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Q: How did world war 1 affect the Russian revolution in 1917?
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Who inspired the Russian Revolution of 1917?

Lenin inspired the Russian Revolution of 1917.Lenin


Which empire had a revolution in 1917?

The Russian Empire had a revolution in 1917.


Which of the following was not an effect of the Russian revolution of 1917?

World War 1


What were the three stages of the Russian Revolution?

The three stages of the "Russian Revolution" were the 1905 Revolution after Bloody Sunday, the February Revolution of 1917 and the October Revolution of 1917.


Why did the Russian revolution lead to ww1?

The Russian Revolution did not lead to World War 1, as the Bolshevik Revolution took place in 1917, 3 years into the war.


Which ofd the following was not an effect of the russian revolution of 1917?

World war 1


What major country withdrew from World War 1?

russia because of the bolsheviek revolution in 1917. Technically, it was the Russian Revolution in 1917, which led to the Russian Civil War, which was won by the Bolsheviks.


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1917.


What is a good opening sentence for Russian revolution history essay?

Try this: "The "Russian Revolution" was actually three revolutions: the 1905 Revolution, the February Revolution of 1917 and the October Revolution of 1917."


Which major war was being waged world-wide during the Russian revolution?

Russian Revolution was in 1917, therefor you are most likely referring to the First World War 1914-1918


Who became the leader of the Soviet Union after the Russian Revolution of 1917?

Vladimir I. Lenin became the leader of the Soviet Union after the Russian Revolution of 1917.


What as the time period of the Russian Revolution in Doctor Zhivago?

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