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Why Tsar S Government Overthrown March 1917 Essay

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Tsar Nicholas ii had absolute power and believed in autocracy. Many groups had tried to persuade or force him to share power. Most Russians lived in poverty even before the First World War which was one cause of the downfall of the Tsar's government.

Many of the Russian people disliked the way that the Tsar ruled. The promises of the October Manifesto weren't fulfilled and the Tsar cheated his own people. He believed that only he and his family could rule. The Tsar created the parliament called the Duma after the 1905 Revolution but in reality this had ...

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