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This document covers all dot points for VCE Revolutions: The Russian Revolution. I used this document to answer practice questions, and also to prepare for my SAC and Final exam, as I preferred to have a document that was well structured and could easily be accessed for information. I received a 37 in Revolutions

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Russian Empire Russian Revolution Chivalry Russian Provisional Government Politics Nicholas II of Russia Russia February Revolution State Duma Alexander Kerensky October Revolution Kornilov affair
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Russian Empire Russian Revolution Chivalry Russian Provisional Government Politics Nicholas II of Russia Russia February Revolution State Duma Alexander Kerensky October Revolution Kornilov affair
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• For every 1000 inhabitants there were 4 state officials. • With over 100 million peasants in 1900 there were less than 1852 police sergeants and 6875 whereas the 40000 peasant constables were essentially useless. • 1.5% middle class, 12% nobility, 4% workers, 0.5% ruling class Historian Views • “The Tsarist regime was pregnant with irreconcilable internal contradictions that it had no capacity to resolve.” - Hasegawa • “The Tsarist regime’s downfall was not inevitable; but its own stupidity made it so.” - Figes • “The collapse of Tsarism, while not improbable, was certainly not inevitable.” - Pipes • “Proved to be too rigid and unwieldy.” - Figes • “The Romanov regime fell under the weights of its own internal contradictions. It was not overthrown.” - Figes • “The country had so radically ...
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