1905-red, 1917-green armed forces- a majority of the armed forces remained loyal to the tsar despite some mutinies this meant that the disturbances were crushed and the army arrested thousands of revolutionaries. 8 march 1917 saw the february revolution on the streets of russia's then capital, st petersburg rupert colley summarizes the events leading up to the revolution, the revolution itself and the abdication of russia's last tsar, nicholas ii. Tsar nicholas ii survived the 1905 revolution as a result of a combination of factors the one that was the most significant was that the russian army remained loyal to him. The 1905 revolution did much to show that the government and thus the tsar were heavily disliked by the radical elements and that he was starting to lose popularity amongst the moderates and average member of the lower classes too. This feature is not available right now please try again later.
Katie why did the tsarist regime survive in the years 1881-1905 it is possible to argue that the tsarist regime survived because the various groups opposing the tsar (the workers, the peasants, the middle classes, etc) did not combine to provide a co-ordinated and effective opposition. In 1905, the protestors still had utter loyalty in the tsar and believed in the tsarist system however, in 1917 march, people were unanimous in their desire to overthrow the system and get rid of the tsar. The significance of the 1905 revolution was determined by the october manifesto which was the tsar's response to the revolution and by the tsarist-opposing parties realization after the tsar's issue of the fundamental laws.
Duma, russian in full gosudarstvennaya duma (state assembly), elected legislative body that, along with the state council, constituted the imperial russian legislature from 1906 until its dissolution at the time of the march 1917 revolution. The tsarist regime didn't survive wwi, not the revolution tsar nicholas ii had abdicated before the revolution of 1917 this revolution was aimed against the provisional government, which was what the duma (the parliament of russia) called themselves as they took over since their brave and strong (sarcasm) tsar had abdicated and was living happily in a private palace with his family. The february revolution of 1917 succeeded on the grounds that, firstly, the army's loyalties 'no longer resided with the tsar', and secondly, that the liberals wished not for compromise with the tsar, but to overthrow him. In march 1917 tsar nicholas abdicated his, and his sons position as tsar of russia it had become impossible for him to continue because of the vast discontent across all the social classes this situation did not just arise overnight it was brewing for a long time.
Russia in revolution: 1905-1924 explain why the 1905 revolution broke out 1 peasants - growing discontent due to living conditions and were now also badly hit by. 1917 brought into power the provisional government, which promptly introduced freedom of speech and assembly and lifted the tsarist restrictions on minorities national life in ukraine quickened with the revival of a ukrainian press and the formation of numerous cultural and professional associations, as well as political parties. - tsar nicholas ii and 1905 revolution the tsar (nicholas ii) survived the 1905 revolution however, the revolution in 1917 did remove him from power when asking why nicholas ii survived 1905 there are numerous factors to examine. Clear similarities contrasted with crucial differences between the 1905 and 1917 revolutions evidently illustrate the reason as to how and why the russian monarchy failed after 1917 there were several key factors which helped demonstrate the relationship and difference between the two revolutions.
There are various reasons why the march 1917 revolution was successful there are relatively widespread but not major facts like the discontent of the russian people which helped the revolution to be successful and one large reason which really made it all happen. Revolutions in russia 1905 on january 22, 1905, about 200,000 workers and their families the march revolution in march 1917, women textile workers in. The tsar survived the 1905 revolution because of two reasons the first one was the october manifesto the tsar promised a constitutional monarchy so an elected parliament would be set up.
1917 was a much larger revolutions than the 1905 revolution actually, many historians argue that 1905 contributed to the february 1917revolution because it was that extra discontent which accumulated (especially from bloody sunday and the loss of the tsar's paternal image to his people as he failed to save them. I will conclude by considering the comparison between the crisis of 1905 (which the regime survived) and the crisis of february 1917 (which it did not) - one past paper has asked about this precise question, so it is worth being able to answer. Reflections on the russian revolution the russian revolution of 1917 was not an event or even a process, but a sequence of disruptive and violent acts that occurred more or less concurrently but involved actors with differing and in some measure contradictory objectives. During the february revolution, czar nicholas ii, ruler of russia since 1894, is forced to abdicate the throne by the petrograd insurgents, and a provincial government is installed in his place.
The lack of any leadership in the 1905 revolution was a very important reason as to why the 1905 revolution did not continue and why the tsar managed to quell the movement. This period came to an end during the russian revolution of 1917 after a small rebellion in 1905 tsar nicholas ii created a kind of parliament called the duma. In march 1917, the tsar lost control first of the streets, then of the soldiers, and finally of the duma, resulting in his forced abdication on 15 march 1917 the february revolution in march 1917 crowds rioted on the streets. Long term economic and political discontent led to the 1905 revolution defeat by japan brought the tsar's rule into question the bloody sunday massacre was an important short term cause.