If there hadn’t been the revolution that Lenin made it wouldn’t be possible for such simple people like us to receive education, as before the revolution thousands of peasants in Russia were not educated and did not have even a hundredth part of what the rich had. On the other hand noble people had very good knowledge of different subjects, as a rule they were well-mannered and spoke several foreign languages. When the communists came to power a lot of things were forbidden. A lot of people were killed, moreover, many noble people had to leave Russia forever. Vladimir Ulyanov Lenin played a great role in it.
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (alias Lenin, was born in Simbirsk, April 22, 1870, died January 21, 1924, Homestead Hills, Moscow Province) was a Russian and Soviet politician and a world statesman, revolutionary, the founder of the Russian Social- Democratic Labour Party (Bolsheviks) , one of the organizers and leaders of the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia, a Chairman of People's Commissars (the government) of the RSFSR, the creator of the first in the history of the world socialist state.
His good deed was that on the 15th (28) of January 1918, Lenin signed a document on the establishment of the Red Army. The main goal was to get out of World War II. Lenin made the Brest peace treaty with Germany on the 3rd of March in 1918.
He wanted to make people’s lives better and to build socialism. Did he and his supporters manage to do it? Maybe it was good for some time, but the communists influenced greatly the situation in our country. A lot of things were forbidden, people had to live according to the rules of the party, they had to obey them every time. There were no democracy in our country. People were afraid to say what they really thought. I think his biggest mistake was to assume the absence of religious values and excessive cruelty to the previous government, the execution of the Royal Family.
Time passed, the communist party is not the leader today. I think it is for the better. However, without it, and Lenin, much of what we have now would not exist, for example the right to work, to study and the constitution on the whole.