Why the Bolsheviks won the Civil War?

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Why the Bolsheviks won the Civil War?

The civil war occurred because after November 1917, many groups had formed that opposed Lenin’s Bolsheviks. … Collectively, they were known as the Whites while the Bolsheviks were known as the Reds. The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk had shown to many how weak the Bolsheviks actually were.

The two largest combatant groups were the Red Army, fighting for the Bolshevik form of socialism led by Vladimir Lenin, and the loosely allied forces known as the White Army, which included diverse interests favouring political monarchism, capitalism and social democracy, each with democratic and anti-democratic …

Q. What is Marxist history answer in short?

Marxist historiography, that is, the writing of Marxist history in line with the given historiographical principles, is often seen as a tool. Its aim is to bring those oppressed by history to self-consciousness, and to arm them with tactics and strategies from history: it is both a historical and a liberatory project.

Q. Who started the Russian Civil War?

Lenin

Q. What caused the Russian Civil War?

In short, the Bolsheviks were able to win the Russian Civil War because the Whites failed to secure the support of the different national groups, key foreign powers, and the peasantry, while Bolsheviks enjoyed much more authority within Russia and were therefore able to assert their power over the Whites.

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