The Russian Revolution 2

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The Fate and Justification of those who opposed the Revolution During the time of Revolution in Russia, the main leaders were Stalin Trotsky and Lenin. During their reign they dealt with those who resisted the revolution using various methods, most of which were very brutal. The most common methods used by these leaders were: arrest, terror, imprisonment, transportation to Siberia, execution, torture, exile and liquidation. The use of such measures to strike out at those …

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…at any time. There was much opposition to the Russian Revolution during the critical period, consolidation period and post revolutionary society. In order to be considered opposition groups did not necessarily have to actively oppose anything. The leaders during these times went to great lengths and spared no brutality to crush those who opposed the revolution. They justified their actions against these people and groups in various ways ranging from being saboteurs to being counter-revolutionaries.