Lev Davidovich Trotsky is regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of the Russian Revolution as a leader who succeeded in reflecting her belief in the revolution to the field in the best way possible. The family in which this originally Jewish revolutionary personality was brought up from among a people who were crushed for years under the tyranny of Tsarism and exhausted by the exhaustion of poverty and despair and who could not even think of revolting against the Tsarist regime should definitely be a subject of examination. At the same time, the people and educators around her, the difficulties she faced, and the events that led her to these revolutionary ideas should be closely examined. His participation in these socialist groups during his childhood and youth has attracted a lot of attention from the very beginning. Trotsky is not only an enthusiastic young person interested in socialist groups but also developed himself enough to engineer these ideas, and other socialist leaders, especially Lenin, in a short time. He was an intellectual who caught his attention and took an active role and held high-level positions who were closely involved with the situation of Russia both during and after the revolution.