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What were the causes of the Russian Revolution in March 1917

What were the causes of the Russian Revolution in March 1917. .... It was the uniting of the peasants, workers, and middle class with the Tsar's own army and the ....

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Cold War overview

.... The Russian army of 12 million had taken control of Poland and was already in the areas that the Germans had occupied. The Russian ....

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Enemy at the Gates

.... It was during this time that the Russian army was forced to defend its last point of hope in stopping the German army from taking over the entire European ....

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World War Two Weapons

.... After the initial tremendous defeats in 1941 which cost Russia millions of soldiers and a huge lost territory, since mid 1942 the russian army was equipped ....

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symbolic importance of animals

.... for War. His first objective was to get troops into the new Russian army, the Red army, formed in January 1918. He accomplished ....

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Nicholas II

.... Nicholas not only allowed the ill treatment of the serfs, but also took the leadership of the whole Russian army and went to war against Germany, which was the ....

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Operation Barbarossa

.... In September of 1941 the southern division had also run into trouble in Kiev - they found themselves opposed by a formidable Russian army. ....

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Tsar Nicholas

.... Initially they were successful in pushing their forces forward, but as German resistance grew, the problems with the Russian Army began to show. ....

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Cold war

.... The Russian army of 12 million soldiers had fully occupied Poland and was within the borders of pre-war Germany, ready for an assault on Berlin. ....

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World War 2: Stalingrad

.... Also the Russian Army would fight for every inch of that city that how determined the Russian Army was. The other big issue was ....

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napoleon its incomplete right now

.... the limits of Motherland. Back in France word had spread that Napoleon had been killed by the Russian army. When he heard this news ....

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Russian Treaty Thing

.... Manilov is the Russian army's first deputy chief of staff and main Chechnya mouthpiece and recently announced the launch of a new phase in the campaign, saying ....

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War and Peace

.... Showing the war, Tolstoy describes Napoleon's attack on Russia, the battle of Borodino, the slow retrieval of the Russian army, the conquest of Moscow by ....

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War and Peace1

.... Showing the war, Tolstoy describes Napoleon's attack on Russia, the battle of Borodino, the slow retrieval of the Russian army, the conquest of Moscow by ....

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Catherin the great

.... were also guards. They were not of high birth, but to Catherine they were the embodiment of the Russian Army. Peter had formed a ....

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Napoleons Russian Campaign

.... On August 29 though the Russian army was still retreating and Kutusov (the new commander-in-chief) joined them west of Gzhatsk. ....

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How Napoleons Invasion of Russia Led To His Downfall

.... The Russian army was a conscription army, meaning that local farmers had to furnish a certain number of surfs for military service, as opposed to a professional ....

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Fall of teh House of Romanov

.... After the Russo-Japanese war of 1905, the Russian army was severely weakened and, as a result, the Russian government was forced to endure the restraints of a ....

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Bollocks

.... in Chechnya. 81 Storage, security and the condition of missiles are three of the main problems facing the Russian army. In 1991, George ....

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Battle of Stalingrad

.... This battle cost both sides many men, but it gave great confidence and increased the morale of the Russian Army, because it showed that the mighty Germans ....

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Napoleonic Era & Effect On France

.... challenging. Napoleon planned of a way to lure the Russian army into his thin right flank by allowing his enemies occupy the Heights. Tsar ....

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WORLD WAR ONE AND RUSSIA

.... The total number of soldiers in the Russian army was 15 million, killed in battle 1 million 3 hundred thousand, wounded 4 million 2 hundred thousand, died of ....

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Russia Against Japan:

.... In terms of physical size, the Russian army was the much larger of the two with over double the number of active soldiers. However ....

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Russia Against Japan:

.... In terms of physical size, the Russian army was the much larger of the two with over double the number of active soldiers. However ....

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WW1888

.... Aug. 31 German forces had encircled one Russian army in the battle of Tammenberg. In the battle of Masurian Lakes they chased the Russian army out. ....

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Enemy at the gates

.... class through its strength. General Nikita Kruschev of the Russian army portrays the power elite in Russia. He has only the finest ....

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Russian Revolution

.... No one believed the war was a noble cause to fight for. At the beginning of 1917, an estimated 1.5 million people deserted the Russian army. ....

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Tannenberg

.... The running theme of the remainder of the book is that of an incompetent and ill-equipped Russian army going against a highly efficient and superior German army ....

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War of 1812

.... power behind them. This is the beginning of the 1812 myth of how the Russian army is superior to the west. Nothing is wrong with ....

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Russian Revolution ( Grade level 10)

.... with the demands of all-out war. The Russian army was poorly equipped and not well led. The departure of Tsar Nicholas II to take ....

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