Why was revolution inevitable by 1917?

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  • Why was revolution inevitable by 1917
    • Life at home
      • Strikes!
      • Tsarina
        • Not popular
        • Ignorant
        • Rasputin
        • German
      • Forced conscription
        • Families devistated
      • Food shortages
        • Queues
      • Tsar
        • Not in Russia
        • Refused to listen to the Duma
      • Collapse of Governmant
        • Rasputin takes bribes
      • Soldier loss
        • Morale loss
        • Widows pension cancelled
      • No peasants to farm land
        • Those left had to give up grain
      • Bad transport
        • Lack of food
          • Inflation prices
    • Front line
      • Poorly equipt men
        • Men went over the top with no weapens
        • Food
        • clothes
        • Some had to take guns off the dead
        • Weapons
      • Conscription
        • Muslim Revolt
      • Incompetant generals
      • Heavy losses
        • Morale loss
        • Tannenberg August 1914
        • Masurian Lakes September 1914
        • 500,000 killed or taken prisoner
          • Tannenberg August 1914
          • Masurian Lakes September 1914
      • Tsar appointed himself as commander in cheif
        • Blame of defaet put on Tsar
      • Men left to die even when they had fought for their contry
        • Heavy losses
          • Morale loss
          • 500,000 killed or taken prisoner

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