Why Did Russia Withdraw from World War 1?

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Russia had to withdraw from World War 1 because their time in the war was unsuccessful. They joined the war in 1914, and lost over one million men in the first year. Their second year in the war was just as difficult for Russia, with large percentages of Russian land and the population being forced under Austrian and German rule by the end of 1915. Russia's goal was to assist Serbia in the war, but it did not prove beneficial for Russia.
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