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Russia Leaders Historical Inquiry

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This assignment details, for each of the Russian leaders Nicholas II, Kerensky, Lenin and Stalin, their life up to achieving power, maintaining their power, and if relevant how they lost their power. It also gives each leaders stated economic, political and social policies and the reality of these policies.

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Russian Revolution Russian Empire Politics Russian Provisional Government European people Alexander Kerensky February Revolution October Revolution Kornilov affair Russian Constituent Assembly April Theses Vladimir Lenin Nicholas II Inquiry Nicholas
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He was related to several of the monarchs in Europe, including the rulers of Denmark, Greece and the United Kingdom. On the 1 st of March 1881 his grandfather, Tsar Alexander II, was assassinated, at which point Nicholas II became the heir to the Russian Empire (the Tsarevich). In 1884 he had a coming of age ceremony that was held at the Winter Palace, in which he pledged his loyalty to his father. Despite the fact that he was the heir to the throne, Nicholas’ father didn’t properly prepare him for his future role as Tsar. He attended the State Council, and because his father was only in his forti...
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