Russian Revoltion : October 1917


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  • Russian Revolution : October 1917
    • Pre-revolution
      • February revolution
        • Abdication of the Tsar
          • Created provisional government and dual authority
      • Lenin's April thesis
        • 'Peace, Bread and Land'
        • 'All power to the soviets'
        • abandon co-operation with other parties
        • work for a true revolution by their own efforts
        • Over throw the PG
        • Give power to the workers
      • The July days
        • A protest in Petrograd that turned into a failed challenge against the PG
        • The Bolsheviks were blamed, sending the leaders back into exile
      • The summer offensive
        • The July days
          • A protest in Petrograd that turned into a failed challenge against the PG
          • The Bolsheviks were blamed, sending the leaders back into exile
        • A failed offensive on the eastern front which caused the July days
      • The Kornilov affair
        • General Kornilov
    • Revolution and aftermath
      • Informed the Soviet congress that they were the central authority in Russia with Lenin as the chief minister
      • The Bolsheviks stormed the Winter palace and took control of the government on October 27

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