Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution
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  • In March, 1917, the workers started a huge riot because they were tired of the government and their wars, along with the fact that they were short on material.
  • The march revolution succeeds because the former head of the government, Czar, steps down. A provsional government, which is a temporary government, was set up to replace the old one.
  • V. I. Lenin and his supporters, the Bolsheviks came back to Russia after his exhile and took control of the political matters in Russia.
  • People who did not agree with the Bolsheviks united and formed the white army. There were different groups of white armies that supported different systems, but they all fought the Bolsheviks red army.
  • Lenin made the New Economic Policy which allowed small private investment owners to sell their items instead of giving it to the government.
  • After Lenin falls ill, Bolsheviks work to assume control over the communist party. From 1922 to 1927, Stalin built up his power, then by 1928, he became a powerful dictator ruling the communist party and Russia.
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