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Vladimir lenin or in his language ?????? , was the  President of the Council of Commissioners of the People of the Soviet Union. he born on 1870 in simbirsk.He was the main Bolshevik leader of the October Revolution of 1917. Already in power, Lenin proceeded to implement various reforms that included the transfer to the State or Soviet workers of control of property and lands in the hands of the aristocracy, the old crown or landowners. Faced with the threat of an invasion by the German Empire, he signed a peace treaty that led to the departure of Russia from the First World War. In 1921, the Lenin government established the New Economic Policy, which combined socialist and capitalist elements and initiated the process of industrialization and recovery of the country after the Russian civil war, a tough conflict that included the participation of ten foreign nations against the new Soviet state. After his death (1924), Leninism gave rise to various schools of thought, among which can be cited Marxism-Leninism and Trotskyism, Stalin and Trotsky respectively, who fought for power in the USSR, both declaring followers more faithful of Marx and Lenin than the other. Communism became an ideology that counted hundreds of millions of followers throughout the world during the 20th century and whose approaches were put into practice by numerous countries, competing for global supremacy with the capitalist system. Lenin continues to be a highly controversial figure. His detractors label him as a dictator whose government was responsible for multiple violations of human rights, (Clarification required) while his followers describe him as one of the people who has done the most for obtaining better working and living conditions for the working class. Lenin had a very significant influence within the international communist movement and is considered one of the most prominent and influential figures, at the same time as controversial of the 20th century.