What Was the Outcome of the Russian Revolution?

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The immediate result of the Russian revolution was the overthrow of the Provisional Government. Another important outcome included the final withdrawal of Russia from World War 1. They also had to sign the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk and handing over large areas of the old Tsarist Empire to German control in March 1918.
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