Tsar to Lenin is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Tsar to Lenin is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video

Stream Tsar to Lenin on Amazon Prime.

the World Socialist website Mehring Books is pleased to announce this The Tsar to Lenin (From the Tsar to Lenin), a documentary about the Russian Revolution of 1917, is now available on the streaming service Amazon Prime Video. Translations are available in Afrikaans, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Sinhala, Spanish, Tamil and Turkish.

The Tsar to LeninFirst released in 1937, it is an extraordinary cinematic account of the Russian Revolution, from the mass uprising that overthrew the centuries-old tsarist regime in February 1917, to the Bolshevik rebellion led by Lenin and Trotsky eight months later, which led to the founding of the state Caesarean section. The first socialist workers’ state, and the final victory, in 1921, of the new Soviet regime over the counter-revolutionary forces supported by the imperialist countries, particularly Great Britain, France, the United States and Japan, after a civil war broke out. It lasted three years.

David North, international editor-in-chief of the WSWS, notes in his introduction to the film’s centenary edition: “From the Tsar to Lenin is one of the most important films made in the twentieth century. Its subject is the Russian Revolution of 1917. The viewer never ceases to be amazed when he sees himself witnessing the events that… It changed the course of human history.Before the era of television, its ubiquitous presence, and its instantaneous 24-hour coverage, there was something miraculous about capturing and preserving history on film.

Based on archival footage collected over more than a decade by legendary director Herman Axelbaink (1900-1979), The Tsar to Lenin It constitutes an unprecedented cinematic testimony to a revolutionary movement that brought together millions of people, which “shocked the world” and changed the course of history. The novel of Max Eastman (1883-1969), the pioneering American radical, conveys with emotion and humanity the drama and pathos of revolution.

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