They aren't revolutionaries in the true sense of the word but first Prince Georgy Lvov and then Alexander Kerensky led the Russian Provisional Government after the Tsar abdicated in March 1917.
Vladimir Lenin is the Russian revolutionary who took control of the country in October 1917 (O.S.) by ousting the Provisional Government
Prince Georgy Lvov was the first leader of Russia after the fall of the Czar. He headed the Provisional Government for the first 3 months of its existence immediately after Czar Nicholas II abdicated. Later, Alexander Kerensky took over the Provisional Government for the next 3 months. Then Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government and Lenin became the leader. In any event the very first leader of Russia "after the fall of Czarist Russia" was Prince Georgy Lvov and the Provisional Government.
After Nicholas II was arrested, the politicians in the Duma decided to give a lead to Russia. They set up the 'Provisional Government' until elections could be held later in 1917 for the 'Constituent Assembly.' The Constituent Assembly was intended to write a new constitution to govern Russia under a democratically elected government. The Provisional Government was not very effective and did not satisfy the revolutionary demands of the soldiers, workers and peasants. When the Provisional Government lost the support of the people, Lenin and his Bolsheviks took power from the Provisional Government. The Bolsheviks survived the Russian Civil War and retained power from then on.
Prince Georgy Lvov became the immediate leader of Russia as head of the Provisional Government after the Czar was overthrown. Three months later Alexander Kerensky took over. About three months after that the Bolsheviks overthrew Kerensky and the Provisional Government and Vladimir Lenin became the leader of Russia.
There were three governments in Russia in 1917. The Tsarist regime was the government in Russia at the beginning of 1917. The Provisional Government took over after Tsar Nicholas II abdicated as a result of the February Revolution. Lenin and the Bolsheviks became the governing authority when they deposed the Provisional Government in the October Revolution and remained in power past the end of 1917.
Tsar Nicholas II was the leader until March 1917 when he abdicated. Then the Provisional Government headed first by Prince Georgi Lvov and then Alexander Kerensky led Russia until October 1917. Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks (later called Communists) overthrew the Provisional Government in the October Revolution on October 25-26, 1917 and led Russia through the end of the war.Nicholas II was the czar of Russia at the start of World War II. A revolution erupted in Russia and Vladimir Lenin came to power with the Bolshevics.Tsar Nicholas II.Tsar Nicholas II.
There were several. Up until March 7, 1917, the Russian leader was Tsar Nicholas II. Once he abdicated the throne, the Provisional Government took charge with Prince Georgy Lvov as its leader. Three months later, Lvov stepped down and Alexander Kerensky became the leader of the Provisional Government. About 5 months after that, Vladimir Leninr became the leader when he and the Bolsheviks deposed the Provisional Government and took control of the country.
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.
The Provisional Government led Kerensky became unpopular in Russia due to the influence exercised by industrialists and landowners in its functioning. Initially the Bolsheviks supported the government. However, discontent grew and the Provisional government took strict action to control rising discontent. Factory committees and trade unions were formed along with soldiers ' committees. Leaders of workers were arrested by the government and popular demonstration by Bolsheviks in 1917 was repressed. There were also fears that the government could set up a dictatorship. All these factors led to the unpopularity of the government and contributed towards the October Revolution in 1917.
Lenin became Russia's leader because Nicholas II was kicked off the throne by Lenin's followers.
There were two revolutions in 1917. His response to the first one, the February Revolution, was to abdicate his throne and step down as Czar. He had no response to the second revolution, the October Revolution, since he was a virtual prisoner of first the Provisional Government then a real prisoner of the Bolsheviks who overthrew the Provisional Government.
The Soviet Union was founded after World War I (1914-1919) in 1922. As a result, there was no Soviet leader in World War I. The Russian Leader from 1914-1917 was Czar Nicholas II Romanov of the Russian Empire. He was overthrown in 1917 in the Russian Revolutions, which created a power vacuum from 1917-1922, filled by several interim presidents like Alexander Kerensky.
the Soviet Union became the worlds first communist state