The Russian Revolution : A Result Of The Disregard

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The Russian Revolution: As a result of The Disregard For The Voice of the Russian Civilians The Russian Revolution will be forever remembered as a significant part of Russia’s history due to its significant impact on her government and people.It is agreed apon that Russians did revolt against their government because of the deterioration of the overall economic and social strength of Russia. Famine was at an all time high and civilians struggled to receive supplies during World War I to support their families.Simultaneously, the Duma which was part of Russia’s provisional government created after the first wave of revolution in 1905, was experiencing conflict with Czar Nicholas II over what was best for the country. Historians have yet to come to a consensus about the cause of the factors that led to the Russian revolution. Although some believe that the freedom of the peasants from serfdom in 1861 was the primary cause of the Russian Revolution, it was Czar Nicholas’ II poor leadership of Russian military and government during World War I that truly started the series of revolutions that took place in Russia during 1917. Czar Nicholas II’s poor leadership was displayed even from the start of his reign. He was responsible for ruling over all of Russia that would promote national success, however he took an ample amount of advice and suggestion from his teachers with hardly any knowledge about how to run a government, and limited the opportunity for opposing public opinion. From the beginning of his reign “he intended to maintain the autocratic system. He continued the suppression of opposition, the persecution of religious minorities, and the Russification of the borderlands”As a result of the czar’s unpractical lead... ... middle of paper ... ... that the abolishing of serfdom was not the most influential factor of the Revolution in comparison to the poor Russian leadership that exacerbated conditions that ultimately led to the revolution. The poor leadership of the Russian military and government during World War I was the true catalyst of the Russian Revolutions rather than the claim that the freedom of the peasants from serfdom in 1861 was the primary cause of the Russian Revolution as stated by some historians.The government did not well equip their military for success and sacrificed the trust of their people pushed forward with adgends and were unrealistic and had little support. From this leaders can learn that the success of an agenda is most effective if it is supported by the people as shown by the product of the unsuccess Czars agenda further resulting in the Russian Revolution.

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