Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution

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  • March 8th, 1917
  •  Dear journal,   Today   every one tock to   the  street   to protest   about the way we live.    Hear is   a picture.
  • We want to have what we had before the 2nd World War
  •  Help me pleas!
  • Hear you go Michal, the crown!
  • Thank you this such such an honer but I want you to skip over me.
  • March 15th, 1917
  • Hello , I'm your stand in president!
  • We found the journal of someone who lived through the Russian Revolution!, So the dates are going to be in the Gregorian calendar. Let's take a look at the journal...
  •  The number of people who were protesting grew over the following week, but this ended in people being killed in the public.
  • Hi Im your new leader of the provincial govenment.
  • Do NOT trust Vladimir Lenin! He is a SPY, so is the Bolsheviks! we will put them in jail. Oka?
  • I accuse you of being a German agent!
  • I a NOT a German agent!
  • All of that protesting Tsar Nicholas 11 is being forced to give the throne to his brother Michael but he refuses to take the throne, because of this act it brings an end to the Romanov dynasty. Next they got a stand in government.
  • You have taken all of our power!, Happy!?
  • Yes, I am thankyou.
  • Vladimir Lenin comes back to become president again after being exiled and soon begins to get back power as leader of the Bolsheviks.
  • April 16th
  • Oka Mr.President!
  • After the July Days happened Aleksandr Kerensky became the provincial government, he got farad that the Bolsheviks were bad so he out loud accused him then Lenin was an a German agent. After numerous Bolshevik members went to jail.
  • July 16th - 20th
  • The Russian Commander told his troops to march on the Petrograd on what he sees as a Bolshevik threat. The move is put down by Kerensky and his loyal troops, they keep swarming the Bolsheviks but soon the people notice the pain they are going though so they take there side.The government declares that the power had gon to the soviets, so Kerensky flees.
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