Lenin's years of power ranged only from 1917 to 1922 when a stroke virtually incapacitated him. In this five-year period, by unmatched resourcefulness and a ruthlessness that rivaled any in history, he warded off powerful external enemies, eliminated international opposition, and laid the foundations for a new Communist world. He abolished God and the Bible but, since his death, he has been more venerated than God, and his writings have achieved a power far beyond the reverence ever extended to the sacred writings of Christendom.
1 VHS use copy [In Sachar Personal Papers, Box 22]
2 U-Matic copies [In Sachar Personal Papers, Box 24]
4 16 mm films [All B&W; in Sachar Film Collection]
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