Definition of Bolshevized
1. bolshevize [v] - See also: bolshevize
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Literary usage of Bolshevized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Edward Aloysius Pace (1922)
"By this resistance they Armenia, between the four bolshevized republics, forced the Turks to detach large numbers of their Armenia, ..."
2. International Relations: Eight Lectures Delivered in the United States in by James Bryce Bryce (1922)
"Esthonia is a small Finnish country which welcomed the opportunity of shaking itself clear of Slavonic and bolshevized Russia, and has succeeded for three ..."
3. The Governments of Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg (1920)
"... purged of non-Bolshevist members, or broken up; the Fifth Soviet Congress consisted exclusively of delegates from the federated and bolshevized soviets. ..."
4. The Washington Conference by Raymond Leslie Buell (1922)
"46 In an appeal to the self-interest of England, the Japanese press pictured the danger of a bolshevized Asia, or of a new Germany in the Near East, ..."
5. "The Greatest Failure in All History": A Critical Examination of the Actual by John Spargo (1920)
"... ready to bring upon this nation—where, despite every shortcoming, we are at least two centuries ahead of bolshevized Russia, politically, economically, ..."
6. The Passing of the New Freedom by James Montgomery Beck (1920)
"... its control over the necessities of life, then the Government exists in form and not in name, and such a nation has been effectually bolshevized. ..."