Lenin himself, a great enthusiast of mass revolutionary terror, died on January 21, 1924.
Although he did not succeed in achieving the fundamental goal of spreading the global
revolution, he went down in history as one of the followers of Marx and Engels' theory,
significantly developed by him, so that it was henceforth called the Marxism-Leninism theory.
It set the development course for its successors who after the 1920 defeat in Warsaw were
forced to build socialism in one country, while being fully aware that the peaceful coexistence
of the socialist state, as the Soviet Union proclaimed in 1922, in the place of former Russia,
with the capitalist countries was not possible.