The following factors contributed to the victory of the Bolsheviks


It has been noted above that despite trouble in various parts of the country and active intervention by the Allied Powers, the Bolsheviks ultimately emerged successful. The following factors contributed to the victory of the Bolsheviks:

Firstly, the opponents of the Bolsheviks were disunited and failed to take simultaneous action. As a result the Bolsheviks were able to shift their forces on the front where they were most needed.

Secondly, the control exercised by the Bolsheviks over the interior lines of communications and railways greatly helped them in meeting the chal­lenge from the foreign powers.


Thirdly, the Bolsheviks carried on an effective propaganda against their enemies. This not only united the Bolsheviks supporters but also created dissensions in the ranks of the enemies.

Finally, the Red Army which was raised by the Bolsheviks fought with missionary zeal and greatly contributed to the ultimate victory of the Bolsheviks. The Red Army was fully backed by thousands of Communist Party members who were inspired by high sense of devotion and discipline and were willing to undertake any task assigned to them by the party without any hope of reward.

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