Czar Nicholas II was first taken by the forces of the Russian Provisional Government after he was forced to abdicate his throne. Later after the Bolshevik Revolution, he was taken into Bolshevik custody. In July 1918, the Czar and all his family were murdered by the Bolsheviks.
It should be remembered that the Bolsheviks never overthrew the Czar. He was already out of power by the time the Bolsheviks took over.
The Russian Czar was never taken over by the Communists. Czar Nicholas II abdicated his throne in March 1917 when he lost control of the general populace and the army during the revolt by the general public. The Communists, at the time called Bolsheviks, did not take control of the country until October 1917 when they took control away from Alexander Kerensky and the Provisional Government.
He was the leader of the Bolshevik Party, which overthrew Czar Nicholas II and his reign of tyranny. Reality checK: The Czar had been deposed in March of 1917. Lenin overthrew that government, not the monarchy of Czar Nicholas.
Czar Nicholas the Second was killed as a result of the Bolshevik Revolution. The Czar had abdicated his throne as a result of the February Revolution in 1917; however he and his family were kept alive for over a year. The intent of the Provisional Government was to send him to England. After the Bolshevik Revolution in October 1917, the Czar came under the control of the Bolsheviks. Since the Bolsheviks were not universally accepted as the new power in Russia, the Russian Civil War broke out. In July 1918, the Bolsheviks realized that the Czar and his family had to be killed in order to stamp out any hope by the other side in the Civil War of restoring the Czar to the throne and reversing the gains from the two revolutions.
the czar was overthrown bolsehviks took over and disliked the war, made a treaty the czar was overthrown by the Bolsheviks who wanted peace
Tsar Nicholas abdicated the throne during the February Revolution and was taken into the custody of the Provisional Government partly for his own protection and partly to keep him from being restored to the throne. He was held with the idea that he would be exiled to England, but the Bolsheviks took power from the Provisional Government in the October Revolution and forced the Provisional Government to hand Nicholas and his family over to them. In July 1918, during the Russian Civil War, the Bolsheviks murdered Nicholas and his entire family in order to ensure that he would never be able to come back to power again.
in October 1917 Bolsheviks over threw the government to run Russia after Nicholas
Peter Kerensky became Russia's provisional president for eight months. Then Lenin and the Bolsheviks took over.
No, Nicholas had abdicated as ruler prior to Lenin assuming power in 1917. Czar Nicholas, far from taking over after Lenin's death in 1924, was murdered on Lenin's orders in July 1918.
Czar Nicholas the second was so weak that he decided to use the secret police force to rule over his people.
Czar Nicholas the Second was not prepared to rule a country, he agreed even his teachers agreed. Czar Nicholas came to power during what was the darkest time in Russia History. He and his wife Alix had only one true dream to raise a close knit family. Nicholas and his wife also believed that Nicholas was on the throne because of God's will, therefore we're unwilling to share power with the Duma. Rasputin was also a reason Nicholas was not considered a good czar because it was believed that Rasputin had too much power over the Romanov family.
factory workers peacefully protested and guards shot over 200 people.
Tsar Nicholas II was overthrown in the February Revolution of 1917 when he abdicated in March. Communist rule was not established until the end of October that year when the October Revolution by Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks (later renamed Communists) overthrew Russia's Provisional Government and took over.
Czar Nicholas II was the ruler at the beginning of World War 1. Then he was overthrown in the February Revolution and the Provisional Government took over. Prince Georgy Lvov was head for three months then Alexander Kerensky took over. In the October Revolution that same year the Provisional Government was overthrown by Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks and they became the rulers.
No because everyone thought that he was a dangerous man and would not make a good commander
The Bolsheviks were a group of people in the soviets who thought that the Russian Revolution needed to be violent for it to be effective. The name Bolsheviks was changed to Communists after they had taken over and turned Russia into a Communist State. Hope this helps - K
becuase Tsar Nicholas grew bored of the duma and issued the funemintal laws giving him outright control over the duma.
The Russians and Czar Nicholas the 2nd In the February Revolution, the main people were Tsar Nicholas II, Prince Georgy Lvov (took over after the Tsar); Alexander Kerensky (took over after Lvov resigned); This revolution was a leaderless one. Lvov did not cause it but was chosen to head the new government because he was respected. Vladimir Lenin had no part in it at all. He was in Switzerland in exile and only heard about it after it was all over. In the October Revolution, the main people were Vladimir Lenin for the Bolsheviks and Alexander Kerensky for the overthrown Provisional Government.
The Bolshevik Revolution led by Vladimir Ilych Lenin marched in and captured and executed the last Czar of Russia along with his family and so Lenin implemented Communism.
Czar Nicholas II was the last ruler of the Romanov family dynasty that had ruled the great empire of Russia for over 300 hundred years. He became Czar of Russia at the age of 26 because of the untimely and unexpected death of his father. Not only was he not ready to fill this position, but he was not skilled in the areas of working with the common people and in government. Although Nicholas was a good leader in some areas, he lacked experience and could be controlled too easily. He experienced trials in his personal and public life as Czar of Russia.
Tsar Nicholas Romanov II was forced to abdicate his throne in 1917 ending over 300 years of rule by the Romanov dynasty.
Prince Georgy Lvov became the immediate leader of Russia as head of the Provisional Government after the Czar was overthrown. Three months later Alexander Kerensky took over. About three months after that the Bolsheviks overthrew Kerensky and the Provisional Government and Vladimir Lenin became the leader of Russia.
no. Russia did not favour Nicholas because of the effects of the world war on Russia and by taking over as commander in chief he was putting all the blame of the war on him. all the casualties, lack of supplies and economic faliure was on him.
On March 2, 1917, (Old Style; March 15, 1917 New Style), Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne when he realized the army and police forces would no longer obey his commands.
Bolsheviks, who took over in the Russian October Revolution of 1917. a very bad group indeed. Bolsheviks Bolsheviks Bolsheviks Bolsheviks
The Bolsheviks took over after the second revolution in 1917, called the October Revolution. They did not take over after the first or February Revolution of 1917.