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Answered 2016-06-20 05:36:47

The major cause of the Russian revolution was poverty and the lack of respect for the common people.

Women who were angry because there was no bread!

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The major cause of the Russian revolution was poverty and the lack of respect for the common people.

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It didn't. It started a bloody war and destabilized the country for generation. The economy crashed and millions starved.


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You are probably thinking the answer is the Bolsheviks under Vladimir Lenin and it is true that they started the October Revolution in Russia. But to answer the question as written, no group in particular "started the Russian revolution." The revolution consisted of two separate revolutions, the February Revolution and the October Revolution. The February Revolution is considered the start of the revolution of 1917. The Bolsheviks did not start that one, so it is not accurate to say they started the revolution. They did start the second revolution. While the Bolsheviks did not start the revolution, they certainly finished it.


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