Prince Georgi Lvov was the first leader of the Provisional Government but then he resigned and Alexander Kerensky took over until the October Revolution when Lenin and the Bolsheviks deposed it.
Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the second revolution, the one referred to as the October Revolution. Alexander Kerensky was leader of the Provisional Government at the time of the October Revolution.
Tsar Nicholas was the leader of Russia that the Revolution was against. After the February Revolution in 1917, the Provisional Government under Prince Georgy Lvov took over. Three months later Lvov resigned and Alexander Kerensky took over the Provisional Government, Five months later Lenin and the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government
Alexander Kerensky is a revolutionary leader of the February Revolution and he saw freedom of religion and change that the people deserve. He was made minister of Justice in the Provisional Government but in the November Revolution, it ended the Provisional Government and the power of Kerensky.
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Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks in engineering the October Revolution in Russia.Vladimir Lenin was the leader of the October Revolution, since he was the leader of the Bolshevik Party, which staged the coup to depose the Provisional Government of Russia.
Prince Georgy Lvov assumed power after the March, actually called the February Revolution, in Russia. The result of this revolution was that the Tsar of Russia abdicated the throne and the Provisional Government with Lvov as Prime Minister was set up to maintain order until the Constituent Assembly could be seated. About 3 months after Lvov took over, he resigned and Alexander Kerensky became the leader. In the October Revolution he and the Provisional Government were overthrown by Vladimir Lenin and his Bolshevik followers. Lenin did not take power after the February Revolution.
Tsar Nicholas II was the leader of Russia before the February Revolution of 1917. Alexander Kerensky, the head of the Provisional Government instituted after the Tsar abdicated his throne, was the leader before the October or Bolshevik Revolution.
Alexander Kerensky was head of the Russian Provisional Government and leader of Russia before the Communist Revolution in October 1917. Tsar Nicholas II had bee leader of Russia but he had already abdicated as a result of the February Revolution.
There were two leaders of the Russian Provisional Government after the February Revolution. First, Prince Georgy Lvov and then Alexander Kerensky.
So I did a little research and there were more than one leader during the Russian Revolution. They all served at different times. There were four leaders during the Russian Revolution: Tsar Nicholas II, Prince Georgy Lvov, Alexander Kerensky and Vladimir Lenin. The "Russian Revolution" consisted of two revolutions in 1917, one in February and one in October. Tsar Nicholas II was the leader of Russia at the beginning of the February Revolution. Prince Georgy Lvov became the leader of the Provisional Government after the February Revolution. Alexander Kerensky took over as leader of the Provisional Government when Lvov resigned three months later. Vladimir Lenin staged the October rebellion five months later, overthrowing Kerensky and the Provisional Government and he became the leader through the end of the October Revolution.