Solution:Women soldiers took part in defence of the Winter Palace.
In defence of the Winter Palace against the Bolsheviks during the October Revolution, women soldiers took part. The creation of women's battalions was given permission earlier in 1917, so they might fight in World War I and shame men into enrolling, according to Alexander Kerensky, the head of the Provisional Government. In general, men belonged in the public sphere, while women belonged in the private one, as dictated by the legal system and the structure of society. The families and the children were to be taken care of by them. Poor working conditions for women were significant in the Russian Revolution because most women were employed in small businesses.