I think that the US had already determined to enter the war by the time the Russian Revolution began, so there was little impact. If Russia had withdrawn from the war and the US had NOT entered it, then the outcome might have been different.
What many do not know is that the US sent troops to Russia to fight the Bolsheviks. The Americans were sent to Archangel, in northwest region. The British sent troops farther to the east.So, a related question would be: "What impact did USA and Britain have on the Russian Revolution?"
For more history on the American expedition to Russia, see: http://bentley.umich.edu/bhl/mhchome/polarb.htm
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How did Russian Revolution contribute to instability in Europe during and after World War 1?The Russian Revolution contribute when
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they didn't have enough food and they had a bad economy and they were in their own Russia revolution.
The Russian Revolution happened during World War I
The Russian Revolution did not lead to World War 1, as the Bolshevik Revolution took place in 1917, 3 years into the war.
Probably when Tsar Nicholas II was shot along with his family by revolutionaries after the October revolution in 1917. The most famous event in Russian history was the October Revolution itself, because it changed the government, society and economy of the largest country in the world. It led to Russia getting out of World War 1. It led to the Russian Civil War. It then led to the murder of the Tsar, which was a side issue of the Revolution and Civil War and changed nothing. In terms of the ultimate effect on an entire country, neighboring nations and future history, the October Revolution is the most famous moment in Russian history.
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.
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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It had none on World War II, but it led to the end of Russia's involvement in World War I. Several months after the Revolution, Russia and the Central Powers signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ending Russia's role in the war.
Russian Revolution was in 1917, therefor you are most likely referring to the First World War 1914-1918
Lenin was in exile,Sold out russia to Germans by helping to lose WWI to finance revolution,greatest TRAGEDY in Russian and world history.
Russia because of the Russian Revolution.
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.
world war 1 created conditions within Russia that helped trigger a 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.
It was called the Russian Revolution. But there were two of them. One was te February Revolution and the other was the October Revolution.
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