World War One

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  • World War One
    • Defeats
      • Initial enthusiasm was lost after losses at Tannenberg and Malsurian Lakes
      • The Tsar took charge of the army and therefore took blame for their failures
      • Russian forces outnumbered the enemy yet lacked equiment
      • 8 million men died
    • Economic and Social Impacts
      • Food prices rose but wages didn't
      • To pay for the war, the government introduced how much money was printed. This caused the rouble to lose its worth
      • Not enough transport to keep up with demands for food.
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