What were the causes of the Russian Revolution?

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The Russian Revolution was characterised by the soldiers boycott against the Tsar in March, 1917. The First World War strained the Russian government and economy and the mismanagement of the war gravely affected the people and all blame was on the Tsar, which also led to the Russian Revolution.
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To date there are three known periods termed as Russian Revolutions. The first in 1905 involved a series of strikes against Czar Nicolas II. Look here for more information:
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The major cause was defeat in the Great War, defeat coupled with all the social and economic disorder that large scale, long term, war brings in the modern industrial age. Smaller
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Russia in the late nineteenth / early twentieth century was a massive empire, stretching from Poland to the Pacific, and home in 1914 to 165 million people of many languages religions
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The Russian Revolution took place in 1917, during the final phase of World War I. It removed Russia from the war and brought about the transformation of the Russian Empire into the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), replacing Russia’s... More »
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