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January 21

In 1924, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, AKA Vladimir Lenin, died in Moscow.

Ulyanov had been in prison since his arrest for his role in the failed 1917 attempt by the so-called 'Bolshevik,' or 'Majority,' faction to seize control of the Duma, the parliament established following the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II that February. The Bolshevik leader had been arrested July 3, along with Lev Bronstein (AKA Leon Trotsky) and tried for treason; he had escaped execution only because the Duma had outlawed the death penalty in March 1917.

 - Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin

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