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Who was responsible for getting Russia out of World War I? (Points : 3) Lenin Tolstoy Trotsky Stalin
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Trotsky I believe, for his involvement in foreign affairs.
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After the October Revolution, what happened to the officials and merchants who opposed it? (Points : 3) They were imprisoned in camps. They were exiled to Siberia. They were executed. They were forced to work in the reconstruction efforts.

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