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The First World War and the February Revolution

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Revision tip and answer preparation

Revision tip

To make yourself familiar with the key facts and issues, merge the events of the February Revolution and the ten extra details into a single story. Decide where in the main narrative you could best place the ten extra details.

Answer preparation

As part of your revision, think about the arguments and facts you would use to explain:

  1. How the First World War affected Russia/the tsar.
  2. The story of the February Revolution.
  3. What were the short-term causes of the February Revolution of 1917?
  4. What did the tsar do to make a bad situation worse?
  5. How the First World War helped cause a revolution.

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