Unit 5: Crisis and Change
Lesson C: The Revolution and Civil War in Russia
Activity 1: Causes of the Russian Revolution
By 1917, the conditions in Russia had become unbearable for most Russians. The causes of the Russian Revolution were rooted in centuries of economic hardship and political oppression under the rule of the czar. Unrest led to revolution as desperate citizens joined together to overthrow their government, pushing for reforms and more rights.
Presentation Activity - Causes of the Russian Revolution
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When you are ready, select the play button below the image to learn about the Causes of the Russian Revolution. Consider how Russian nationalist and imperialist foreign policy of the Romanov Dynasty affected Russian domestic policy as well as the serfs and working class. Complete parts A and B of the student resource as you view the presentation.
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