Russia was doing poorly in the war, the Provisional Government refused to pull Russia out of the war, and began announcing new offensives. Soldiers didn't like the idea, so they began withdrawing from the army and protesting against the war, along with the Bolsheviks.
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Yes, because Russians were having war fatigue
How did Russian Revolution contribute to instability in Europe during and after World War 1?The Russian Revolution contribute when
The Russian Revolution happened during World War I
World War I was going on during the two Russian Revolutions of 1917. In fact, the Great War is considered a cause of the revolutions.
The Russian Revolution did not lead to World War 1, as the Bolshevik Revolution took place in 1917, 3 years into the war.
The Russian Revolution and World War I were linked as "effect" and "partial cause". The exhausting war-effort brought added stress to the already tense national situation in Russia. When the Communists made their move for power in 1917, the war-exhaustion contributed to their success.
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The Russian revolution.
Neither one of the two Russian revolutions became a World War. Both were in part caused by the damage the war was causing to the Russian population.
world war 1 created conditions within Russia that helped trigger a revolution.
Russian Revolution was in 1917, therefor you are most likely referring to the First World War 1914-1918
World War 1, Russian revolution, World War 2, ...
World War 1
The Russian Revolution led to the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II. This took place during the year 1917, while World War I was still going.
The March Revolution was about the czar's disregard for the Russian people. The November or Bolshevik Revolution was about the continued poor treatment of the Russian civilians and the Provisional Government's refusal to remove Russia from World War I.
Russia because of the Russian Revolution.
The Russian Revolution
russia because of the bolsheviek revolution in 1917. Technically, it was the Russian Revolution in 1917, which led to the Russian Civil War, which was won by the Bolsheviks.
After the Revolution of October, 1917, the Russian contribution to the Allied cause against the Central Powers pretty much dwindled down.
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World war 1
The 1917 revolution was primarily caused by World War 1, which was devastating to the Russian people. The February revolution did not result in an end to the war, so the October revolution brought the Bolsheviks into power and a peace treaty was made with Germany in March 1918.