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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.

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