In 1917 several people rose to power because there were two separate revolutions in that year.
In the February Revolution, the the rule of the Tsars came to an end. A Provisional Government headed by Prince Georgy Lvov then came into power.
Some months later Alexander Kerensky came into power taking over the Provisional Government when "Lvov resigned.
In the October Revolution, Vladimir Lenin and the Bolshevik Party rose to power when they overthrew the Provisional Government.
The Czar rule in Russia lasted nearly 300 years. The first Czar was put into power in 1613 and the last Russian Czar ended his reign in 1917.
Czar Nicholas II was murdered on the night of July 16/17, 1918, by members of the Bolsheviks who had seized power in Russia in the October Revolution in 1917.
Do you mean the Bolsheviks?...Then I guess the answer is V.I. Lenin
The tzar's were nobles up until 1917 that held the power in Russia.
how did world war 1 help the Bolsheviks seize power in russia in 1917 Russia did not do well in World War 1. Losses were so high that Russia withdrew from the war in 1917, increasing the Russian people's dissatisfaction with Czarist rule.
the bolsheviks seized power
Vladimir Lenin came to power via a October Revolution in Russia in 1917, which brought an end to Czarist Russia and started the creation of a Communist State.
Russia. After the october revolution and the fall of the Czar.
October Revolution 1917, Palace Revolution.
To pull Russia out of the war and concentrate on establishing a communist state.
They assumed power in 1917 and they had total control by 1921.
The Winter Palace WAS the home of Russia's Tsars- but Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia, gave up his power in March, 1917.