Czar Nicholas II was the ruler at the beginning of World War 1.
Then he was overthrown in the February Revolution and the Provisional Government took over. Prince Georgy Lvov was head for three months then Alexander Kerensky took over.
In the October Revolution that same year the Provisional Government was overthrown by Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks and they became the rulers.
Nickolas Romanov II was that ruler.
The name was Nicholas II Romanov.
Joseph Stalin was Russia's ruler during World War II.
the Russian commander during world war 2 is Georgy Zhukov
The Russian Revolution happened during World War I
Poland doesn't actually exist as a nation in ww1. It was created after the end of the war by the Peace treaties. The ruler of where the Poles lived then was the Czar of Russia, it was part of the Russian Empire.
How did Russian Revolution contribute to instability in Europe during and after World War 1?The Russian Revolution contribute when
The ruler of Russia during World War 1 was Tsar Nicholas II. He was Russia's last Emperor and, along with the rest of the royal family and even their servants, was executed by communist revolutionaries on July 17, 1918.
Franz Joseph I was the ruler of Austria-Hungary durning World War I.