Which Russian Tsar was overthrown by the Bolshevik revolution?
Tsar Nicholas II was the last Tsar of Russia after abdicating due to political pressure.
The Russian Provisional Government headed by Alexander Kerensky was overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution. Tsar Nicholas II had already been overthrown by the time of the Bolshevik Revolution.
Alexander Kerensky and the Russian Provisional Government were overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution. The Tsar had already been overthrown by the first revolution in February 1917.
The Russian Provisional Government under Alexander Kerensky was overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution. It did not overthrow Tsar Nicholas II. He had already been overthrown by the February Revolution.
Tsar Nicolas II of the Romanovs. No Russian czar was overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution. Czar Nicholas II abdicated the throne in March 1917 after the February Revolution. Then the Provisional Government was set up. Then on October 25-26, 1917 (Old Style), the Bolshevik Revolution overthrew the Provisional Government.
Lenin and Trotsky were the two leaders of the Bolshevik political party which took power after the Russia Revolution of 1917. Tsar Nicholas II was overthrown during the Russia Revolution of 1917, also known as the Bolshevik revolution.
Tsar Nicholas Romanov II was the Tsar who was overthrown by the Russian Revolution.
In the Bolshevik Revolution the Provisional government in Petrograd was overthrown. The Bolsheviks were led by Vladamir Lenin and signed peace treaties to remove Russia from WWI. The Russian Provisional Government led by Alexander Kerensky was overthrown by the Bolsheviks in the October Revolution of 1917. The Bolsheviks did not overthrow the Tsar. That had already been done in the February Revolution of 1917.
Alexander Kerensky was the leader of the Russian Provisional Government that was overthrown in the Bolshevik Revolution (also known as the October Revolution of 1917). Tsar Nicholas II was already out of power by then because he had been forced to abdicate his throne in March 1917 after the February Revolution of 1917.
Tsar Nicholas Romanov II was overthrown in the February Revolution. Alexander Kerensky and the Provisional Government were overthrown in the October Revolution.
The February Revolution in which the Tsar of Russia was overthrown and a Provisional Government established in the Tsar's place occurred before the Bolshevik Revolution.
the Romanov dynasty: the Last Tsar of Russia: Tsar Nicholas
Tsar Nicholas II was the final Tsar of Russia. He lead the once grand Romanov family into the ground with his horrid leadership skills. he was hated by the Russian people, and was overthrown by the Provisional Government that lead to the Bolshevik Revolution, aka the Russian Revolution. The government of Russia at this point switched from Monarchy to Communism under the Bolsheviks.
The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, more commonly known as the October Revolution, was led by Vladimir Lenin. Lenin and the Bolsheviks overthrew the Russian Provisional Government, which had overthrown Tsar Nicholas II seven months earlier in the February Revolution (1917). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_Revolution
Tsar Nicholas II was the first leader overthrown as a result of the February Revolution in Russia in 1917. Alexander Kerensky, head of the Russian Provisional Government was the second leader overthrown as a result of the October Revolution in 1917.
Tsar Nicholas II was the last tsar of Russia. However, after the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Lennin became the Bolshevik leader.
Lenin did not overthrow the Tsar. The Tsar had been overthrown in the February Russian Revolution and the Provisional Government set up. Lenin staged the October Russian Revolution of 1917 and overthruew the Provisional Government.
Tsar Nicholas II, who was overthrown in the Russian revolution in October 1917.
The Bolshevik Revolution, also known as the October Revolution, was the final of a series of uprisings in 1917 that led to the destruction of the tsarist autocracy that, prior, controlled Russia. It was the one that killed the tsar and successfully replaced the government. It is part of the Russian Revolution.
Tsar Nicholas II of Russia was overthrown in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, and the Bolsheviks, led by socialist-communist Vladimir Lenin, established the Russian government as a oligarchic Communist regime, known as Leninism.
No, Tsar Nicholas II was already out of power during the Bolshevik Revolution. He had abdicated his throne in March 1917 during the February Revolution of 1917. This revolution was not the Bolshevik Revolution. The Bolshevik Revolution began on October 25, 1917 (according to the old style Russian calendar).
The Tsarist regime in Russia was overthrown in 1917 in the revolution and was replaced by the Bolsheviks (Communists) as the governing body.
The Russian Revolution occurred in 1917. There were actually two revolutions, the February Revolution, when the Tsar was overthrown and the October Revolution, when Lenin and his Bolsheviks/Communists took over.
Lenin never overthrew the Tsar either by himself or with the Bolshevik Party. In 1917, the February Revolution occurred while Lenin was living in Switzerland. During this revolution, the Tsar abdicated the throne, so Lenin had nothing to do with the overthrow of the Tsar. After the Tsar was overthrown, a Provisional Government was set up. Lenin overthrew that government in the October Revolution, but never overthrew the Tsar himself.
Czar (also spelled Tsar) is equivalent to King, and Czarina is Queen. NB: these positions were dropped after the Bolshevik Revolution.
The Tzar, also spelt Tsar or Czar, is, or was the ruler of Russia. The name is derived from Caesar, as is Kaiser in german. The last Tsar was Nicholas II, who was overthrown in 1917 in the Russian Revolution.
The Russian Revolution was actually two revolutions in 1917. One was the February Revolution in which Tsar Nicholas II was overthrown. The second was the October Revolution also in 1917 in which Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks took over the government. February/March in 1917
The February Revolution of 1917 resulted in the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II and the setting up of the Provisional Government. The February Revolution, not the October (Bolshevik/Communist) Revolution ended the rule of the Czars. Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne on March 2 (Russian calendar; March 15 on the western Gregorian calendar), 1917. The Bolshevik/Communist Revolution occurred eight months after the Tsar stepped down ending the rule of the czars.
The main event that ended the Russian monarchy was the February Revolution. It was a spontaneous demonstration against the Tsar's government which turned riotous and spread to many other cities. The Tsar tried to order police and military forces to put down the riots, but they refused to obey him. In fact, many soldiers even joined in the riots. Tsar Nicholas realized that the only way to end the violence was to abdicate his throne… Read More
The Russian leader at the start of the war was Tsar Nicholas II. The Tsar was overthrown by the Bolsheviks in the 1917 Revolution, whose leader, Lenin, took Russia out of the war after the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany.
The October Revolution was the second of the two Russian Revolutions in 1917. The October Revolution, also called the Bolshevik Revolution, is when Vladimir Lenin and his Bolshevik followers took control of the Russian government from the Russian Provisional Government headed by Alexander Kerensky. It put he Bolsheviks, later called Communists, in charge of Russia. Vladimir Lenin's October Revolution was not a revolution of the people. It was an armed insurrection or military coup by… Read More
The Bolshevik Revolution is the October 1917 Revolution in Russia. In 1917 there were two revolutions. The first was the February Revolution in which Tsar Nicholas II was overthrown and a Provisional Government was put up in place of the Tsarist government. The Provisional Government was not a Marxist/Communist government. The second was the October Revolution in which Lenin and his Bolshevik Part followers overthrew the weak Provisional Government and imposed a Marxist government in… Read More
The Bolshevik Revolution is also known as the October Revolution of 1917. There had been a revolution in February 1917, but that just eliminated the Tsar in favor of a provisional government. In October, Lenin and his Bolsheviks swept in and took control of the provisional government in St. Petersburg, giving the Bolsheviks effective control of the government.
Vladimir Lenin led the rebel Bolshevik Party in the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia. There was no such leader in the February Revolution. That was a spontaneous unorganized mass demonstration that convinced the Tsar that he had to abdicate the throne.
He was killed by the Bolsheviks during the Bolshevik revolution. His Family was also killed. Also they are the Tsar s not czar.
In Russia, during World War 1 Tsar Nicholas the second was running a tyrant so when he got overthrown Russia had a communism policy.
Tsar Nicholas II. He was forced to resign.
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the Bolsheviks, but he was not the leader of the entire Russian Revolution. The Russian Revolution consisted of two revolutions, the February Revolution and the October Revolution. The February Revolution was a spontaneous mass demonstration and general strike by the people of Russia who were complaining about conditions in Russia under Tsar Nicholas II. Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne while Lenin was in Switzerland. Lenin had no part… Read More
At first it was Tsar Nicholas II until he was overthrown in early March. After that it was Prince Georgi Lvov and then Alexander Kerensky as heads of the Russian Provisional Government, respectively. Then it was Vladimir I. Lenin as head of the Bolshevik Party after it overthrew the Provisional Government in early November 1917.
The Russian Provisional Government first under Prince Georgy Lvov then under Alexander Kerensky were in charge of the government in Russia just before the Bolshevik Revolution in October 1917. The Provisional Government had taken over from Tsar Nicholas II in March of that year.
The Russian Provisional Government headed by Prince Georgy Lvov and later by Alexander Kerensky ruled after the tsar abdicated in March 1917. In October 1917, the Provisional Government was overthrown and Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Party took over.
The Russian Revolution, which consisted of the February Revolution in which Tsar Nicholas II was forced to abdicate and the Bolshevik Revolution known as the October Revolution or Red October, in which the Bolsheviks (later known as Communists) deposed the Provisional Government and took control of the country.
Czar(TSAR) Nicholas II was the leader of the royal family with a Provisional government, they were overthrown and murdered by the Bolshevik party.
No Russian communist overthrew the Russian monarchy. The Tsar abdicated in March 1917 after the February Revolution. A non-communist Provisional Government was then set up. In October 1917, the Russian Communist leader overthrew the Provisional Government. The Russian monarchy had already been overthrown.
Nicholas II, the last Romanov Tsar (czar).
There were two Russian Revolutions in 1917, the February Revolution and the October, or Bolshevik Revolution. In the February Revolution, the revolt began as a spontaneous unorganized demonstration against the Tsar and his government. Over 200,000 workers, peasants and soldiers in Petrograd went to the streets in mass protests and strikes. The protests spread to other cities as well. When the army units stationed in Petrograd refused to obey Tsar Nicholas II's orders to stop… Read More
Russian communists were not heavily involved in the overthrow of the monarchy. The Tsar had already abdicated and handed power to a liberal provisional government who the communists overthrew. The Provisional government was established in March of 1917, the Bolshevik revolution was in October of 1917.
Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and Stalin among many others, for the Bolsheviks which was the October revolution, or November depending on which Russian calendar is used. Alexander Kerensky, among others, for the Provisional Government. Tsar Nicholas II was not part of this revolution at all since he had been put out of power eight months earlier in the first part of the Russian Revolution, the February Revolution.
There were two revolutions in Russia in 1917. No particular group led the February Revolution. It started as a spontaneous unorganized demonstration and then general strike against the Tsarist government. Tsar Nicholas II realized he could not restore order because the military would not obey him so he abdicated the throne. The Bolshevik Party under Vladimir Lenin led the second revolution. This was called the October Revolution or the Bolshevik Revolution.
If by the revolution you mean the Bolshevik Revolution, then no, the tsarist government did not support it. If they had supported it, there would have been no revolution, just a peaceful transition of power.
The "ruler" before Lenin was Tsar Nicholas II. Actually, the government before Lenin was the Provisional Government, which was headed first by Prince Georgy Lvov and then by Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky, before it was overthrown in the October Revolution by Lenin and his Bolshevik Party.