We have at least 7 Revolutions in the hands
- Mencheviks/socialist and liberals (all kind of parliament democrats) of the first revolution. (By the way, those i would like to know what they did or could do in the game, is a third way possible ? etc.)
- Ukrainian nationalist
- Baltics nationalist
- Polish nationalist
- Kolchakist (i have doubts on the historical methods used by the current Russian goverment when he draw the new Kolchak official portrait now).
Menchevik were the true marxists. Bolsheviks (marxism-leninism) went marxist in the reverse!:
Instead of being elected in a bourgeois republic, then doing a 'kind' dictatorship,
they (as they didn't succeded in being elected) did a dictatorship, then they created a bourgeois republic (capitalist but anti-liberalist) by making a same parliament (where at first the elected from soviets decide (they were not elected to decide: soviet people had to decide, not the elected), then bolsheviks controled directly the soviets). The Party then was always elected (as there was no other).
EDIT: 'decide': I mean they seem to. The owner, the boss, the head of The Party had already decided all.
So, the Bolsheviks were not social-democratic as the mensheviks were, but demo-socialist (same thing in the reverse order :mdr
Denikin would finally be the only real white
Except that it's jewish policy may be a bit revolutionary comparing to the old Tsarist rules.
Or not, if the pogroms were already a national sport under Nicolas II.
Nicolas' Okhrana police was fond of the Protocol of Sion
book. They even may have crafted it. Pogroms were not punished, if they were not provoked. Jews were the scapegoat for the poverty of Russia.