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By every rule, "Lenin" should have become a respected member of Russian society. He was of middle class background, was university educated, and was admitted to the practice of law. That he did not do so can be ascribed in part to the fate of his older brother, Alexander, 33 who in 1887 was executed for participating in an attempt on the life of Tsar Alexander III. This is said to have influenced Lenin to take up the career of a professional revolutionary. In any event the year of (895 finds young Lenin—then 25—meeting in Switzerland with the leaders of the "Group for the Emancipation of Labor".
Police dissatisfaction is growing. Disorderly shooting is taking place in the streets. Different sections of the troops are shooting at each other. It is necessary immediately to intrust a person who has the confidence 30 On March 10th, 1917, the only thing holding the Petersberg mob in check was the police. The decisive moment of the revolution came when armed mobs stormed the police stations, killing the police and freeing large numbers of convicts, many of whom were the worst type of criminals.
The former city and province of Ekaterinburg has been renamed "Sverdlovsk", in honor of the Jew, Yakov Sverdlov, president of the "Soviet Republic" at the time of the execution . . THE RED TERROR On August 30, 1918, the Jew, Uritzky—then head of the "Cheka" —was assassinated and Lenin was wounded. The assassins were both Jewish, and both members of the Jewish-led Social Revolutionary Party. The Bolsheviks used this as an excuse for instituting the Red Terror, which began the following day, and which in a sense has continued to the present.