Tsar Nicolas II orders the government to shoot all the people at the march on the Winter Palace, thus causing bloody Sunday.
Short term cause
WE NEED MORE FOOD!
A long term cause was the overwhelming peasant agriculture nature of the Russian population and economy. Most of the population were poor peasants after the emancipation of the serfs, and people, especially the rich, wanted to improve Russia by demanding more funds from the government.
February/March 1917 Revolution
A short term cause was Bloody Sunday where Tsar Nicolas II ordered the government to shoot the rebellion down. This outraged the people and caused them to want to revolt more.
October 1917 Revolution
Bloody Sunday caused the people to become angry at their government and want someone to overthrow them.
The Bolsheviks should take over already.
Bloody Sunday Massacres the People
The February 1917 Revolution was caused by a shortage of food and the anger with the czarist regime. People took to the streets and revolted until the government changed.
GET RID OF THE CZARIST REGIME!
The October 1917 Revolution brought about the rule of the fan-favorite Bolshevik party, led by Lenin.