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The Russo-Japanese War was a humiliating defeat for Tsar Nicholas II and the Red Army
This angered the Russian people, as they already saw Tsar Nicholas as an unfit leader. The talk of revolution grew stronger.
Years later, World War 1 broke out. The war was rough for the Russians due to poor leadership. Tsar Nicholas II went to rally the troops, leaving leadership to his wife.
This allowed Rasputin to slowly take control of the entire kingdom, up until his assassination.
Starving and hungry, the citizens of Petrograd revolted and overthrew Tsar Nicholas, establishing a provisional government. This was the February Revolution.
The October Revolution was the Bolshevik Revolution, the establishment of communism in Russia. The prov. gov. was overthrown and replaced by Vladimir Lenin.
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