During the Febuary Revolution, Lenin had been exiled in Switzerland. After the Tsar abdicated, Lenin was smugged in back to Russia by the Germans. Once he arrived, he was dissapointed, as he though the Revolution hadn't gone far enough. He introduced the April Thesis, stating the Proletariat and peasants to bring revolution against the P.G. In the April Thesis, Lenin addresses Russia's problems through his slogan, "Peace, Land, and Bread."