Revolutions in the Russian Empire

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Revolutions in the Russian Empire As Russia progressed into the sixteenth century, it became one of the most diverse and extensive empires in history. Geoffrey Hosking identifies that this particular undertaking, conquering efforts, defending, and the administration of such a large complex mixture of the people and territories led to the exhaustion of the ordinary people's productive powers and weakened the civic institutions. There was an inability of the church and state to project a nationalistic image which would potentially unite both the elites of the Russian society and the masses as people of one Russia. The gap between the elitist Russians and the peasants continued to grow, widened further by the Orthodox messianic repudiation of the Tsarist state through into the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This myth was founding the empire, of the mismanagement of the mass civilian affairs, would later on come through the revolutionary movement that would sweep the Tsarist Empire. Social and economic upheavals would be exacerbated, and the 1917 revolutionary year would destroy the monarchy, uproot the empire, and ultimately lead to the formation of a communist state. This paper discusses the motivating factors that drove the revolutionary process up to this end of the empire. It highlights the individuals, groups, and places that drove the process; participation terms in the process for those involved; the various visions of the revolution; and the progress of the revolution. It especially describes the role of peasants as the main driving force towards the revolution. The period between 1914 and 1917 marked a critical moment in the history of redefining the Russian

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