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The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia

Summary: An overview of the Russian Revolution and the success of the Bolsheviks in establishing a socialist government.
The Bolshevik Revolution by Ryan Gash

The Bolshevik Revolution in the fall of 1917 was a revolt against the provisional government in Russia that was established following the abdication of Czar Nicholas II. There were several social and political events that contributed to the revolt. During WWI, Czar Nicholas II had forced eleven million peasants into service in the Russian army. The Russian citizens became dispirited with the massive numbers of injuries and casualties they sustained. This war also caused the country of Russia to plunge into ruin due to the destruction of crops, industries and cities. These circumstances caused it to be a highly unstable period of time brewing with a sense of revolution. After the Czar was dethroned a provisional government took over promising to withdraw from the war. When the provisional government failed to withdraw Russia from the war, many peasants became angry...

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