Revolutions of Russia in 1917
The revolutionary events in Russia in 1917 stemmed from a number of causes but the primary one was the tyranny of the Tsar. The unfair and cruel use of power by the Tsar to satisfy himself and furthermore ignore the needs and the demands of the Russian people in particularly the peasants and the workers would later become the downfall of his autocracy.
Russia had been experiencing a number of problems in the years leading up to World War I which created an environment suited to revolution. For many years the peasants of Russia had faced growing problems in terms of achieving their desire…
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