Early life The making of a revolutionary It is difficult to identify any particular events in his childhood that might prefigure his turn onto the path of a professional revolutionary. Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov was born in Simbirsk, which was renamed Ulyanovsk in his honour.
Some consider him a prophet, others a tyrant; there are those who call him a saint, many more — a devil. What is certain is that Lenin played an enormous role in the history of the 20th century.
He reshaped Russia and had millions of people bent to his will. Early Life and Work Throughout his life Lenin often used pseudonyms for work or for security reasons.
His real name is Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov. He was born in the town of Simbirsk in on 9 April in a European-style calendar was adopted in the country, these days his birthday falls on 22 April.
Lenin was the third of six children. Little Vladimir was baptized in the Russian Orthodox tradition.
He received numerous honors for his work and was awarded a special order that made him a nobleman, so technically his children, including Lenin, inherited the title. His mother, Maria Aleksandrovna, was a daughter of a Jewish doctor who was baptized an Orthodox Christian.
His father died in That year marked a turning point for young Lenin and in a lot of ways determined his path as future revolutionary. In Aleksandr was arrested and later executed for taking part in an assassination plot against Tsar Alexander III. Lenin finished school with honors and was accepted to Kazan University to study law, but was soon expelled for taking part in student protests.
Around that time he became interested in the works of Karl Marx. He continued his studies at St. Petersburg University where he soon passed his bar. Lenin started his practice as a barrister in Samara, a port city on the Volga in the Central part of Russia.
He even took part in several trials appearing for the defense. In he moved to St. Petersburg — then the capital of the Russian Empire.
Lenin quickly became involved with Marxist societies and radical groups and even published several writings of his own.
Most of them were declared illegal and passed from hand to hand. Thus he caught the eye of the Russian radicals as well as the Russian police. In Siberian exile he met his future wife Nadezhda Krupskaya, who would become his companion for the remaining 26 years of his life.
His teachings attracted more and more adepts and were not popular with the Russian authorities. So Lenin, together with his wife, decided to leave the country. Away from Russia he created his own propaganda machine.Vladimir Lenin | on PBS Lenin was born Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov in the city of Simbirsk in central European Russia.
(He adopted the pseudonym Lenin, probably derived . Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin (help · info) (22 April – 21 January ) was a Russian lawyer, revolutionary, and the leader of the Bolshevik party and of the October Revolution.
Lenin Biography Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin (April 22, – January 21, ) was a Russian revolutionary, and the leader of the Bolshevik party. Hi Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (Rinusyan: Владимир Ильич Ленин) (22 Abril - 21 Enero ), natawo nga Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov ngan agsob tawagon nga V.I.
Lenin o Lenin, hiya in usa nga Ruso nga rebolusyonaryo, pinuno han Bolshevik, politiko nga komunista, panguna nga pinuno han rebolusyon Oktubre, ngan syahan nga pinuno han Unyon . Vladimir Lenin, also called Vladimir Ilich Lenin, original name Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, (born April 10 [April 22, New Style], , Simbirsk, Russia—died January 21, , Gorki [later Gorki Leninskiye], near Moscow), founder of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks), inspirer and leader of the.
Throughout his life Lenin often used pseudonyms for work or for security reasons. His real name is Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov. He was born in the town of Simbirsk in on 9 April (in a European-style calendar was adopted in the country, these days his birthday falls on 22 April).