In 1917, the Entente forces (Great Britain, France, U.S.A., Russia) fighting in World War One were devastated when turmoil in the heart of Russia broke out, and the Newly Formed Russian Communist Government pulled out of the war with Germany by appeasing their neighbors with the agreed Brest-Litovisk Treaty. Because of this sudden act of what the other Entente forces viewed as cowardice, the Russian’s were not paid back for their immense sacrifice after the war was over, while the others were reaping the benefits of victory. This caused the capitalist governments of the West to forge negative preconceptions about Communist Russia.... [continues]
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