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Women of the Russian Revolution, 1917. My great grandparents were there ~~ my grandfathers parents on my mothers side.

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Russian Revolution of 1917.jpg: Bolsheviks march on Red Square beginning the Civil War between "Red" (Bolsheviks) and "White" (anti Bolshevik) factions and led to the Abdication of Nicholas II, Collapse of the Imperial Government, Collapse of the Provisional Government, with the Bolsheviks utlimately victorious in establishing the USSR in 1922 - the first communist state.

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Alexandra Kollontai was a Russian revolutionary and one of the main leaders of the Bolshevik Party during the Russian Revolution of 1917. In 1920-21 she was a leader of the Workers' Opposition within the party. From 1923 onwards she withdrew from directly political activity and became a Soviet diplomat and ambassador to Norway, Mexico and Sweden. Kollontai played a pioneering role in analysing the oppression of women from a socialist and Marxist perspective and in developing political work…

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Russian Revolution, 1917. Russian troops firing on demonstrators with machine guns, June 4, 1917, by Karl Karlovich Bulla At least 700 people were killed or wounded....while Lenin went into hiding. This is significant because it shows the political tension of Russia at the beginning of the twentieth century. It shows how the military treated its people and that demonstrators are unhappy with their current state (poverty and limited rights).

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1917 Russian Revolution the led to the arrest of Tsar Nicholas Alexandrovich Romanov (1868-1918) Russia.& in 1918 the murder of Tsar Nicholas II, his wife & children by Greg Sill, Working at Smithtown School District.

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Two revolutions, the first of which, in February (March, New Style), overthrew the imperial government and the second of which, in October (November), placed the Bolsheviks in...

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What Happened During the 1917 Russian Revolutions?

Street barricade with artillery during the February 1917 Russian Revolution - (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images)

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Russian Empire (Imperial States of America)

Russian Empire (Imperial States of America) - Alternative History Protests during the Revolution of 1917

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Students are asked to:Step1: Briefly explain each eventStep 2: Next to each CAUSE mark a number 1 through 8. #1 representing the biggest contributing factor that propelled Russia in the 1917 Revolution and #8, representing the least motivating factory.Step 3: ELABORATE on why you assigned a #1, 2, and 3 to the events that you did.Step 4: Short Essay response or discussion question

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The Russian Revolution: the overthrow of the Tsar, March 1917. Military personnel and civilians reading news-sheets issued by the Duma after the Tsar'’s abdication.

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Lev Davidovich Trotsky (1879-1940), Russian Marxist Revolutionary and Theorist, Soviet Politician, and the Founder and First Leader of the Red Army.

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