In March of 1917, food shortages and civil unrest led to the abdication of Czar Nicholas II. Months later, the provisional government was overthrown by the Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin. More »

The most widely documented significant outcome of the Russian Revolution of 1917 is the fall of the Russian Empire and the beginning of Marxian socialism under Vladimir Lenin and his Bolshevik revolutionaries. This marke... More »

The Russian Revolution refers to a series of revolutionary actions that took place between March 8, 1917 and Nov. 8, 1917. It started with the February Revolution and ended with the October, or Bolshevik, Revolution. Bot... More »

The 1917 Russian Revolution resulted in the overthrow of the monarchy of Czar Nicholas II, the rise to power of the Russian Bolsheviks led by Vladimir Lenin and the withdrawal of Russia from World War I. A civil war in R... More »

According to the History Channel, the Russian revolutions of 1917 led to the withdrawal of Russia from the first World War, a civil war between factions inside Russia, the rise of Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks and th... More »

The most widely documented significant outcome of the Russian Revolution of 1917 is the fall of the Russian Empire and the beginning of Marxian socialism under Vladimir Lenin and his Bolshevik revolutionaries. This marke... More »

The History Channel explains that the Russian Revolution was comprised of two smaller revolutions, the first of which led to the overthrowing of Nicholas II, the last Russian czar, and the second of which was led by Vlad... More »