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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

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Q: Which Russian Revolutionary became the leader of the Provisional Government of Russia in 1917 after the czar abdicated?
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Who was the Russian communist who overthrew the Russian monarchy?

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.


Who did the Bolsheviks seize power from in November 1917?

The Bolsheviks seized power from the Russian Provisional Government in November 1917 (October according to the Russian calendar). At that time the Provisional Government was headed by Alexander Kerensky.The Bolsheviks did not seize power from Tsar Nicholas II. Nicholas had already abdicated the previous March after the February Revolution. The Provisional Government was set up in place of the Tsar's government to maintain order and run the country until a new constitution could be writtenThe Bolsheviks seized power from the Russian Provisional Government in November 1917 (October according to the Russian calendar). At that time the Provisional Government was headed by Alexander Kerensky.The Bolsheviks did not seize power from Tsar Nicholas II. Nicholas had already abdicated the previous March after the February Revolution. The Provisional Government was set up in place of the Tsar's government to maintain order and run the country until a new constitution could be written.


Who was the French Revolutionary leader who took control of the government in 1917?

No French revolutionary took control of a government in 1917; however a Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin, took control of the Russian government in 1917.


How did the Russian Provisional Government rule and faile?

they ruled in a liberal fashion. equal rights etc..


What was One of the most important consequences of the Russian Revolution of 1905?

Establishment of the Duma provisional government.

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Who was the Russian communist who overthrew the Russian monarchy?

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.


Why did Russian communists overthrow their country's monarchy?

Russian communists were not heavily involved in the overthrow of the monarchy. The Tsar had already abdicated and handed power to a liberal provisional government who the communists overthrew. The Provisional government was established in March of 1917, the Bolshevik revolution was in October of 1917.


Which political group replaced the czar's monarchy during the Russian Revolution?

The first "political party" to replace the czar's monarchy was the Bolshevik Party. But technically, it did not "replace" the monarchy since the Czar had abdicated in March 1917. The Russian Provisional Government replace the monarchy as a government, not as a political party. The Russian Provisional Government, a government of ministers was the first "government" to replace the car's monarchy.


Who did the Bolsheviks take power from?

The Bolsheviks took power from the Russian Provisional Government then headed by Alexander Kerensky. They did not take power from the Tsar. The Tsar had already abdicated about 8 months earlier after the February Revolution resulting in the set up of the Provisional Government.


Who ruled after the czar?

The Russian Provisional Government headed by Prince Georgy Lvov and later by Alexander Kerensky ruled after the tsar abdicated in March 1917. In October 1917, the Provisional Government was overthrown and Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Party took over.


Did Lenin over thrown the Russian Czar?

No, the Tsar had been overthrown in March 1917. Lenin overthrew the Provisional Government which had been put in place after the Tsar abdicated.


Who did the Bolsheviks seize power from in November 1917?

The Bolsheviks seized power from the Russian Provisional Government in November 1917 (October according to the Russian calendar). At that time the Provisional Government was headed by Alexander Kerensky.The Bolsheviks did not seize power from Tsar Nicholas II. Nicholas had already abdicated the previous March after the February Revolution. The Provisional Government was set up in place of the Tsar's government to maintain order and run the country until a new constitution could be writtenThe Bolsheviks seized power from the Russian Provisional Government in November 1917 (October according to the Russian calendar). At that time the Provisional Government was headed by Alexander Kerensky.The Bolsheviks did not seize power from Tsar Nicholas II. Nicholas had already abdicated the previous March after the February Revolution. The Provisional Government was set up in place of the Tsar's government to maintain order and run the country until a new constitution could be written.


Who was the Czar at the time of the Russian Revolution?

By the time of Russian Revolution (October Revolution) the last Russian Czar Nicholas II had already abdicated the crown. From the time he had abandoned his place until October Revolution Russia had been ruled by the Provisional Government. Nicholas II abdicated the crown during February Revolution.


Who was the predecessor of Lenin?

If "predecessor of Lenin," is intended to mean predecessor as head of the Russian government, the answer would be Alexander Kerensky. Kerensky was the second person to head the Russian Provisional Government after Tsar Nicholas II abdicated. Tsar Nicholas II was NOT Lenin's predecessor.


What Russian czar was overthrown by the Bolshevik revolution?

Tsar Nicolas II of the Romanovs. No Russian czar was overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution. Czar Nicholas II abdicated the throne in March 1917 after the February Revolution. Then the Provisional Government was set up. Then on October 25-26, 1917 (Old Style), the Bolshevik Revolution overthrew the Provisional Government.


What where the two Russian Revolutions of World War 1?

The first was the February revolution in 1917, in which the Tsar abdicated and the Provisional Government took control. The second was the October Revolution, in the same year, at which the Bolshevik party led by Lenin overthrew the Provisional Government and set Communism. In 1922 they created the USSR.


Who was the 1917 Russian leader?

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.

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