Lessons of the Finnish Revolution of 1917–1918 (Pt. 1)
Commonly referred to as the Finnish Civil War, the Finnish Revolution of 1917–18 is a proud chapter in the history of the international working class. Tragically, despite the tremendous energy expended by the masses, the forces of counterrevolution defeated the working class and drained the revolution in blood. What lessons can we draw from this experience? In this three-part series, Socialist Revolution editor John Peterson provides a Marxist overview and analysis of these events.
Intro music: Finnish revolutionary song "Punaorvon Vala" (youtu.be/VF3XqDQCPZA).
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