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  • The Russian Revolution
    One of the most critical reasons why the peasants were able to embrace revolution so easily was due to the Russian failure in World War I. Initially, the Czar's entry into World War I silenced some...

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    I think that history judges Tsar Nicholas as a very limited political leader in the midst of massive change. Only a very skilled and shrewd political leader could have successfully navigated such...

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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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    One of the most powerful women connected with the Bolshevik Revolution was Inessa Stephane Armand (1874-1920), a close confidante of Vladimir Lenin. The Paris-born daughter of a British comedienne...

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