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The Bolshevik government decided
to pull Russia out of the First World
The Bolshevik government refused to
repay the debts owed to the west by
Russian empire and nationalised industry
with foreign investors.
The Tsar and his family were executed;
Nicholas II was the cousin of King
George V.
The west were suspicious of the activities
of Comintern (or Third International) as
communist groups in Spain and France…read more

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Britain, France, USA and Japan had all
sent aid to the enemies of the Bolshevik
party in 1917-21.
Britain was appeasing the strong,
and anti-communist, Nazi Germany
which posed a great threat to the
When Hitler demanded
areas of Czechoslovakia in
1938/9 the allies did very
little.…read more

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