Russian revolution

Russian revolution
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  • February Revolution
  • Dual Power
  • April Theses
  • Between the 14th and 28th February 1917 Hundreds of thousands of workers went on strike, the workers wanted higher wages which couldn't be given. this led to many riots. Kerensky demanded that the Tsar abdicate
  • July Days
  • With the Tsar now abdicated and no longer around the provisional government and the petrograd soviet were left to lead Russia together. however ovet time the two powers began to split. The provisional government were left with little power and didn't have the ability to pass laws thus the country began to fall out of order.
  • Kornilov Revolt
  • October Revolution
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