The Russian Revolution Was a Direct Result of the First World War
Revolution broke out in 1917 as a direct result of World War 1. Russia's economic transition into an industrialised country could not cope with the money needed to fund a war which led to spiralling morale issues within Russia and consequently crippled the Tsar's support amongst the population of Russia.
Russia had created a radical economic management plan to rapidly accelerate their transition into an industrial power. The Tsar felt as though Russia had been in a sense left behind because as Britain and the USA were producing at astronomical levels. …
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