In the Russian Revolution, the peasants were promised "peace, land and bread." This promise was not fulfilled, and many peasants starved which lead to stealing. They were caught and sent to concentration camps or were killed.
Were influenced by the peasants' desire for more land
The Russian Revolution of 1905 consisted of protests by peasants, industrial workers, and the military. It resulted in the adoption of a new constitution.
wasn't it to give land to the peasants and to have social equality
Peasants actually played very little in the way of a role with either revolution. The February Revolution was largely a matter of what people living in urban centers did, and the October Revolution was a coup d'etat by the Bolsheviks.
existing government has been resistant to change. american colonists were discontent with great Britain's policies. french citizens were displeased with Louis XVI' s economic problems and taxing. the Bolsheviks and peasants grew increasingly dissatisfied with the Czar' s lack of reforms
1. Russian peasants were different from other European peasants in many ways. They pooled their land together periodically and their commons divide it according to the needs of individual families.Russian peasants had no regard for the nobility. This was unlike France where during the French Revolution in Brittany peasants respected nobles and fought for them. Type your answer here...
Leon Trotsky had a low opinion of the Russian peasantry, and believed they were a source of problems for Soviet plan for socialism. His one positive possibility was that when there was a revolution in Germany in the 16th century, the peasants there followed the lead urban political parties. This was his hope for Russian peasants.
The ruling class, aristocracy, wealthy upper class and kulaks were involved trying to maintain society as before. Those trying to change things were workers, peasants, soldiers and a good portion of the intelligentsia. The revolution did not pit the classic Marxian classes of bourgeoisie and proletariat against one another. In both revolutions in 1917, it was the government not the bourgeoisie, that was overthrown.
they didn't have enough food and they had a bad economy and they were in their own Russia revolution.
how remarkable was the Russian revolution ? how remarkable was the Russian revolution ?
The cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was that the Czar, or emperor, Nicholas II was using all the money and treating the people unfairly.there were shortages of food and the "commoners" , or peasants and poor people, were the ones revolting because of this.
Absolute monarchs, too many class divisions between landless peasants and Russian nobility, weak Czar, Russia loses the war against Japan
4 changes introduced by bolsheviks after russian revolution are:Land should belong to those who work on it.Peasant life and culture was changing constantly.Migration of peasant villagers who migrated to and from industrial and urban environments.Workers had good reasons for discontent
In PETROGRAD, the RUSSIAN REVOLUTION started
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution of the Russian Revolution.
he telepathically broadcast an image of himself into the minds of all of Russia's peasants and told them to kill the Czar, so they did
At the time of the Russian Revolutions of 1905 and March and November 1917 the majority of Russians were peasants. The number of industrial workers was very small by comparison.
i was the ruler of the russian revolution
Because the Bolsheviks promised the peasants land.
The Russian Revolution of 1905 led to limits on the czar's power, but the Russian Revolution of 1917 ended the czarist system altogether.
If by "first Russian Revolution" you mean the 1905 revolution, it was started by a march of over a hundred thousand demonstrators organized by a Father Gabon. They marched to the Tsar's Winter Palace in St. Petersburg in order to peacefully present petitions to him but palace guards fired on the crowd. Angry demonstrations began and the Tsar was forced to make certain concessions to the people to restore order. If by "first Russian Revolution" you mean the February Revolution of 1917, it was started by a spontaneous demonstration of discontent with the government's inability to provide food and manufactured goods and to end the war in Europe. The initially small demonstration grew larger and larger as more workers, peasants and even soldiers joined the demonstrations and it became a full fledged revolt.
Prior to the Bolshevik revolution Lenin put forth the idea that the Russian peasants would play a key role in any revolution. Trotsky, on the other hand believed that the peasants were incapable of any forceful political activity. In Trotsky's vision of the future revolution, the workers would lead and seize political power. As events turned out, neither was correct.