Long and short-term causes that contributed to the 1917 Russian Revolution
Long and short-term causes that contributed to the 1917 Revolution
By early 1917, the existing order in Russia was on the verge of collapse. The spark to the events that ended tsarist rule was ignited on the streets of Petrograd in March 1917. Driven by shortages of food and fuel, crowds of hungry citizens and striking workers began spontaneous rioting and demonstrations. The Rominov dynasty was to end after 304 years, bought down by the March 1917 revolution. There were many long term causes such as the Nicholas personal ruling style, the Russian economy, and general feeling of disco…
- Long and short-term causes that contributed to the 1917 Russian Revolution
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