What were the effects of the march revolution?
- New voting laws limit the power of the Duma.
- Beginnings of a constitution (The Duma takes control)
- A Provisional Government is set up (Temporary)
- The War with Germany is continued.
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\nThe March revolution of 1917 (also known as the February Revolution and the spring Revolution) occur in Russia during WW1. It all stared when 90 000 textile workers went on strike in Russia protesting about the shortage of fuel and bread. Many people joined and by the end of the week 400 000 peopl…e had joined the cause. Signs that said "Down with the Tsar" and "Down with the war" were displayed. The Tsar (or czar spelt both ways) had banned protesting so he sent out the military to shoot the protesters. Instead the army shot their officers and joined the cause. Since the Czar had lost his army he offerer his position to his brother who refused and since his brother wouldn't take position the Czar abdicated. Several members of the Duma were chosen to set up a provisional government (temporary). They stayed in power until the the Fall Revolution. As for the Czar and his family they were sent to house arrest, then excelled, and finally they were executed. Rumor has it that one of the Czar's children, Anastasia, escaped the death.\n . Note- Many people also believe that the revolution occurred because people doubted the Czar because he was friends with Rasputin, aka the Mad Monk. Rasputin was a drunk who slept around with many women. The Czar and his family only put up with Rasputin because they believed that he could heal the Czar's only son Alexi, who was a hemophiliac. The public never knew about Alexi's decease because it would be seen as a weakness and perhaps people would have killed him so that the dynasty would end. ( Full Answer )
When Russia had the March Revolution it started because Russia lacked the necessary items for war against Imperial Germany. When Russia was knocked out of the war by another Austro-German assault, Russian soldiers came back and killed their officers because when they lost the war their like for thei…r officers and the czar of Russia were disappearing ( Full Answer )
Economic -The workers were forced to work in harsh conditions in the factories. Political/Social - Russia was dealing with an unfair and oppressive government where the Czar ruled everyone and everything. People began to rebell againt this type of government (autocracy). One of the protests led up… to the March Revolution. ( Full Answer )
The Agricultural Revolution ended the need for nomadic society. The Neolithic people could settle down and stay in one place. Also, men were the farmers and hunters, and women were the gatherers. Men's hunting, farming, domestication of animals, and other work became more valued than womens' work, …and women lost their status as suppliers of food. ( Full Answer )
The industrial revolution had a huge effect on architecture, It managed to prove that Sir Max Carroll is a sex machine.
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In February, the patriotic Italians of Milan Ann Lombardy rose in revolution and routed Austrian Army. Venetians also freed themselves from Austrian yoke with the help of Sardinian king Charles Albert. Nationalists of Parna, Modina, and Lombardy also joined Sardian Army and declared war against Aust…ria. In the War, Charles Albert got defeated in the hands of Austria and once again the Northern States of Italy went under Austrian rule. On hearing the outbreak of revolution of France in 1848, all over Germany excitement ran high and people forced their rulers to grant constitutional reforms. Nationalists of all States of Germany convened a National Parliament at Frankfurt. They formed a new constitution and Frederick William-IV was elected as the ruler of United Germany. ( Full Answer )
The French revolution sent shock waves through the European monarchy. It left them all wondering who would be the next to be depose in a revolution. Many people around the world were affected by the french revolution not just England. It changed the way that people thought about being run by a mo…narchy or a royal family. People started to realise that this was not the way that many countries should have been run and wanted a change. The main reason Australia is a democracy today was because of the french revolution and fight against the monarchy. ( Full Answer )
The immediate cause of the first revolution in March 1917 was the disastrous impact of the First World War.
Napoleon Bonaparte ended the revolutioanary period by his coup in 1799, when he seized power for himself.
The French revolution A revolution is an event or a period of time when great and rapid changes take place. The causes of a revolution could be that the people want: a change of government, more power, better living conditions, overall changes... The french revolution started because Louise the …king of France married an Austrian princess called Marie Antoinette. Many people thought that Louis was alright but that Marie Antoinette was a lesbian... Also the peasants decided that it was not fair that they belonging to the third estate) should have to pay the biggest takes when the noblemen and clergy ( priests, bishops etc ) didn't. There were many other reasons for this revolution... The french revolution made a lot of changes happen ... these changes were supposed to make France a fairer country, but it did not mean that it would be the end of the monarchy. Everyone in the National Assembly thought the king should still be the head of government but Louis refused to agree to the end of the feudalism or the declaration of the rights of man and the citizen... This was all a big change to France I hope my answer was useful to you, Thank you for reading... Michael age 13 Not really. The French and the American Revolution are emblematic of the moment and occidental human history when the Rationality and not the superstition or the violence of the force decide governing relationship. ( Full Answer )
There were many causes for the revolution on Russia in March 1917.There was intense debate that could not be solved.
The First World War brought shortages and famine to Russia. TheTsarÃ¢??s incompetence turned the military against him after hepersonally took control of the army, making it appear as if thedefeats could directly be blamed on him. After losing control ofthe people, the military and the Duma, he was… forced to abdicate inMarch, 1917. ( Full Answer )
The March Revolution or Russian Revolution of 1917 resulted in theoverthrowing of the tsars and the feudal system of society inRussia. It also paved the way for the Bolsheviks (Socialists) totake power later that same year.
It results in change. It isn't always for the better and there are often unintended consequences that have to be dealt with.
Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne ending 300 years of Romanov tsarist dynasty. A Provisional Government was set up under first Prince Georgy Lvov and later Alexander Kerensky. It consisted of 12 former leading politicians, intellectuals, revolutionaries and former ministers. The local soviets …(councils of workers, soldiers and peasants) became empowered to review and approve all actions by the Provisional Government. Germany smuggled Vladimir Lenin back into Russia so he could disrupt the Russian war effort and possibly cause another revolution. ( Full Answer )
No, it wasn't, because a true Marxist Revolution would have been where a proletariat of workers in an industrialized country seized the means of production from their owners, establish a socialist system then create a government to keep it that way. In Russia at that time there was no true Marxian p…roletariat because Russia was not industrialized. The March Revolution began by peasants and workers demonstrating against the Tsarist government, causing it to topple then simply imposing another government (the Provisional Government) in place of the Tsar's. No means of production were seized; no workers became empowered and the means of production remained in the hands of their owners. That is not what Marx had in mind. ( Full Answer )
What effect might the March 1917 revolution in Russia have had on the decision of the US to join the war?
The leadership of the US likely wanted to enter World War 1 fromthe beginning of the war, but lacked public support. The sinking ofthe Lusitania turned public support in favor of going to war. It isunlikely that the Russian Revolution had an impact on either thepublic or the leadership's willingness… to go to war, as Americanforeign policy was still very isolationist. ( Full Answer )
really it was beacause of the disasters on the world war I battlefields but,also food shortages, and fuel shortages
The Russian Revolution forced the czar to resign in March 1917.After he left power, a provisional government was formed by theDuma, the Russian parliament. The provisional government was itselfoverthrown in October 1917 by the Bolsheviks, led by VladimirLenin. This instigated the Russian Civil War, …as the Bolshevikforces fought to overthrow the Russian factions opposed to them.The Civil War lasted until 1922. The Bolsheviks were victorious andtheir victory led to the formation of the Soviet Union. ( Full Answer )
The Provisional Government ruled Russia after the March Revolution. It was headed first by Prince Georgy Lvov then Alexander Kerensky. Lenin did not take over till after the October Revolution.
The February Revolution (on Woman's Day in March) involved massdemonstrations and armed fights with police and the loyal forces ofthe Russian monarchy. Causes of the revolution were political andeconomic instability, technological backwardness and fundamentalsocial divisions.
Visible signs that the Confederacy was too weak to survive. The Georgian civilians so demoralised that they were begging the troops to move on and savage their sister-confederate state of South Carolina.
The man on the street wasn't wild about the idea, but knew that some kind of change was essential. Many citizens lost their lives in the revolution, which was unusually violent and bloody. Property was stolen, Church property was confiscated, religious rights were violated, and thought control was i…mposed. ( Full Answer )
No. The French Revolution was not an effect of the industrial revolution. The French revolution occurred due to the anger of the masses against the despotic rule of the monarchs in France.
The Cuban Revolution was an armed revolt that led to the overthrow of dictator Fulgencio Batista of Cuba on January 1, 1959 by the 26th of July Movement led by Fidel Castro. Cuba's revolution has its origins in the struggle against Spanish colonialism, which intensified in the second half of the 19t…h century. An uprising in 1895 sealed the fate of Spanish colonialism, but victory was snatched from the people by a US expeditionary force in 1898. On 26 July 1953, 160 young militants attacked the Moncada barracks in Santiago. Half of them died, most after torture. Many went to prison. Fidel Castro's brother Raul explained the event: 'It was not a putsch designed to score an easy victory without the masses. It was a surprise action to disarm the enemy and arm the people, with the aim of beginning armed revolutionary action it marked the start of an action to transform Cuba's political, economic and social system and put an end to the foreign oppression, poverty, unemployment, ill health and ignorance that weighed upon our country and our people.' Fidel Castro was among those captured and imprisoned. In his defence speech, immortalised as 'History will absolve me', Castro identified three social forces that would determined his revolutionary strategy and alliances. he Cuban revolution was a turning point in recent history. With Castro's regime in place, Cuba became an important player in the global power of the Soviet Union and the severity of the Cold War. Castro was involved in unsuccessful rebellions in Venezuela, Guatemala and Bolivia, which caused Cuba to isolate itself from the surrounding world. The communist regime in Cuba gave the U.S.S.R. an ally neighboring the United States during the Cold War, thus bringing the threat of nuclear war to an all time high. Castro presents no immediate danger to the U.S. today, but his status as dictator is still highly opposed by many nations because of the violations of human rights practiced under his rule. The voices of Cubans living on the island have been largely absent from the worldwide commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the revolution. The pressure in Cuba to talk the talk cultivated silence in the public sphere. But surprisingly these interviews are laced with hidden histories of religiosity, migration, family separation, surveillance and control. They dramatise the ways people embraced, succumbed to, and resisted conforming to the official model of the good Cuban. ( Full Answer )
During the Bataan Death March about 10,000 Filipino and American soldiers died. The relationship between the Philippine's and America became stronger because they now saw themselves as equals. The American defenders of Corregidor surrendered and were forced to march inland .
There was no March Revolution, per se, in Russia. There was the February Revolution and there was the October Revolution. The difference lies in the fact that February on the Julian calendar is the same a March on the Gregorian calendar. Most historians refer to it as the February Revolution, just a…s they refer only to he October Revolution. Primarily, the February Revolution ended with Nickolas II abdicating the throne and Imperial parliament ( the Duma) taking control of the government by establishing the Russian Provisional Government. The October Revolution ended with the Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin, and the workers' Soviets, overthrowing the Provisional Government. Lenin was named Chairman of the Peoples Commisars of the RFSFR on November 8, 1917. ( Full Answer )
After seeing that he could not stop the food riots, the Tsar, Nicholas II, abdicated for himself and for his son; therefore ending 300 years of Romanov rule.
The March Revolution was the uprising which forced Czar Nicholas II to abdicate the throne and allowed the Mensheviks to take control and set up a Provisional Government to rule until a permanent government could be formed.
The Provisional Government under Prince Georgy Lvov came to power immediately after the March Revolution. Three months later Alexander Kerensky took over the Provisional Government. In October, Vladimir Lenin took all power when he and the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government.
Because the Tsar's soldiers opened fire on women and children protesting for bread. This then lead to inflation and a shortage of bread, which was then rationed. Then caused the Russian revolution.
The Neolithic Period was from (8000-3000 BC). Artistic developments: . Cave paintings . Tools . Cloth . Pottery . Metal . Rock art . Megaliths Other achievements: . Farmers & herders . Skull "portraits" . Musical instruments . Indo-European language
Not very effective as the civil war, but the American revolution was important because it was the war that gave up Independence from England.
Like the Bastille, it was a grass roots effort and like the Tennis Court Oath, it played a major part in the start of the Revolution.
more people more in to the town and cite for jobs and the cities where over populated
The women were demanding not only bread, but the presence of the King in Paris so that he could personally see their plight.
Russia was vast, 125 million people across an entire continent and it had an out-of-date farming economy: desperately poor.
March 1917 March 1917 saw major changes in Russia. Rasputin was dead and Lenin was out of the country. By the start of 1917, the people of Russia were very angry. Why? the First World War had cost Russia millions of lives. those not actually fighting had to face serious food shortages. the winte…r of 1916-17 was very cold and fuel was in very short supply. cold and lack of food create an environment that leads to trouble for those blamed for these problems. By March 1917, discontent came to a head in Petrograd - this was St. Petersburg but the name sounded too German so in 1914 the name was changed to the more Russian sounding Petrograd. Petrograd became St. Petersburg. March 4th : workers in the city's largest factory (the Putilov engineering factory) demanded a 50% wage increase so that they could buy food. The management refused so the workers went on strike. March 8th : 30,000 workers were locked out of work. They were not paid and could not afford any food now. The strikers persuaded other workers to come out on strike. Demonstrations occurred throughout the city. Nicholas II was in Petrograd at this time but he left to inspect troops at the war front thinking that the demonstrations were the work of hooligans and that they would end shortly. He was very wrong. March 9th : the riots got worse and were getting out of hand. Nicholas was informed about the situation and the Russian Parliament (the Duma) pleaded with him to order the release of emergency food supplies. He refused and ordered that the riots should be put down by March 10th !! March 10th : the police tried to carry out the orders of Nicholas. Unfortunately, people got killed and the rioters became even more angry. The rioters opened up prisons and released those in them. For the first time there were calls for the tsar to quit. The head of the Duma informed Nicholas that law and order had broken down as soldiers brought in to put down the rioters had, in fact, joined them !! Nicholas then did something very foolish. He ordered that the Duma was no longer to meet. March 11th : the Duma disobeyed Nicholas - this is usually considered the first act of the Russian Revolution. The members of the Duma met in chaos. One person in the Duma, Alexander Kerensky, shouted out that 25,000 soldiers had mutinied and were marching to where the Duma was meeting to support them. With this support, the Duma decided to form a temporary government (the Provisional Government) to take the place of the tsar. In a bizarre move, Alexandra, the tsar's wife, phoned him to tell him that he had nothing to worry about !! March 12th : The leader of the Duma was a man called Rodzianko. He persuaded Nicholas that things had got very bad for the royal family. Nicholas then decided to return to Petrograd to restore law and order. The Provisional Government by this time had got some degree of control and they stopped the royal train outside of Petrograd. The government wanted to talk terms with Nicholas. The first plan was for Alexis - the son - to take over but Nicholas refused this as he felt that the boy was too weak. The throne was offered to Grand Duke Michael but he did not want it. It became clear to Nicholas that the Provisional Government did not want a tsar and he was forced to give up the throne. Thus royalty came to an end in Russia. There had been a tsar since 1480. Now in March 1917 the title came to an end. Do note that for the whole of this important event, Lenin was out of Russia. Even he was unprepared for this. What became of the royal family ? Once the communists had taken over in November 1917, the royal family became a problem as there were many thousands who still believed in royalty and were willing to fight to have the family restored to power. To stop this from happening, an order was made for them to be executed. In the summer of 1918, the Romanov family was under house arrest in Ekateringburg. It is said that they were told to get ready to go to Germany because they were to leave Russia. They were taken to a cellar and shot by the Communist secret police. Their bodies were thrown down a series of wells in a forest so that it was impossible for any relics of them to be found. ( Full Answer )
There are a great number of long-term and immediate causes. The most prominent: the way that Russia's leadership and the Tsar personally was handling a (losing) war, causing massive loss of life; but mainly, the breakdown of Russia's wartime economy with resulting food shortages and steeply rising p…rices. ( Full Answer )
some of the affects on Washington were that African American people wanted to leave work to go and join the march with all other races.
Destruction of rich farmland and railroads, helping to starve the Confederate armies and devastate civilian morale. Relief of the blockade-runners' port of Savannah. This campaign, with almost nil casualities, shortened the war by months.
Long Answer: This revolution had it's origins in Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels writings. Marx and Engels promoted the right of the proletariat to seize power over the bourgeousie. Marx and Engels wrote from early 1850's to 90's. The Communist Manifesto was a timeless piece written by Marx and Engel…s that described how the working class must fight to gain power. Vladimir Lenin took this idea of the proletariat revolting against the ruling bourgeousie and exploited it. The First World War was occurring at this time and Lenin saw that the ruling monarch was preoccupied, so he took control of the situation. There were riots in the streets and eventually Lenin gained power and killed the monarch and his family. Short Answer: Vladimir Lenin was greedy and relied on the naivety of the Russian working class and peasantry to fulfill his needs. A revolution was the only way for Lenin to realize his needs of full seizure of state power. Sources: Political Studies student. Wrote a paper on Historical Materialism. ( Full Answer )
The March Revolution put a democratic government in power. The Bolshevik (of November) Revolution replaced that democratic government with a communustic one.
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It attacked the civilian infrastructure - burning farms, wrecking railroads. This brought the war home to the people of Georgia (Grant told Sherman to "Make Georgia Howl!"), and it helped to starve the Confederates in the field.
The cause of the revolution in March 1917 was a conspiracy of thebig bourgeoisie and the top officials against Tsar Nicholas 2. Veryrich people, the owners of the largest factories and banks wantedto come to power. They provoked riots in the capital Petrograd inorder to cause the king from the front… against Germany, where hewas surrounded by troops loyal to him. They blackmailed him by hisfamily, that is, his wife, four daughters and heir to the throne,which remained in the capital could fall into the hands of theraging crowd. When the king arrived, he was forced to abdicate infavor of his brother Michael, but he refused. Power in the countrytook the Provisional Government. The interim government wascomposed of big bourgeoisie or their henchmen. They have achievedpower. But the interim government was overthrown in October 1917.Most of the ministers and those who participated in the conspiracyagainst the king were executed by the Bolsheviks or emigrated. ( Full Answer )
The March Revolution happened in 1917. It was a series of politicalupheavals. These political upheavals led to the establishment ofthe Soviet Union. Workers protested food shortages in Petrograd andwithin days most local factories and shops closed to join theprotests. Police and soldiers joined the …protests, attempts torestore civil order were crushed. ( Full Answer )
In Russia, the 1917 March revolution forced Czar Nicholas to step down from the Russian throne.
In Russia, a group of progressives including moderates andprogressive democratic parties, forced the Czar to step down. Sincethe Russian participation in World War One continued, it helpedLenin and the Bolsheviks to gain control of Russia in October of1917, or November depending on which calender is… used. ( Full Answer )