1917 Revolutions. Started with bread. A lack of bread to be precise Disturbances in food lines of freezing, frustrated shoppers in St. Petersburg (now Petrograd ) erupted in violence People soon clashed with the police. Military Joins in.
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Upon arrival, Lenin immediately attacked the provisional government "all power to the Soviets"
Alexander Kerensky made Minister of War
Lvov ordered Kerensky to end the treasonous demonstrations of the Bolsheviks and Lenin
JULY RIOTS: Kerenski's soldiers put down the Bolsheviks with a vengeance. Shocked, the Russian people demanded Lvov step down.
Lenin fled to Finland to avoid arrest by Kerensky’s soldiers