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When was the start of the Russian offensive against Austria? (1917).
June 16th.
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When did Lenin flee to Finland? (1917).
June 29th.
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When was the July Days and the Bolshevik uprising? (1917).
July 3rd-6th.
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When did Lenin return to Petrograd? (1917).
July 4th.
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When did Kerensky become Prime Minister? (1917).
July 8th.
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When did Kornilov become Commander-in-Chief? (1917).
July 18th.
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When did the Provisional Government release Bolsheviks that were held since the July Days? (1917).
August 30th.
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When was the Kornilov march on Petrograd abandoned? (1917).
September 1st.
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The Bolsheviks gain a majority in the Petrograd Soviet? (1917).
September 25th.
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When did the Petrograd Soviet set up the Military Revolutionary Committee? (1917).
October 9th.
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When did the MRC delpoy armed units in and around Petrograd? (1917).
October 20th.
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When did Kerensky move against the Bolsheviks by attempting to close down Pravda and Izvestiya? (1917).
October 23rd.
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When did Lenin instruct the Bolsheviks to begin the rising against Kerensky's government? (1917).
October 23rd.
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When was the first session of the All-Russian Congress of Soviets and Lenin declared Provisional Government was deposed? (1917).
October 25th.
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When did the Bolsheviks take control of Petrograd? (1917).
October 24th-25th.
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