Animal Farm is an allegorical satire on the revolution, and understanding the history gives deeper meaning to the novel. The October Revolution, an important piece of Russian history, is incorporated accurately in George Orwell’s, Animal Farm. The October Revolution played an important role in shaping Russian history. The Bolshevik Revolution, also called the October Revolution, was the second and final dominant phase of the Russian Revolution. The focus of the Bolshevik Party in Russia was to abolish the Provisional Government and to install a government for the lower class. The Russian Revolution was not, as several people may think, a well-coordinated act in which Tsar Nicholas II was conquered and the Bolsheviks took over. In Russian history, the October Revolution played an important role.In Orwell’s, Animal Farm, the October Revolution is represented by the rebellion of the animals after the death of Old Major. There is always a point in time where the animals have just had their breaking point. In Animal Farm, it was when Old Major passed away that the animals declared war. The breaking point for the Bolsheviks was after World War I and it was also when they did not agree with the government, so they wanted to overthrow them. The Bolsheviks used propaganda to overthrow and achieve the victory of the feud. Animal Farm was created to portray the Bolshevik Revolution, both the animals and the Bolsheviks wanted freedom and their own rights so they could do what they want to. The October Revolution is represented by the animals’ rebellion and Old Major’s death. Orwell’s incorporation of the October Revolution in the novel is accurate. Both the Bolsheviks and the animals want to overthrow their rulers, Vladimir Lenin and Farmer Jones, in the Russian Revolution. The animals and the Bolsheviks both have a plan to achieve what they are aiming for. The book and the actual revolution are both very similar based off of research and knowledge from the book. In the article, Parallels Between “Animal Farm” and the Russian Revolution, “Although both concepts are nice in theory, “Animal Farm” shows that too much power can corrupt anyone. When Old Major’s vision, later called “Animalism,” was put into practice, the pigs in charge took over and became selfish and violent, twisting the philosophy until it barely contained an echo of the original intent. The same thing happened with communism, as Stalin left much of the country penniless and helpless, and put people to death if they showed the slightest resistance to his regime. “(Karen Perles). The October Revolution is a large piece of Russian history, and it is represented accurately in George Orwell’s, Animal Farm. The October Revolution is a large piece of Russian history, and it is accurately depicted and well represented in George Orwell’s, Animal Farm. In conclusion, Animal Farm is an allegorical satire on the Russian Revolution, and understanding this historical occurrence gives deeper meaning to the novel.