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  1. 1. Sandra CashMailbox 108 I. Introduction II. Before the Bolshevik Revolution A. Nicholas II World War I where people become discourage and this would lead to the revolution. III. Beginning of the Bolshevik Revolution A. The Romanov family moving from place to palace IV. End of the Bolshevik Revolution A. The execution of the Romanov family V. ConclusionMy paper will be from the perspective of a palace servant of Nicholas II. The paper willlook at before, during and after the Bolshevik revolution. It will deal with how NicholasII took 11 million people into World War I where the people became discourage by howmany people they lost. Then it will look at all the Romanov family moves from palace topalace. Finally, it will look at when Nicholas II and his family is executed. The servantwill look at both sides of the Bolshevik revolution.Working BibliographyActon, Edward, V. I͡U Cherni͡aev, and William G Rosenberg. Critical Companion to the Russian Revolution, 1914-1921. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997. Print.BBC. "BBC-History-Historic Figures." Nicholas ii (1868-1918). BBC, 2011. Web. 20 Feb 2012. <>.
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