In November 1917, Vladimir Lenin’s revolutionaries stormed the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, overthrowing the legal Russian government and establishing the world’s first communist regime.
The decade-long Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) was one of the Chinese communist dictator Mao Zedong’s largest political campaigns. Mao mobilized throngs of youth into the fanatical Red Guards, terrorizing or killing millions of people while destroying China’s traditional culture and heritage.
While no one has come to any consensus about the U.S.-China relationship, many, including the CCP, have begun to label it as a “New Cold War.”
The brutal Khmer Rouge regime ruled Cambodia from 1975-1979, and during that time they were aided by communist China.
On December 10, 1939, during the horrors of the Japanese aggression against the Republic of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-45), 2,988 Chinese soldiers were assigned to defend a bridge on the Yangtze River. By morning, the soldiers had…
Around a third of American millennials and Gen Xers believe more people were killed under George W. Bush’s presidency than under Joseph Stalin’s communist dictatorship, according to a report.
Forests make up 40 percent of Belarus and it’s one of the few places where you’ll find the rare European bison. Sounds alright so far. But due to its one-party military dictatorship, the former Soviet republic is the closest thing…
Imagine a world where, if you’re hungry, it’s hard to buy anything on the street apart from a ham sandwich. Welcome to Cuba.
The brutal Stalinist regime that rules North Korea has just turned 70, and they threw themselves another military parade in the capital Pyongyang on Saturday.
The Soviet Union’s subversion activities against the U.S. started in the 1920s and continued up until the late ’80s, but their ramifications upon Western society continue until today.