What was the April Theses?!

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I tried to search it on google but I just get some long answers. What simply was the April Theses? What did it say (briefly) and how did this effect the PG government?

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I tried to search it on google but I just get some long answers. What simply was the April Theses? What did it say (briefly) and how did this effect the PG government?

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In April 1917, Lenin returned to Russia from exile and delivered a long inspirational speech to a group of workers about his plans to overthrow the provisional government, end the war and redistribute land to the peasants. Given that the provisional government still supported the war, the Bolsheviks became the embodiment of left wing opposition after issues such as the July Days and the Kornilov Coup took place. They used this and played on it heavily following their coup d'état in October 1917 and throughout the Civil War to retain support and consolidate power.
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In April 1917, Lenin returned to Russia from exile and delivered a long inspirational speech to a group of workers about his plans to overthrow the provisional government, end the war and redistribute land to the peasants. Given that the provisional government still supported the war, the Bolsheviks became the embodiment of left wing opposition after issues such as the July Days and the Kornilov Coup took place. They used this and played on it heavily following their coup d'état in October 1917 and throughout the Civil War to retain support and consolidate power.
Ah, the joys of GCSE History . . . :awesome:

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Ah, the joys of GCSE History . . . :awesome:

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I did it for my AS levels last year lol.
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