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. LENIN The okhrana lo seguía porque estaba en contra del Tsar, su hno fue asesinado por la okhrana por el mismo motive y lenin se convierte en la voz contraria del provisional government. He livedin Siberia in exile. He had two slogans: peace, bread and land that was what the society wants and all the power to the soviets that were the ordinary people. He entered to Russia with a false passportin a German train. Lenin programmes a document with the Bolshevik idea.
There was a political group that after was divided in two because they had different ideas: Bolsheviks and Mensheviks. In thefirst one Lenin was the most important figure.
DUMAIn 1906 Nicholas didn’t agree with the proposal (reform radical land) made by the Duma so he close it down.In 1907 Nicholas reopen the Duma,changing the vote so ordinary people couldn’t vote.And 4. Were more conservative than before so lasted longer. Stolypin change the electoral law so the very rich could vote. Lenin in power October 1917Leninwas convinced it was time to Bolsheviks to seize power. 6 November the red guards took control of post offices, bridges and state banks. (Trotsky). November stormed the winter palace and arrestedministers of provisional government. Kerensky (exiled)
1917 they have to took decisions between war and peace, land or not, bread or no. February- march Its revolutions started in Petrograd with riotsby strikers, the tsar sent orders to use force and many people died. Some troops, mutinied the tsar. Mobs took public buildings; Nicholas sent more troops so it made more violence and confrontations.Nicholas was forced to abdicate the throne. Duma took up a provisional government with prince Lvov as the prime minister. In July Kerensky took decisions that were unpopularity because they didn’t doreforms in land, war, inflation. July days A protest led by Bolshevik members, they didn’t want the war. When soldiers and industrial workers engaged in spontaneous demonstrations against the Russian...
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