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    • The Russian Revolution Karl Marx’s Big Day!
    • Before the War… • Russia was already experiencing discontent. • Unlike other global powers, Russia really missed out on the Enlightenment and its ideals of freedom and equality. • The poor were upset over economic, political, and social issues.
    • The trifecta of problems… • The three largest problems were: • High Taxes • Unsafe Working Conditions • And a Lack of Political Rights. • What does this sound like?
    • Because of the war…. • The Russians were also upset with the destruction the war was causing. • The Germans just kept coming, no matter how many Russians died in fighting. • The Germans had better weapons.
    • The Czar • Czar Nicholas II had already dealt with a minor rebellion early on. • He was not very popular and he began to lose control of his unlimited monarchy.
    • The “Bolshevik” Revolution • In 1917, the poor and workers in Russia revolted in the Bolshevik (Russian) Revolution. • The Czar and his family were murdered.
    • Vladimir Lenin • Lenin, and the Bolsheviks, withdrew Russia from the war. • In 1918, they signed a peace treaty with Germany.
    • The Results… • When Russia quit fighting, the British and French were all that kept Germany from winning the war. • They needed allies desperately.