"Leon Trotsky" Essays and Research Papers

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • Leon Trotsky

    English 3A 8 May 2012 Leon Trotsky: The Exiled Leon Trotsky was most acknowledged as Vladimir Lenin’s “assistant.” Trotsky was also known as Joseph Stalin’s archenemy. They disliked each other so much that when Stalin won over Trotsky‚ Stalin forced Trotsky into exiled. Trotsky was a great thinker‚ speaker‚ but not a great leader‚ since he let someone else lead him. Lev Davidovich Bronstein‚ which later was changed to Leon Trotsky‚ was born in Yanokva‚ Ukraine (Leon Trotsky (1879-1940)‚ 1). His

    Premium Leon TrotskyJoseph StalinMarxism 522 Words | 3 Pages

    Open Document
  • Leon Trotsky

    Trotsky was born Lev Davidovich Bronstein on November 7‚ 1879‚ in what is today known as Ukraine. He was the fifth child of a wealthy farmer‚ David Leontyevich Bronstein‚ and Anna Bronstein. The family was ethnically Jewish but not religious. At the age of nine‚ Trotsky was sent to Odessa to attend school‚ and as Deutscher points out in his biography‚ ‘Odessa was then a bustling cosmopolitan port city‚ very unlike the typical Russian city of the time. This environment contributed to the development

    Premium Leon TrotskySoviet Union 2729 Words | 11 Pages

    Open Document
  • Leon Trotsky Research Paper

    3Leon Trotsky Research Paper http://hsc.csu.edu.au/modern_history/personalities/trotsky/3279/trotsky_index.htm Chapter 1 What three things do you find most difficult about individual research tasks? Finding useful/ correct Information Keeping up with work load Sourcing information What three things do you find easiest Quoting Research Falling behind on work load 1. Explain why the Bronstein’s decision to move to Yanova was so unusual At the time farming was unfamiliar livelihood for Russian

    Premium Vladimir LeninOctober RevolutionSoviet Union 7053 Words | 23 Pages

    Open Document
  • Leon Trotsky: Bolshevik Revolution

    Leon Trotsky Leon Trotsky was a Russian leader of the Bolshevik revolution. He was born in the Ukraine with the name of Lev Davidovich Bronstein on November 7‚ 1879. As a young man he attended the school of Odessa. In 1897 he was arrested for two years and was then sentenced to Siberia because he had helped fund the South Russian Workers` Union. While in prison‚ he met his first wife Alexandra Lvovna with whom he had two daughters with. After he completed his two year sentence in prison Trotsky

    Premium Soviet UnionCommunismVladimir Lenin 413 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Snowball And Leon Trotsky Similarities

    Revolution‚ Leon Trotsky. They have many similarities like the fact that they were both exiled from the country or farm and were attacked by the tyrant that came after them. There are many similarities and differences between the two. The similarities outweigh the differences because Animal Farm was based off of the Russian Revolution. They both supported a revolution before it even happened. Snowball taught the principles of Animalism and that a Rebellion was inevitable(Orwell‚ 16). Trotsky did a

    Premium Soviet UnionVladimir LeninRussia 279 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
  • Leon Trotsky and the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

    to power‚ Trotsky became the People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs and published the secret treaties previously signed by the Triple Entente that detailed plans for post-war reallocation of colonies and redrawing state borders. White Army propaganda poster depicting Trotsky as Satan‚ and portraying a xenophobic depiction of the Bolsheviks’ Asian supporters as mass murderers. The caption reads‚ "Peace and Liberty in Sovdepiya". Bolshevik propaganda portrait from 1918 depicting Trotsky as a modern-day

    Premium Leon TrotskyRussian Civil WarBolshevik 1075 Words | 5 Pages

    Open Document
  • How Was Leon Trotsky More Important To The Russian Revolution

    The question of this investigation is: “To what extent was Leon trotsky more valuable to the Bolsheviks and the Russian Revolution‚ rather than Vladimir Lenin‚ his superior?” The Russian Revolution was a key turning point in Russian history and in many ways is responsible for shaping the country into what it stands as now. At the helm of the revolutionary group‚ the Bolsheviks‚ was Vladimir Lenin and directly beneath him stood Leon Trotsky. It is important to make the distinction between the importance

    Premium Soviet UnionRussiaVladimir Lenin 1557 Words | 7 Pages

    Open Document
  • Evaluate the role of Leon Trotsky in Bolshevik success in the period 1917-1924.

    Leon Trotsky played a very significant role in the Bolshevik success in the period 1917-1924. According to A.J Koutsoukis ‚ ’his contributions in the years 1917 to 1924 had been second‚ if not equal to that of Lenin himself. Trotsky played a significant role in establishing Bolshevik control in Russia. He was also very instrumental and one of the reasons for the Red Army winning the civil war. Trotsky was regarded by his supporters as the saviour for his country for his efforts in organising the

    Premium Vladimir LeninRussian Civil WarSoviet Union 2333 Words | 7 Pages

    Open Document
  • Trotsky & Stalin

    Essay – Power Struggle Between Stalin and Trotsky In 1921‚ Lenin’s health was delicate and fragile; he started suffering a series of strokes that in 1924 finally ended his life. In 1922 he “retired” from any business that had to do with the government. During this time he became more aware of the party’s weaknesses‚ and started to be conscious about the threat that Stalin supposed for not only the Bolsheviks‚ but for Russia’s future. Lenin wrote his “Letter to the Party Congress” in 1922‚ and

    Premium Leon TrotskyJoseph StalinVladimir Lenin 1071 Words | 5 Pages

    Open Document
  • 'Everyone Is a Product of Their Times'. How Accurate Is This Statement in Regards to Leon Trotsky?

    their circumstance‚ yet‚ consequential individuals can shape events within their times. Leon Trotsky‚ key member of the Russian Bolshevik party in the early 20th century‚ exemplifies this statement. Born into a period of turbulent change socially and politically‚ due to the Russian industrial revolution‚ Trotsky was shaped by his context and events in early life. However‚ it is to a greater extent that Trotsky was a significant player and shaper of events within his times‚ being the November revolution

    Premium Leon TrotskyMarxismVladimir Lenin 969 Words | 4 Pages

    Open Document
Previous
Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50