HistoryIn which year was the monarchy brought down in Russia?

In which year was the monarchy brought down in Russia?


  1. A
    1904
  2. B
    1917
  3. C
    1914
  4. D
    1919 

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    In 1917, the Russian monarchy was deposed. Tsar Nicholas II's autocracy was overthrown by a violent revolution headed by Vladimir Lenin's Bolshevik revolutionary party. Until 1905, the Russian Empire was an absolute monarchy. Even though Parliament was formed and dubbed "Duma," the Constitution they expected never materialized. The semi-monarchical government did not last long. The First World War broke out during this time, and Nicholas did not consult Parliament before entering the fray. All these factors contributed to the Bolsheviks' decision to destroy the monarchy.
     
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