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      • The existing social imbalance, political system, and economic issues, coupled with the effects of the Great War, explicitly caused the March Revolution of 1917 that led to the abdication of Nicholas II and the establishment, albeit temporary, of a democracy.
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  2. Apr 09, 2020 · The overwhelming cause of the Russian Revolution of 1917 was the inefficiency and failure of the czarist regime in the World War I military effort. This was exacerbated by corruption in the government and a scarcity of food that caused riots to break out first in the capital city of Petrograd and then in other cities.

  3. The war also caused severe food and fuel shortages for the people. Suffering through a Russian winter without food or heat was enough to anger even the most patient of souls. When the peasants and...

  4. 1. March Revolution From 1894 to 1917, Russia was ruled by Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. During time of innovation, Russia was still clinging to it’s old ways, one of the reasons why the March Revolution of 1917, was called the February Revolution due to the different calendar Russia was using at the time.

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