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Picture living in 12 below zero temperatures without food and heat These were the conditions for the Russian citizens during 1916 and 1917 People were starving without any food or heat and their children were off fighting in a war with over 1700000 dying men What were all of them fighting for The country Why would a fellow human being want to risk his life for the country when the country cannot even provide its citizens with enough food and heat The need for basic necessities such as bread and heat for the Russian citizens was not met by the Tsar during World War I which of course led to the peoples revolts and protests The Bolsheviks overthrew the Tsar which was what the people thrived forIn 1914 World War I had broken out The war unraveled when Serbia had attacked AustriaHungarian archduke Francis Ferdinand on June 28 1914 The Austrian-Hungarian Empire was furious and wanted to attack Serbia but they knew that they were allied with With that in mind they asked Germany if they will back them up in case Russia attacks The Germans agreed and Austria-Hungary attacked Serbia -Q-The Russia and Serbia decided to fight back so they met in an area presently called Poland located between Austria and Russia X-At this time in Russia the conditions were not well The past two winters were one of the hardest hit winters in recorded history The temperature between 1916 through 1917 averaged at 121 below zero Russias main transportation system was the train Trains had delivered coal and food to the cities There were 60000 train cars that took supplies into the cities and only 18 of that was available The low food supply forced theGovernment to supply one pound of bread per family Which caused an outbreak in society p 272-74 -F-Before 1917 Russia was dictated as a monarchy in which a ruler was a King or Queen passed down by generation
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