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To what extent was Tsar Nicholas II responsible for the outbreak of revolution in Russia in March 1917?

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To what extent was Tsar Nicholas II responsible for the outbreak of revolution in Russia in March 1917? Explores his inadequacy as a leader and the influence other individuals had on his reign.

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To what extent was Tsar Nicholas II responsible for the outbreak of revolution in Russia in March 1917?
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Russian Empire Nicholas II of Russia Chivalry European people Grigori Rasputin Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny Russian Revolution February Revolution Alexander Protopopov Tsarina Alexandria Nicholas
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Russian Empire Nicholas II of Russia Chivalry European people Grigori Rasputin Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny Russian Revolution February Revolution Alexander Protopopov Tsarina Alexandria Nicholas
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However, there are several other contributing factors which started the revolution. The distrust of Tsarina, the influence of Rasputin, the work of revolutionary groups and the loss of World War I all impacted the Russian Revolution. History shows that Tsar Nicholas was considered a weak and fragile leader, hence his contribution to the Revolution. Due to the considerable size of both the land and population of Russia at the time, leading and governing Russia was a difficult process. Being the Tsar of Russia in his era meant that it was vital he was strong, willing and forceful to be able to be in control of the country, however his skills and his opinions were a sign of his weakness and vulnerability. His poor lack of judgement and his inability to make informe...
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