Vladimir Lennon/ Treaty of Bret-Liovsk, 1918
Vladimir Lenin Agreed and signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk thus ending the Russians involvement in the war. He then established leadership under the Council of People's Commissars. The three large Bolshevik leaders were Lenin, heading the party, Leon Trotsky, taking control of the militaristic side of things, and Joseph Stalin, who was in charge of the Propaganda. This council then redistributed the land amongst its people, Nationalized all bank's, all private accounts were confiscated, any foreign trade became a state monopoly, and finally, all opposition groups to the Bolsheviks were made illegal. He then formed a counter revolutionary committee.