Russian Revolutionary Leaders
Leon Trotsky, running things from afar, forced to watch Russia's troubles from exile, came back with a vengeance when the opportunity arose, and it was after the revolution that he really made his mark, leading Russia to military victories in World War One, which earned him the respect of many as a " True Revolutionary".
Of course, many men were true revolutionaries, and so many people did so much for their cause that we cannot mention them all. Leon Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin were the two most prominent, but certainly not the only ones who sacrificed for their cause. The Russian Revolution belongs to all of them, of many political parties and ideals, but with one common goal. They were all " True Revolutionaries".
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