Modern History/Russian Revolution

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Russian Revolution can refer to the following events in the history of Russia:

The Russian Revolution of 1905 was a series of strikes and anti-government violence against Tsar Nicholas II. The Russian Revolution of 1917, which included: February Revolution, which resulted in the abdication of Nicholas II of Russia. October Revolution, which was the Bolshevik seizure of power. The Third Russian Revolution was the failed anarchist revolution against the Bolsheviks and the White movement 1918 - 1922. When the year is not indicated in the reference, the term "Russian Revolution", if used as a time mark, usually refers to the October Revolution of 1917, whereas references to the revolution of 1905 always mention the year and references to the February Revolution always mention the month.