Autocracy in Russia
All of the above
Solution:The Russian Revolution refers to a series of revolutions in Russia in 1917. The Emperor was compelled to renounce, and a provisional administration succeeded the old regime throughout the February 1917 main revolution. Throughout the Gregorian calendar month of the second revolution, the provisional government was deposed and replaced by a Bolshevik government. Russia's industries were few, and the industrial workforce was highly exploited. In Russia, agriculture employs 85% of the population. Massive landed domains were carefully held by the king, nobles, and church. Peasants, like industrial workers, lived in deplorable conditions.