Kronstadt rebellion: The Bolshevik regime will adapt their governance to meet the needs of the working class.

Russian Baltic Fleet : Sailors
The Krondstadt rebellion was a anti-Bolshevik uprising by Russian sailors and soldiers in Kronstadt, a naval fort on Kotlin Island in the Gulf of Finland. Upset over the collapse of the Bolshevik economy, industrial decline and reductions of food rations, the rebels initiated a series of strikes. Delegates from Kronstadt went to Petrograd to make 15 demands for new Soviet elections, increased workers' freedoms, and abolition Party control over factories.