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The Bolshevik Revolution did not overthrow the Russian Romanov dynasty. The Bolshevik Revolution occurred on October 25, 1917 (old style calendar) and overthrew the Provisional Government. The Romanov dynasty was overthrown in the February 1917 Revolution. So, the Romanov dynasty was already history when the Bolshevik Revolution took place.

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