Solution:The February Revolution occurred in Russia in 1917.
It resulted at an end to Russia's nearly 500-year period of authoritarian rule with the abdication of the Tsar. Reforms were implemented, and a temporary administration was constituted. The czarist regime's corruption and incompetence, as well as government control of the Russian Orthodox Church, were significant reasons for the Revolution among peasants, workers, and military members. The February Revolution in Petrograd was primarily sparked by the following: At a factory in Petrograd located on the right bank of the Neva River, there was a lockout on February 22. A solidarity strike was announced on February 23 by employees at fifty different factories. Women took the helm of the strikes in numerous factories.