Bolsheviks consilidation of Power

How did the Bolsheviks consilidate power between 1917 and 1924?
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April Theses

 

  • April Theses
           -   Lenin returns to gain the support of the Bolsheviks and for the
               Bolsheviks. And to also undermine the Provisional Government  
     

       
         'Peace, Land and Bread' Promosing what the Prov Gov haven't 
                provided

                 -  Second stage of the revolution is Socialism - all power to the 
                     proletariate "All Power to the Soviets.   

                    



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Siezure of Power

 

  • Siezure of Power
             -  Changing circumstances, Bolsheviks seen as defenders

                   -  Timing of the Uprising

                   -  Weakness of the Provisional Governent. Bloodless over-taking

                   - Orgainisational skills of Trotsky



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The Constituent Assembly

 

  • The Constituent Assembly 
               -  Dissolved as the majority was Social Revolutionaries

                     - Condemned as an instrument of the Bourgeoisie

                     - 'All Russia Congress of Soviets' created, which the Bolsheviks  
                        
had most influence over

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