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Beau Walsh Autobiography Life in Russia as a working class laborer Yuri a middle aged Russian peasant labor worker sat talking with his friend Valerie the year was 1940 and the two men sat together drinking a bottle of vodka while discussing the last thirty years of their lives Valerie turned to Yuri and said you tell me about the last thirty years and how do you feel about things were and how they are now All right said Yuri Ill tell you but its just between us you agree and with the nod of Valeries head Yuri began I was in my late teens when I attended my first Communist party rally the main speaker was Stalin himself He was most impressive he spoke like a common man and it was easy for the crowd to relate to him he was a true Bolshevik The revolution had not taken place it was springtime but we all knew it wouldnt be long before all hell would break loose Lenin returned from exile that same spring of 1917 and right away planned that we should organize to over through the provisional government and hand over the land to the peasant people As we came upon November our party was strong with members by this time I was part of a team that was assigned to seize control of the main telegraph office in Petrograd Other teams were given the job of taking control of bridges government offices and other key facilities in the city It wasnt long before we formed the new government and took over control The first thing Lenin did was call for an end to the fighting and war he then decreed that all of Russia lands belonged to the people the peasants Everyone well not everyone but most everyone was happy The common man felt he was getting somewhere It wasnt long before we began to have
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