Was the Tsar's decision to become commander-in-chief a mistake?

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  • Created on: 23-04-16 17:06


  • Any failure that would result from any battle/the war would be directly associated with the Tsar
    -so it made him more vulnerable to revolution as he would be the one associated with teh failure of Russia
    -So, it put his position and security on the line
    -especially because everyone was expecting the to win, even if their strategies were not that good as they were great in number
    -can be seen as leading all the peasants to death (as most of the soldiers were from the peasantry)
  • Could not supervise back at home
    -to mabe have prevented a revolution from simmering (or from simmering so quickly)
    -So, it


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