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Russia & The Soviet Union Syllabus Notes

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Russian Revolution Russian Provisional Government Politics Russia Petrograd Soviet Alexander Kerensky October Revolution Kornilov affair February Revolution Russian Constituent Assembly April Theses July Days Lenin Stalin
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Russian Revolution Russian Provisional Government Politics Russia Petrograd Soviet Alexander Kerensky October Revolution Kornilov affair February Revolution Russian Constituent Assembly April Theses July Days Lenin Stalin
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Tsar able to sedate uprisings in 1905 with small concessions 1917 lost support of armed forces, moderate politicians, socialists and most of Russian people. - Feb revolution spontaneous expression of dissatisfaction among urban workers, vulnerability of Tsar exposed when PG and PS seized power with little opposition. - Russia’s problems did not vanish with Tsar however, and PG (in dual authority with PS) proved unable to address quickly the main concerns of war, hunger and land, instead opting to delay crucial decisions until the election of a Constituent Assembly in Nov. - While revolution was accepted by most socialists in Petrograd, Lenin’s return in April injected further radicalism to the Left by providing a revolutionary programme and a clear agenda of non-cooperation with the PG, which suffered a series of debilitating crises. - Decline of PG was ...
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