1917 The Provisional Government

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  • 1917 The Provisional Government
    • Alexander Kerensky
    • Petrograd Soviets
      • The April Thesis
        • "Peace, Bread and Land" " All power to the Soviets"
    • Kornilov Coup
      • Success for Bolsheviks - They were able to be freed from prison and obtained the equipment to gain back their power.
        • Petrograd Soviets
          • The April Thesis
            • "Peace, Bread and Land" " All power to the Soviets"
      • Failure for Alexander Kerensky - Kornilov was in such a panic from revolting Russian people he called upon the Bolsheviks to help him succeed, assuming they would not take advantage of their weaponry and freedom.
        • Alexander Kerensky
    • July Days
      • Success for Alexander Kerensky - It demobilised the Bolsheviks. Peasants chanted Bolshevik slogans and as a result Kerensky arrested the Bolshevik party and Lenin Fled to Finland.
      • October Revolution
        • Success for the Bolsheviks  - They put the Social Revolutionaries at gunpoint. This allowed the Bolsheviks to rid the constituent assembly and gain power over the other potential leaders of Russia.
          • Failure for Kerensky - Kerensky left Russia when he had herd the Bolsheviks had seized power.
          • October Revolution 1905
            • Failure for Alexander Kerensky - Once Kerensky heard that the Bolsheviks were about to seize Russia he fled to Switzerland from embarrassment proving he was a cowardly leader who was clearly unable to defend himself from the Bolsheviks.
            • Success for the Bolsheviks - They had used the guns given to them by Kornilov in the Kornilov coup and pointed them to the social revolutionariesand the rest of the Prov Gov. Giving them the power as they had the support of the army and the guns in their hands.
        • Failure for the Petrograd Soviets -  Bolsheviks were arrested and their leader Lenin fled from panic which not only demobilised them but meant no progression to their succession in the Provisional Government was possible.
          • July Days
            • Success for Alexander Kerensky - It demobilised the Bolsheviks. Peasants chanted Bolshevik slogans and as a result Kerensky arrested the Bolshevik party and Lenin Fled to Finland.

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