Communist in Russia timeline

Communist In Russia Timeline

Robert Owen takes charge of a Lotton mill at New Lanmark

1800

Karl Marx was born.

1818

Formed Bolshevik Party lead by Nikolai Lenin

1847

International Workers group asked Karl Marx for a plan of organization

1847

International Workers group asked Karl Marx to draw up a plan for their organization.

Karl Marx published "The Communist Manifesto" and was exiled to London.

1848

Czar Nicolas II was born.

1868

Vladimir Lenin was born.

1870

Russia has an economic growth

1890

Trains-Siberian rail road begins construction.

1891

Vladimir Lenin was arrested with other Marxist.

1895

Japan attacked Russia

1904

Bolshevik Party overthrew Czar Nicholas II

1917

A revolution in russia occured

1917

Soviet Union completely formed

1922

The Communist Party organized all the countries that were taken by Russia. They untied Russia and the smaller countries under one name, the Union of Soviet Socialists.

Trotsky became leader of Russia

1926

Vladimir lenin died

1926

Josef Stalins plan

1927

Stalin set up a five year plan than began majorly industrializing the economy. He set his sightrs on artists and therefore forced them to make their work hail communism.

World war II begins

1939