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To what extent was the revolution of February/March 1917, in Russia, due to the nature of Tsarism and the policies of Nicholas II (1894-1917)?
Admittedly, many of the problems in Russia leading to revolution can be linked directly and indirectly to the nature of Tsarism and the effects it had imposed on the country, although the causes of the revolution are more complex than that. When the autocratic rule of Russia crumbled in the revolutions of 1917, it was due to the underlying causes rooted deep in the empire's history. These economic, social and political problems were reinforced mainly by the First World War (1914-1918), but also by the Russo-Japanese war of 1904-05, that created and resulted in the same kind of problems and…
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- To what extent was the revolution of February/March 1917, in Russia, due to the nature of Tsarism and the policies of Nicholas II (1894-1917)?
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