Crossword clues for lenin
- "Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism" writer
- "April Theses" writer
- Biography subtitled "A Revolutionary Life"
- He wrote "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back"
- Survivor of two 1918 assassination attempts
- Name that starts a well-known "ism"
- Inspiration for Old Major of "Animal Farm"
- ___ Peace Prize (award discontinued in 1990)
- Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian Revolution and first head of the USSR (1870-1924)
- Red head, once
- Russian revolutionist
- Pravda founder
- V. I. Ulyanov
- U.S.S.R. hero
- Krupskaya's spouse
- Russian leader in 1917
- Former Russian hero
- He replaced Kerensky
- "Since ___ Died": Max Eastman
- Former Red head
- Red head: 1917-24
- Founder of Bolshevism
- Max Eastman's "Since ___ Died"
- Bolshevik boss
- U.S.S.R. head: 1917-24
- Early Soviet leader
- Vladimir llych
- Red head: 1918-24
- Vladimir Ulyanov
- Pravda founder: 1912
- The Bolsheviks adored him
- Soviet leader: 1917–24
- First prime minister of the U.S.S.R.
- Founder of Pravda
- Figure in "Reds"
- Russian hero
- Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov
- Famed Bolshevik
- Russian leader
- Russian revolutionary
- Russian rebel in 1917
- Prominent Red Square name
- Red Square figure
- Defunct award
- Tomb tenant
- Lloyd George contemporary
- Comintern's founder
- Founder of the Soviet Union
- Remains in Red Square?
- ___Prospekt (old thoroughfare)
- Bolshevism founder
- Well-preserved leader
- Chief Bolshevik
- Order of ___ (bygone award)
- Red leader
- 1917 newsmaker
- Kerensky's successor
- Russian Revolution leader
- Moscow's ___ Museum
- "The State and Revolution" author
- The Soviets' Order of ___
- Stalin's predecessor
- Onetime Red head
- He's entombed in Red Square
- "What Is to Be Done?" pamphleteer, 1901
- "The State and Revolution" writer
- Early 20th-century leader
- He said "A lie told often enough becomes truth"
- Red Square notable
- Revolutionary leader
- Overthrower of Kerensky
- Writer of the "April Theses"
- His statue (minus its head) can be found in Arlington's Freedom Park
- Leader with a goatee
- "What Is to Be Done?" writer
- Bygone leader with a goatee
- His tomb is in Red Square
- Russian revolutionary with a goatee
- Big Red
- Red head?
- Comintern creator
- October Revolution leader
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
pseudonym or alias chosen c.1902 (for publishing clandestine political works in exile) by Russian revolutionary Vladimir Il'ich Ulyanov (1870-1924). Related: Leninist (1917); Leninism (1918).
Vladimir Lenin (1870–1924) was a Russian revolutionary and the founder of the Soviet Union.
Lenin may also refer to:Surname
- B. Lenin, Indian film editor, writer and director
- Cherukuri Lenin (1985/1986-2010), Indian archer
- Gilbert Lenin Castillo (born 1988), Dominican boxer
- Quiarol Lenín Arzú Flores (born 1985), football player from Honduras
- Lenin (icebreaker) (formerly St Alexander Nevsky, after 1960 Vladimir Ilich), completed in 1917
- Lenin (nuclear icebreaker), launched in 1957
- Lenin, another name for the village of Çinarlı in Azerbaijan
- Lenin (novel), a novel by Alan Brien
- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (poem), a poem by Vladimir Mayakovsky
Lenin The Novel (published 1987) is a fictional diary of Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (better known as Lenin) written by the British journalist Alan Brien. It follows the life of Lenin from the death of his father in early 1886, to shortly before his own demise in 1924.
Usage examples of "lenin".
In a letter written to Chkheidze, who at one time stood between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks, I gave vent to my indignation at the Bolshevik centre and Lenin.
Lenin on the bureaucratisation of the state and the role of the unions must have been made tongue in cheek.
Leaving me out merely emphasises the counter-revolutionary highhandedness that lies behind the attack on Lenin, Zinoviev and Kamenev.
Lenin had attempted to educate a leadership, to instil into the cadres of Bolshevism the basic ideas, method and programme of Marxism.
In order to outline, approximately in a few words, the nature and extent of those former disagreements of mine with Bolshevism, I will say this: During the time when I stood outside the Bolshevik party, during that period when my differences with Bolshevism reached their highest point, the distance separating me from the views of Lenin was never as great as the distance which separates the present position of Stalin-Bukharin from the very foundations of Marxism and Leninism.
If that is true, then Lenin himself was guilty of the arch-Trotskyist sin of conciliationism in his repeated attempts to get the Mensheviks to co-operate in the running of the Party for months after the Congress.
Petrograd Committee on November 14th, 1917, Lenin spoke on the danger of conciliationist tendencies in the Party leadership which constituted a threat even after the October Revolution.
Johnstone's quotation from Lenin on the bureaucratisation of the state and the role of the unions must have been made tongue in cheek.
In the smoke-filled bar, his head on the way to baldness directly under the ceiling light, he clutches his whisky glass, brandishes his tinkling drink, points with oft-painted Lenin finger at the future, and performs didactic plays for a theater-loving public.
Posters on the wall — Mao, Lenin, Sex Pistols, a Playboy centrefold with a crudely drawn moustache and glasses and even white teeth blacked out, Castro, Margaret Thatcher used as a dartboard, a Two-Tone band.
Such an approach has nothing to do with the method of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky, who always gave a clear and honest characterisation of the ideas of their opponents, in order to answer them.
Third, they all saw the necessity to return to that clandestinity demanded by Lenin of true believers operating inside a bourgeois society.
Marko did not learn until many years later that the crewmen of the Aurora had broken with Lenin — and been savagely put down by Red Guards.
They were, if not exactly the useful fools Lenin had once spoken about, then trained attack dogs to be unleashed when needed, but never really trusted by those who semi controlled them.
There, an Order of Lenin bought and sold in a charnel house, in the world capital of charnel houses that was Leningrad during the war!