No French revolutionary took control of a government in 1917; however a Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin, took control of the Russian government in 1917.
Paul Miliukov was a leader of the Kadet Party and the Foreign Minister of the 1917 Russian Provisional government. He resigned his position in May of 1917.
Tsar Nicholas II was the first leader overthrown as a result of the February Revolution in Russia in 1917. Alexander Kerensky, head of the Russian Provisional Government was the second leader overthrown as a result of the October Revolution in 1917.
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks, the group that gained control of the Provisional Russian government in 1917.
The Bolsheviks or Russian Democratic Workers Party seized control of the Russian government in November 1917. Vladimir I. Lenin was the leader of this party.
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No Russian communist overthrew the Russian monarchy. The Tsar abdicated in March 1917 after the February Revolution. A non-communist Provisional Government was then set up. In October 1917, the Russian Communist leader overthrew the Provisional Government. The Russian monarchy had already been overthrown.
Vladimir I. Lenin became the leader of the Soviet Union after the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Vladimir Lenin became the leader of the Bolsheviks in July of 1902. He became the leader of the Russian government on November 8, 1917.
There were two such leaders. The first was Prince Georgy L'vov (March 2, 1917 to July 9, 1917) and Alexander Kerensky (July 9, 1917 to October 25, 1917)