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The Bolshevik Revolution was primarily motivated by opposition to Russia's involvement in WW I. Most of the people in Russia thought that it was senseless for Russians to give their lives to defend France from Germany. This struggle, which was so desperate and costly, seemed to have little relevance to Russia.

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Q: Why did the communists oppose World War 1?
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