100 Years of Communism’s Bloody Legacy

One hundred years ago this month, Lenin detrained at Finland Station. Now, young people think George Bush killed more people than Stalin. We need some history lessons, pronto.

One hundred years ago this month, a train pulled by locomotive No. 293 arrived at the Finland Station in Petrograd (St. Petersburg). Though it was late at night, a large crowd waited waving red flags and flowers. Within a sealed railcar was a passenger who would soon become dictator of the world’s first Marxist state: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin.

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  • El Martyachi

    Yeah the infamous ‘sealed train’. Thanks Germany.

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  • Alain

    Even the death toll by the Nazis pales in comparison with died in the wool communists, and yet all the Left is able to come up with is to claim everyone they dislike is Hitler. Of course the irony is that the Nazis themselves were Left.