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Why were there two Revolutions in Russia in 1917? Why did the Bolsheviks Triumphs?
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Michael Cuthell 12PT Page 1 of 1 February '03
Why were there two Revolutions in Russia in 1917?
Why did the Bolsheviks Triumphs?
Throughout 1917 Russia, the country had suffered from many problems, firstly the issue of the two revolutions. The revolution of February 1917 was the first of the two. To most historians, it was referred to as the 'popular' revolution, or the 'spontaneous' revolution. This was due to the fact that most of the class representative parties wanted and indeed took part in the revolution. The representative parties did not endorse many of the Tsar's decisions; many people of the Russian public also felt this way. With the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, meant that Russian living conditions were gradually fading in the most appalling conditions. The Tsar's decisions pretty much isolated nearly every party of every class right the way across Russia. Many members within the social classes were losing faith in the leaders of their country, and also the members of the Duma realised their views and ideas wouldn't been seen through by the Tsar, even if this meant restoring confidence and loyalty from the Russian public.
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