Lenin's April Theses
Lenin's April Thesis put forward three major demands. Lenin believed that the two prominent Russian parties of the time could not co-exist peacefully as they belonged to different classes. He believed that Soviets should take over the power now. He gave the slogan, "All Power to the Soviets" at the seventh All Russian Conference where his theses were accepted as a program. The three demands of Lenin which came to be known as the April Theses are listed below.
- He wanted World War 1 to end.
- He demanded that all the land be transferred in the name of peasants.
- He demanded the nationalisation of banks.
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