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The provisional Government that ruled Russia after the March 1917 Revolution was chosen by the Duma.

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A leader of the provisional government that assumed power after the march 1917 revolution was?

Alexander Kerensky was a leader of the provisional government that assumed power after the March 1917 revolution.


Between march and october on 1917 Russia's provisional government was made up of?

Between March and October of 1917 Russia's provisional government was made up of revolutionary forces. The army leadership felt they did not have the means to stop the revolution.


Who ran Russia before the Bolshevik revolution?

The Russian Provisional Government first under Prince Georgy Lvov then under Alexander Kerensky were in charge of the government in Russia just before the Bolshevik Revolution in October 1917. The Provisional Government had taken over from Tsar Nicholas II in March of that year.


After the March 1917 revolution was ruled by who?

The Provisional Government ruled Russia after the March Revolution. It was headed first by Prince Georgy Lvov then Alexander Kerensky. Lenin did not take over till after the October Revolution.


Who was the head of Russia's Provisional Government after the February Revolution of 1917?

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.


Who became leader of Russia after the March 1917 Revolution?

Prince Georgy Lvov became the immediate leader of Russia as head of the Provisional Government after the Czar was overthrown. Three months later Alexander Kerensky took over. About three months after that the Bolsheviks overthrew Kerensky and the Provisional Government and Vladimir Lenin became the leader of Russia.


Who came to power after the March Revolution?

The Provisional Government under Prince Georgy Lvov came to power immediately after the March Revolution. Three months later Alexander Kerensky took over the Provisional Government. In October, Vladimir Lenin took all power when he and the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government.


Between March and October 1917 Russia's provisional government was made up of?

Russia's provisional government was made up of members of the middle class.


Why did people resent the Provisional Government after the March revolution?

Because it continued Russian involvement in World War I


What was the outcome of the Bolshevik revolutions in Russia in 1917?

the Soviet Union became the worlds first communist state


How was bolshevik revolution different than the march revolution?

There was no March Revolution, per se, in Russia. There was the February Revolution and there was the October Revolution. The difference lies in the fact that February on the Julian calendar is the same a March on the Gregorian calendar. Most historians refer to it as the February Revolution, just as they refer only to he October Revolution. Primarily, the February Revolution ended with Nickolas II abdicating the throne and Imperial parliament ( the Duma) taking control of the government by establishing the Russian Provisional Government. The October Revolution ended with the Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin, and the workers' Soviets, overthrowing the Provisional Government. Lenin was named Chairman of the Peoples Commisars of the RFSFR on November 8, 1917.


Who headed the Provisional Government established in Russia after the March revolution but remained in power for less than a year?

Prince Georgy L'vov (4 months) and Alexander Kerensky (4 months). The first head of the Russian Provisional Government was Prince Georgy L'vov. He took office on March 2, 1917 and resigned on July 9, 1917. He was replaced by Alexander Kerensky who served from July 9, 1917 to October 25, 1917, when the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government.