- n. Plural form of Bolshevik.
“The term Bolsheviks and Mensheviks date back to 1903, when at a congress of the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party a difference arose on a seemingly unimportant question (editorial supervision of the party organ), when upon a vote which decided the question there naturally was”
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“That there were Jews that were Bolsheviks is undeniable, Bill.”
“Like the B.N.P. and UKIP, the Bolsheviks were a small, extremist Party with a smallish share of the vote.”
“In1903 when the Russian Social Democratic Workers 'Party split in two; the Bolsheviks were the ones who constituted a majority.”
“Before 1917 most people thought that the Bolsheviks were a minor radical group that could never control Russia.”
“Among the first to rebel against the Bolsheviks were the Cossacks, a privileged military group that had always supported the tsar.”
“MONTEFIORE: A Bolshevik is -- the Bolsheviks were the -- were their name for themselves.”
“Jones had gone to a sanatorium at Maritzburg to be treated for his consumption 'and, while he was there' he and the local socialists had improved the occasion by putting out a little pamphlet called The Bolsheviks Are Coming, which, together with a translation into Zulu and Sotho, they distributed in numbers among the population in Maritzburg and Durban.”
“By then, Premier Kerensky's government had few remaining supporters and the Bolsheviks were the most powerful opposition.”
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