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The Response to the Outbreak of the War. Beattie, Mikayla , Natasha, Julia. Popular discontent w ith the political and economic circumstances forgotten. People prayed, shouted, carried flags – Long Live Russia. Bowed to Tsar. Repaired division between Tsar and people.

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the response to the outbreak of the war

The Response to the Outbreak of the War

Beattie, Mikayla, Natasha, Julia

response 1 public support

Popular discontent with the political and economic circumstances forgotten.

  • People prayed, shouted, carried flags – Long Live Russia.
  • Bowed to Tsar. Repaired division between Tsar and people.
  • Bruce Lockhart, British vice-consul in Moscow – ‘Revolution was not even a distant possibility’.
Response 1- Public Support
response 2 durnovo s warnings

Durnovo was a member of the upper class through his role in bureaucracy.

  • Later became a minister of the interior under prime minister Witte.
  • Durnovo provided the clearest warming to Nicholas of the grave dangers involved in war.
  • In February 1914 he argued that Russia would be irreparably damaged whether it won or lost.
  • He said “If Russia lost, the financial and economic consequences of defeat can be neither calculated or foreseen.”
  • It will undoubtedly spell total disintegration of our entire national economy.
  • If Russia won the war the only benefit would be the easy defeat or the socialist movement.
Response 2- Durnovo’s Warnings
lenin s condemnation

Lenin declared the war to be merely another example of the wealthy bourgeois upper class manipulating the toiling masses for their gain.

  • “We summon you to a social revolution.” –Lenin
  • He called for the immediate formation of socialist groups that would go to the front to win over their fellow workers.
  • Lenin’s approach received little support.
Lenin’s Condemnation
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