Vladimir Lenin: Voice of Revolution Trailer

Vladimir Lenin: Voice of Revolution Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

Vladimir Lenin's vision for communism shaped the Soviet Union into a world power -- and inspired political unrest in countless other countries. Through information revealed in newly unsealed documents made public after the collapse of the Soviet Union, this installment of A&E's popular "Biography" series profiles the fanatical philosopher who was catapulted to power by an incredible combination of passion, luck and unlikely alliances.

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