDF (688.22 K)|
|Document Type: Review Paper|
|Muath Helal Al. Heeti*|
|University of Anbar|
|The Russian revolution is not a revolution against the rule and the overthrow of the tsarist state in Russia, but rather a radical change of new political, social and cultural concepts, which had an impact on the world. Trotsky is considered the father and architect of the October Revolution of 1917, and he is credited with its success, while Lenin and Stalin were far from the events because of their persecution by the state, so Trotsky bore the burden of the revolution, preparing for it and coordinating between all its parties in all Russian lands, until its success through his intelligence in managing Things and his enthusiastic speeches, but this devotion of Trotsky to the revolution was met with hatred from Stalin and enemies for him.|
Trotsky did not seek power and governmental positions, but Lenin assigned him to manage several positions, including the Ministry of Defense. After Lenin's death, Trotsky did not seek to replace him, but handed over power to Stalin, who worked to banish Trotsky and work to banish him from the Soviet Union, because he believed that Trotsky and his revolutionary ideas were the enemy. The most dangerous to his rule and one of the rare personalities opposed to his rule, and worked to exile him from the Soviet Union and then work to assassinate him later in 1939 AD.
Despite the deliberate absence of the role of Trotsky by Stalin and after him and his attempt to show a picture contrary
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