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Analyze the causes of 1917 February/March Russian Revolution. Essay Plan Hara Connell & Jasmine Montebon. Introduction . Brief historical c ontent of Russia before the outbreak of February/March Revolution Tsar Nicholas World War 1 State of Russian People (attitude and views). Thesis .

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analyze the causes of 1917 february march russian revolution

Analyze the causes of 1917 February/March Russian Revolution

Essay Plan

Hara Connell & Jasmine Montebon

introduction
Introduction
  • Brief historical content of Russia before the outbreak of February/March Revolution
    • Tsar Nicholas
      • World War 1
    • State of Russian People (attitude and views).
thesis
Thesis

The February/March Revolution of 1917 was caused by a culmination of over a century of political, social, and economic issues.

second paragraph
Second Paragraph
  • Political
    • Growing sense of Political social awareness in cities
    • Public Dissatisfaction with home front governance
      • Tsarina Alexandra
      • Rasputin
    • Military Failures (Tsar Nichols)
third paragraph
Third Paragraph
  • Social
    • Military failures (Russo-Japanese War and WW1)
      • Lowered morale of soldiers & citizens
    • Treatment of Peasants
      • No training, lack of weapons (War)
      • Land ownership
    • Poor working conditions for city workers
    • Bloody Sunday
fourth paragraph
Fourth Paragraph
  • Economic
    • Food Shortages
    • Challenges of total war
    • Scarce commodities (Overstretched railroad)
    • German refugees
    • Inflation
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Conclusion
    • Restate thesis
      • Abdication of the Tsar
      • Road to communism