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    Whether the Russian Revolution -- and there was actually a series of revolts and revolutions from 1825 through 1917 -- was "necessary" is entirely a matter of perspective. If you were a member of...

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    World War I was the direct catalyst for the Russian Revolution of 1917. The poor performance of the Russian government in the Great War, along with the stress that the war put on the Russian...

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    The fundamental cause of the Bolshevik Revolution was Russia’s backwards and oppressive economic, social, and political system. The peasants (in particular) and workers had been oppressed for so...

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    The aftermath of World War I saw the destruction of the Russian aristocracy. This occurred, of course, with the overthrow of the tsar and the Bolshevik Revolution. During the first wave of the...

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    There were actually two revolutions that took place in Russia that gave rise to the communist party. The first was the Russian revolution that was born out of the terrible conditions faced by most...

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    There is no doubt that Russia underwent an amazing political transformation in 1917, but the change didn't take place at once. Most historians agree that there were two separate revolutions in...

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    Many people use the word Russian Revolution to encompass the broad sweeping political changes throughout Russia in 1917, but there were two separate revolutions. The most historians consider the...

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    I think that there were two fundamental underpinnings that doomed the Provisional Government from being seen as "the answer" to the challenges Russia faced. The first was that its position on...

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    I would say that the Bolshevik Revolution was quite successful in attaining public legitimacy and answering the needs of the people. The Provisional Government suffered from some of the same...

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    Lenin died on January 21 in 1924 due to complications from a series of strokes. The most significant element of Lenin's death was the idea that the inspirational and practical leader of the...

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