What was particular to the timing of the Russian revolution of February/March 1917?

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February 24, 2015

 

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The ruling tsar that comes to power is incapable of instigating change despite its dire need. Furthermore a civil uprising in 1905 had been mishandled by the tsar, resulting in bloodshed and resentment from the people. Meanwhile the casualties arising First World War was taking a heavy toll on the tsar’s reputation...
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All of these events contributed to the rise of the civilians and the revolution. Russia changed in many ways under the rule of Alexander II. It was during his reign the seeds of revolution were planted. Alex II had foreseen the need for change in Russian society including a lessening the iron rule of the Tsar...
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