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Causes of Russian Revolution Essay

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Essay question: To what extent was the Russian Revolution caused by individuals. Use evidence and historians’ views to support your answer.

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Russian Empire Chivalry Nicholas II of Russia European people House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Grigori Rasputin February Revolution Russian Revolution Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny State Duma Alexander Kerensky Mikhail Rodzianko Vladimir Lenin Nicholas II
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Russian Empire Chivalry Nicholas II of Russia European people House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Grigori Rasputin February Revolution Russian Revolution Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny State Duma Alexander Kerensky Mikhail Rodzianko Vladimir Lenin Nicholas II
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Use evidence and historians’ views to support your answer. The revolutionary situation that occurred in Russia in 1917 was significantly influenced and caused by different individuals to a vast extent. Tsar Nicholas II was a man that was opposed to reforms, wanting to pass down the same Russia he received when he was coroneted to his son. Many Russians disagreed with this decision as they pushed for crucial reforms. Additionally, when Tsarina Alexandra had brief rule over Russia alongside her confidante, Rasputin, many of the choices made angered the people. After the events of the February revolution, the Provincial Government assumed power, however, they did not have the support of the people; this was placed with the Soviets. This brought about tensions between Kerensky and Lenin, resulting in the October revolution. The Tsar of Russia is se...
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