Q- What were the difference between Bolsheviks and Mensheviks?
|1.||The term ‘Mensheviks’ means ‘A member of the Minority’.||Bolsheviks means ‘A member of Majority’.|
|2.||Mensheviks group used to draw more public support because of their inclusive ideas.||They drew less public attention than Mensheviks.|
|3.||The Mensheviks believed in a Democratic Party structure that allowed agreements.||Believed in a highly centralized party of professional revolutionaries.|
|4.||Inclusive in their approach to other political parties.||They scorned other ideologies.|
|5.||The Mensheviks group was willing to work with the middle class for their revolutionary end.||Not willing to work with the middle class for their revolutionary aims.|
|6.||The Mensheviks believed in going ahead step by step to make the whole nation communist.||They believed that Russia could directly go from an absolute monarchy to a communist society.|
Some Important Questions for You
- Which socialist parties were formed in Germany, Britain, and France?
- How did the socialist party work in the monarchy
- Which secret police was formed to punish the one who criticize bolsheviks
What are the differences between the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks?
Differences between Bolsheviks and Mensheviks:
1. Bolsheviks means ‘A member of the Majority’ whereas Mensheviks mean ‘A member of the Minority.’
2. The Mensheviks believes in going ahead to make a communist nation. On the other hand, the Bolsheviks believes that Russia could directly go from an absolute monarchy to a communist society.
What is the difference between Mensheviks and Bolsheviks class 9?
Mensheviks are the Minority group in Russia who want to work with middle class whereas Bolsheviks were the Majority group who do not want to work with the middle class.