Soviet Russia After the October Revolution: Colorized Photos Interesting colorized photos around the October revolution and those figures who initiated that very revolution to subsequently rule Soviet Russia. On the photo above: V. I. Lenin at the parade of troops in Moscow, 25th May 1919. Stalin and Voroshilov, 1937 Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria. 1925 – military parade on Red Square on the day of the 8th anniversary of the Great October socialist revolution. Gorky park, 1934 Portrait of young Joseph Stalin. The photo taken before the revolution, of course. 1923-1925 – group of leaders of the People’s Commissariat for Foreign Affairs: M. M., Litvinov G. V., Karakhan L. M., Ganetskiy Y. S. Pavel Dybenko and Nestor Makhno, 1918 Sverdlov delivering his speech on Red Square, 1918 7th November 1918, Moscow, Lenin at the ceremony of opening of a temporary monument to Marx and Engels on the Revolution Square. 1930s – L. M. Kaganovich XV session of the All-Union Communist Party, Moscow, 1927. 1930 – J. V. Stalin, M. I. Kalinin, K. E. Voroshilov, L. M. Kaganovich Vladimir Mayakovskiy, Soviet poet, 1930 1st May 1919, Moscow, Lenin at the Kremlin wall during the demonstration on Red Square. 25th May 1919, Vladimir Lenin on Red Square, Szamuely Tibor is delivering a speech V. I. Chapaev, 1918-19 V. I. Chapaev 28th November 1921, Lenin with an American economist Christensen at his office in the Kremlin. 1922. At the office of Dzerzhinskiy: from left to right: Enukidze, Kamenev, Smidovich, Rykov. L. Trotskiy, 1920s 1920, Pavel E. Dybenko, People’s Commissar for Military and Naval Affairs, commander of the 7th partisan detachment, with Pavlov, leader of the partisan party headquarters.