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The 1917 revolution in Russia was a true display of the peoples anger For years the oppression that they suffered at the hands of the out-dated autocracy had left them with lots of energy to release but with very little room to free it The start of World War One was seen as a God-send for the Tsar for it distracted the Russians from their incompetent ruler and united them all against a common enemy the Germans However Nicholas relief was short lived for his failure in being a good head-of-state was more than over shadowed by his gross lack of military skills The Russians anger boiled over when news of devastating defeats reached the city and Tsar Nicholas 11 eventually abdicated from the throne ending the countrys autocratic rule World War One was instrumental in the revolutions success but if the war had not occurred would the Romanovs still be ruling today First lets see what facts would support this theory Stolypin who was Russias Prime Minister during quite a volatile period was keen on the idea of helping the people of his country while still wanting to maintain the autocracys rule First off he abolished the much hated redemption payments which gave the emancipated serfs more freedom with their money and time This was a genuine effort to please the peasants thus hopefully reducing the probability of a revolution Not only did he do this about he also set up a clever plan to build a class of rich farmers known as the Kulak class These farmers would be there to quell any revolution ideas and tensions thus eliminating the threat of any sort of uprising This strategy was designed to tackle the revolution from its roots instead of working from the top all the way down to the bottom Russia had horrendous working conditions which could often leave employees without the right number of fingers on their hands To
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