When Aurora Fired the First Shot…

NEO posted this morning on an event I know a bit about but don’t bring to the table very often.  His is well done and I would suggest reading some of the insightful comments his readers have left as well.

Nostrovya, NEO.  –  Mike

So a hundred years ago, today, the Bolsheviks occupied the government buildings in Petrograd. It was the highlight and climax of the October Revolution, which toppled Kerensky’s government and set the regime of V.I. Lenin on its horrifically bloody course. According to calculations by Professor R.J. Rummel, in the last 100 years totalitarian regimes, pretty much […]

via Red October — nebraskaenergyobserver


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