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How did Russian sentiment change over the course of world war 1?
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
I actually just learned about this in World History it was called the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
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The treaty of Brest-Litovsk: It was savage, but the Russians were utterly beaten. Much of it was repealed by Versailles. Its implications just added to the impetus for Revolut…ion.
There were many changes that took place within the course of World War I following the Russian Revolution. One major change that this had on the war was that Russia and Ge…rmany settled their conflict.
I'm actually having to answer this same question in Modern World Studies.. Anyway, thy overthrew the Provisional government. Once put into power, they withdrew from the wa…r b/c of conflicts with Germany.. They knew they could'nt win both.
It was called "The Great War"
big army, but not modernized
The battle of Midway. The US navy struck a major blow on the Japanese the Battle of Britain which showed two things: The Germans were not invincible and they were not going to… conquer the whole of Europe on the way to world domination. Of interest Germany had plans to use the U.K. as a manufacturing base and launch for their A6 rocket being developed to attack the U.S. Combined with their work on the atomic bomb. A U Boat off the Canadian coast surrendered to the Canadians on hearing that Germany had surrendered, her cargo was ore for the Japanese atomic bomb program. America was also considered a target during the Great War when they developed the Gotha Giant bombers to attack the States. They had two crews and full kitchen facilities, it was a long haul at about 200 mph!
Russia's horrific losses on the Eastern Front were a significant factor in precipitating the Revolution. After the Revolution, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk brought Russia's con…flict with Germany to an end. Germany was able to re-commit troops and resources from the Eastern Front to France and Belgium. By this time however, the United States had entered the war on the side of Britain and France, more than compensating for the loss of Russia. ___It can also be concluded that the Russian Revolution helped end the war because had Russia not had the Revolution Germany would not have focused all of its powers on France which then would not have led an end even had the Americans joined because there would still be soldiers on the Eastern Front. ____The Russian Revolution had another effect in the medium term, From 1918 onwards all European countries, the U.S. and Japan were 'haunted by the spectre of Bolshevism'. In some countries it even became a complete obsession ...
The Russian Revolution happened in 1917, and World War I took place in the years 1914-1918. So therefore, they both influenced the other. The war helped bring about the Revolu…tion because the leader of the Provisional Government, Kerensky, decided to keep the war going although Russia was doing poorly. He even announced a new offensive. The soldiers didn't like the idea, and refused to move up to the front, and about 2 million soldiers had quit the Russian army because of it. The soldiers and Bolsheviks campaigned against the war, and many were arrested. There was a conflict between the Bolsheviks and the Provisional Government, and on October 24-25, 1917, the Bolsheviks revolted against the Provisional Government and succeeded. Lenin, a Bolshevik leader, was given power. Lenin vowed to end the war, and was able to make a peace treaty with Germany, pulling Russia out of the war. Germany wanted peace in the east so their troops could be transferred to the western front. but Germany also wanted nationalist uprisings against the Bolsheviks, so the peace treaty was prolonged until early 1918, when Germany forced Russia to sign the peace treaty. Then, Russia was officially out of the war.
In World War 1
The Russians were involved in World War I as an ally of the other major opponents of Germany and Austrian, namely, Great Britain and France. They engaged in major offensiv…es in the early part of the war, suffering some victories and some defeats alike. In 1917, torn by internal revolution, they backed out of any serious war effort before finally making a separate treaty with Germany in early 1918.
The greatest impact it had was it removed Russia from the fighting. Germany had been fighting Russia in the east while fighting France and the UK in the west. By eliminating R…ussia, Germany could concentrate her armies against France and the UK.