What happened after the Russian Revolution?
After the Russian Revolution the Soviet Union formed
If the Russian Revolution had not occured Russia would still be an absolute monarchy today Defend this statement for a debate?
The Tsar was very bad and thought that he was appointed by God. The Russian revolution was a cruel, bloody takeover of the Russian empire by radical socialists known as "Bolsheviks" led by Vladimir Lenin who then went on to establish the Soviet Union which claimed to be for the people but was in fact quite the opposite.
No. Marx died in 1883. The Russian Revolution. which was a series of three revolutions came later. The first revolution was in 1905, but was little more than a series of labor strikes. The second revolution was actually two in one which occurred in February 1917 and October 1917. The third revolution was a revolution against the Bolsheviks who took power in the October 1917 revolution. This one failed.
No one in particular led the February 1917 Russian Revolution. That revolution happened somewhat spontaneously with a demonstration by a group of women protesting food shortages. It spread to workers and soldiers in St. Petersburg and in other cities until it was out of control. The Tsar's ministers convinced the Tsar that he no longer had any power to quell the riots and that he had to abdicate, which he did. Vladimir I. Lenin and…