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February Revolution: the actions of the "fifth column" and the West

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February Revolution: the actions of the "fifth column" and the West



There was no "spontaneous uprising of disaffected masses"

The entire course of events of the February-March revolution shows clearly that the British and French embassies, with their agents and "connections", directly organized a conspiracy with the Octobrists and Cadets, together with part of the generals and officers of the army and the St. Petersburg garrison, especially to remove Nikolai Romanov. (V.I. Lenin)

12 March 1917 began a military coup, which overthrew the Supreme Commander of the Russian army, Tsar Nicholas II.

Classical arguments about the causes of the February revolution are reduced to a simple scheme: tsarism came to a standstill, and the masses (workers, peasants, soldiers) driven to despair started an uprising.

Then, to save the country, a group of generals went to the sovereign to explain to him the whole burden of the situation. As a result, Nicholas decided to abdicate.

However, the facts clearly show how naive this conventional version.

The former head of the Moscow Security Department has long made public information of exceptional importance and it is perfectly clear from them what kind of relationship to the revolution was the "spontaneous uprising of dissatisfied masses":

“In the 1916 year, around October or November, a letter was read in the so-called“ black office ”of the Moscow post office. the meaning was as follows: it was reported for information to the Moscow leaders of the Progressive Bloc (or associated with it) that the Old Man was finally persuaded, who did not agree for a long time, fearing a big spill of blood, but finally, under the influence of his arguments, gave up full assistance ...

The letter, not very long, contained phrases, of which the active steps taken by a narrow circle of leaders of the Progressive Bloc in the sense of personal talks with our commanding armies at the front, including Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolayevich, quite clearly acted.

In émigré literature, as I recall, in Modern Notes, articles appeared that quite frankly explained the content of these “personal talks,” at least with the Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolayevich; The famous Khatisov negotiated with him.

It would seem that the Russian imperial government could already by these facts alone and should have been fully aware of the conspiracy. But the Grand Duke "kept silent", and the Police Department, apparently, could not bring to the notice of the Sovereign about the betrayal of the "Old Man", who was none other than the head of the Emperor's headquarters, General Alekseev!

The fact that the nickname "Old Man" refers specifically to General Alekseev, I was told by the director of the Police Department, A.T. Vasiliev, to whom, for personal talks about this letter, I immediately left Moscow ”[1, p. 384-385].

So, we see that General Alekseev was the key participant in the conspiracy, and the tsar's uncle, Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolayevich, was aware of the preparations for the coup, and even methyl himself to the monarchs. And all this happened long before the unrest in Petrograd.

Meanwhile, they are still constantly talking about the sufferings of the army on the fronts, about the unresolved land issue in the rear and so on. Until now, these "facts" are called the prerequisites of the revolution. But it’s completely obvious that the concepts of “many” and “little” are relative.

Little land compared to whom? If our peasant had little land, then it would be logical to compare the size of land allotments in Russia with what the peasants of England, France or Germany owned. Have you ever seen such a comparison?

Or, for example, take the front. Have you often encountered in literature a comparison between the grocery supply of a Russian soldier and his European colleague? Do you know the severity of the mobilization load (the proportion of people called up to the front from the entire population) in Russia and in other countries that fought in the First World War?

There are no shortages of emotional stories about the sufferings of the people before the revolution, but there are practically no comparative figures. Meanwhile, the impact on feelings, vagueness of formulations, the substitution of specifics by common words are typical signs of manipulation.

So let's start with the thesis of the front-line. During the revolution, the garrison in Petrograd really rose. But Petrograd at that time is a deep rear. The soldiers - the participants of February, did not "rot in the trenches", did not die and did not starve. They sat in warm metropolitan barracks, hundreds of kilometers from the whistling of bullets and the explosion of shells. And those who held the front at this time, in their absolute majority, honestly performed their duty. They really were much harder than the Petrograd rear men, but they were preparing for a decisive spring offensive and did not participate in any riots.

Moreover, in January 1917, that is, literally on the eve of the revolution, our army carried out the Mitava operation against the German troops and achieved victory.

Go ahead. They say that the peasants suffered from the lack of land, in other words, they lived from hand to mouth, and they say it was one of the compelling reasons for the revolution. But even the hottest heads are not taken to compare the realities of besieged Leningrad and Petrograd 1917 of the year. According to official data, 600 thousands of people died in the blockade from starvation, but there were no demonstrations against the authorities.

It is appropriate here to quote the memoirs of Tsarist General Kurlov, who left a very characteristic description of the February events:

“I was well aware that the bread ration was 2 pounds, that other edible products were also given out, and that cash reserves would be enough for the 22 day, even if we assume that not a single wagon with food would be served to the capital. Nevertheless, all joined in efforts to discredit the Imperial power, not stopping in front of slander and lies. Everyone has forgotten that a coup d'état during the World War is the inevitable death of Russia ”[2, p. 14-15].

“But is it possible to believe a single testimony?”, The incredulous reader will say, and he will be right in his own way. Therefore, I will quote the head of the Moscow security department Zavarzin, in whose memoirs there is a description of the realities of life in Petrograd on the eve of February:

"In Petrograd, from the outside, it seemed that the capital lives normally: shops are open, there are many goods, brisk traffic on the streets, and the ordinary man in the street only notices that bread is given out on cards and in reduced quantities, but you can get pasta and croup as much as you like [3, c. 235-236].

Think about these lines. Two and a half years goes unprecedented in stories World War. In such conditions, a sharp drop in the standard of living is a completely natural thing.

The cruel economy of everything and everything, huge queues for elementary products, starvation deaths are absolutely ordinary satellites of the hardest war. We know this perfectly well in the history of the Great Patriotic. But look at how tsarist Russia successfully copes with difficulties. This is a phenomenal result, hardly unprecedented; What are the reasons for the masses to rebel in such conditions?

“In general, the grain resource of the Russian Empire by the spring of 1917 amounted to about 3793 million pounds of bread with the country's total need for 3227 million pounds” [4, p. 62.], - notes the modern historian M.V. Oskin.

But this is not the main thing. The people who directly overthrew Nicholas II belonged to the highest military elite of the empire. General Alekseev, the commanders of the fronts, the Grand Duke - did they lack land? Did they have to starve or stand in long lines? What does the people have to do with this?

The piquancy of the situation also lies in the fact that the riots in Petrograd themselves did not pose a direct threat to the Tsar, because Nikolai was not in the capital at that time. He went to Mogilev, that is, to the headquarters of the Supreme Commander. The revolutionaries decided to take advantage of the absence of the tsar in the capital.

The masses are an instrument in the hands of the elite, and the creation of a “food psychosis” out of the blue is one of the classical methods of crowd manipulation. In fact, the modern “orange events” and the “Arab spring” very clearly showed what all this talk about people's revolutions cost. Grosz them price on market day.

The reasons for the overthrow of power should not be sought by the people, for the masses are not making history. We need to see what was happening inside the elite, and what the international situation was like. The intra-elite conflict with the broad participation of foreign states is the real reason for February.

Of course, you can blame Nicholas for the fact that it was he who appointed the unreliable people to the highest state posts. However, according to the same logic, exactly the same accusation must be brought against the German monarch Wilhelm II, who was removed from power during the First World War.

By the way, during the February revolution a very eloquent fact surfaced. Among the insurgent units were two machine-gun regiments, and so they had at their disposal two and a half thousand machine guns [6, p. 15]. For comparison, in the entire Russian army at the end of 1916, there were twelve thousand machine guns, and for the entire 1915 year, the entire domestic industry produced 4,25 thousands of them.

Think about these numbers.

There are heavy battles at the front, and it must be admitted that the weak point of Russia was precisely the provision of machine guns to the army, they really were not enough. And at that time, in the deep rear, a huge number of machine guns and vital armies were kept completely idle. Who is so "brilliantly" distributed machine guns? Such orders could be given only by generals, army leaders. From a military point of view, this is absurd, so why was it done? The answer is obvious.

Machine guns were needed for the revolution. That is, rebel generals committed a double crime. Not only did they oppose the legitimate authority, they also sharply weakened their own army for the sake of their revolutionary goals, sending thousands of machine guns to the rear, to the capital.

As a result, the overthrow of the king was bought with the great blood of soldiers and officers. They honestly fought at the time at the front, they would have been helped a lot by machine-gun support that machine-gun rear units could provide, but they adhered to completely different goals.

In the February Revolution, the intervention of the West is also clearly visible. For many years, Nicholas was under pressure from the internal opposition, but representatives of foreign countries also tried to influence the tsar.

Shortly before the February Revolution, George Buchanan met with the Chairman of the Duma Rodzianko. Buchanan probed the ground on the political concessions that parliamentarians want from the king. It turned out that we are talking about the so-called responsible government, responsible to the "people", that is, to the Duma. In fact, this would mean the transformation of monarchical Russia into a parliamentary republic.

So Buchanan had enough audacity after that to come to Nicholas and teach the sovereign how he should lead the country and whom to appoint to key posts. Buchanan acted as a clear lobbyist for the revolutionaries who frantically prepared at that time to overthrow the king.

At the same time, Buchanan himself understood that his actions were a gross violation of the rules of conduct of a foreign representative. However, in a conversation with Nikolay Buchanan literally threatened the king with revolution and disaster. Of course, all this was filed in a diplomatic package, under the guise of caring for the tsar and the future of Russia, but the hints of Buchanan were completely transparent and unequivocal.

Nicholas II did not agree to any concessions, and then the opposition tried to come from the other side. At the beginning of 1917, Entente representatives arrived in Petrograd at an allied conference to discuss future military plans. The head of the British delegation was Lord Milner, and a prominent Cadet leader Struve appealed to him. He wrote two letters to the Lord, in which, in fact, he repeated what Rodzianko said to Buchanan. Struve handed letters to Milner through a British intelligence officer Choir.

In turn, Milner did not remain deaf to Struve's reasoning and sent Nikolai a confidential memorandum, in which he was very careful and much more polite than Buchanan tried to support the demands of the opposition. In the memorandum, Milner praised the activities of Russian public organizations (the Zemstvo Union and the Union of Cities) and hinted at the need to provide major positions to people who had previously been engaged in private affairs, and did not have experience in government activities! [7, p. 252]

Of course, the king ignored such absurd advice, and the opposition was again left with nothing. But the pressure on the king did not stop. Already literally on the eve of February, General Gurko, the Acting Chief of the General Staff, met with Nicholas in Tsarskoye Selo and spoke in favor of constitutional reforms.

It became finally clear that the ideas of a radical transformation of the state structure penetrated into the environment of senior officers. Now the situation began to rapidly go out of control. Duma speakers and all sorts of social activists could talk about anything, in themselves they were powerless to overthrow the legitimate authority. But when the king received a “black mark”, first from English diplomats, and then from Gurko, his throne reeled seriously.

In February, Alekseev returned to the 1917 year from the vacation, and Nicholas II soon arrived there. Further events acquire a rapid course. February 23 (hereafter dates are given according to the old style) the strike of Petrograd workers begins, February 24 rallies escalate into clashes with the police, February 25 amid the growth of the strike movement is out of control Cossack hundreds who refuse to assist the police on Znamenskaya Square. February 27 rebel soldiers in the L.-GW. Volyn and Lithuanian regiments, soon revolt covers other parts of the Petrograd garrison. 2 March Tsar Nikolai is finally removed from power.

The overthrow of the system consisted of two parallel developing phases. The higher generals were supposed to actually arrest the tsar, and in Petrograd there were organized "popular demonstrations" with the aim of camouflaging a military coup.

Subsequently, the Minister of the Provisional Government Guchkov openly admitted that the previously developed plan for a palace coup consisted of two operations. It was supposed to stop the train of the king during his movement between Tsarskoye Selo and Headquarters, and then force Nicholas to abdicate. At the same time, units of the Petrograd garrison were to carry out a military demonstration.

It is clear that the coups are carried out by the security forces, and in the case of riots, again, the security forces must fight back the rebels. So let's see how they behaved in the days of the February Revolution. The list of people whose actions we are obliged to analyze is very small. This is the Minister of War Belyaev, the Minister of Marine Grigorovich (given that Petrograd is a port city, his position was of particular importance), the Minister of Internal Affairs Protopopov and several senior generals, high-ranking army commanders.

Grigorovich during February "fell ill", did not undertake active actions to protect the legitimate authorities, on the contrary, it was at his request that the last units, who remained loyal to the monarchy, were removed from the Admiralty, where they tried to gain a foothold. February 27, when the Volynsky and Lithuanian regiments started up, the government, although it existed, did essentially nothing.

True, the Council of Ministers nevertheless met in 16: 00 in the Mariinsky Palace. At this momentous meeting, the question of the resignation of Protopopov was decided, and since the ministers did not have the authority to remove him from office, Protopopov was asked to be affected by the sick and thus retire. Protopopov agreed, and soon voluntarily surrendered to the revolutionaries.

This happened before the announcement of the king's abdication, that is, Protopopov does not resist the rebellion, does not even try to escape, but simply resigns himself from his powers. Subsequently, during interrogation, he claimed that he resigned as minister earlier that February 25. It is very possible to be that this is true.

On the night of 28, the government finally ceased to pretend that it was functioning and ceased any work.

The behavior of the War Minister Belyaev was similar to the actions of Protopopov. February 27 Belyaev took part in the meeting with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers, then moved to the Admiralty building.

February 28 troops defending the Admiralty, left him, and the Minister of War went to his apartment. He spent the night there and 1 March came to the General Staff, from where he called the Duma with a request to take measures to protect his apartment! In response, he was advised to go to the Peter and Paul Fortress, where Belyaev would be protected most reliably. Apparently, it was such a black humor. Then Belyaev came to the Duma, and soon he was arrested. That's all the actions of the Minister of War in the crucial days of February.

What is it? Paralysis of will, cowardice, stupidity, inconsistency of official position? Hardly. This is not just nonsense, but treason. Key security officials simply refused to defend the state.

And what about the king? What did he do these days? Fast forward to Headquarters, where Nikolai arrived from Tsarskoye Selo 23 February. Interestingly, along the route of the king's train, the locals greeted them cordially. In Rzhev, Vyazma, Smolensk, people took off their hats, shouted "Hurray", bowed. Initially, the work schedule of the king at Headquarters was no different from the usual. We can judge this by the recollections of General Dubensky, who was next to Nikolai in those days.

On February 25, information about the riots in Petrograd began to arrive at the headquarters. February 27 Alekseev called Grand Duke Michael and offered himself as regent. But is Nikolai already deposed? Officially, it is believed that no, but in this case, Michael’s behavior, to put it mildly, is strange.

Apparently, already on February 27, the king was under the "supervision", and this was reported to Michael. However, early in the morning of February 28, Nikolay somehow slipped out of control and traveled by train to Tsarskoye Selo.

At first, the rank and file chiefs of stations, the local authorities, the police do not stop the tsar, quite naturally considering that the head of state is going. You never know what's going on there in Petrograd, and here the king, and he should be missed. And besides, few people in the provinces knew about the rebellion in the capital. The plans of the conspirators were clearly violated.

However, at the same time, on February 28, the Commissioner of the Provisional Committee of the State Duma Bublikov loaded the soldiers into the trucks, got into the car and headed to the Ministry of Railways. It must be said that the Ministry had a telegraph network control center associated with stations throughout the country. It was the seizure of the network, the seizure of this “hundred-year-old Internet” and that was the goal of Bublikov.

The network could notify the whole country about the change of power, and also find out where the king is at this time. At that moment the Februaryists did not know about it! But as soon as the Ministry of Railways was in the hands of the rebels, Bublik was able to track the movement of the royal train. The staff of the station in Bologoye telegraphed Bublikova that Nikolai was moving in the direction of Pskov.

The telegraph sent Bublikov's orders: not to let the Tsar north of the Bologoye-Pskov line, dismantle the rails and arrows, block all military trains closer than 250 versts from Petrograd. Bublikov was afraid that the king would mobilize his loyal units. Still, the train was moving, in Staraya Russa the people welcomed the king, many were glad to see the monarch even through the window of his car, and again the station police did not dare to prevent Nikolay.

Bublikov receives a message from the station Dno (245 km from Petrograd): it is not possible to execute his order, the local police - for the king. 1 in March, Nikolai reached Pskov, on the platform he was met by the governor, soon the commander of the Northern Front, Ruza, arrived there. It would seem that at the disposal of the king were huge military forces of the whole front. But Ruzsky was a feminist and was not about to defend legitimate power. He began negotiations with Nikolai on the appointment of a "responsible government".

On March 2, two representatives of the Duma arrived in Pskov: Shulgin and Guchkov, who demanded the tsar to give up the throne. The official version of the events says that 2 March, Nikolai signed a manifesto on renunciation.

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3. Zavarzin P.P. Gendarmes and revolutionaries. - Paris: Author's Edition, 1930. - 256 with.

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  1. apro
    apro 19 March 2016 06: 03
    +6
    Unfortunately, friendship and common affairs with arrogant people did not bring anyone to good, one German correctly said it is bad when your enemy is English, but even worse when you consider him a friend. There were no objective prerequisites for the revolution, and the Anglican money did all the dirty work, for the gifted Bolsheviks have nothing to do with it, they will take their own later when the Februaryists destroyed the army and the country.
    1. venaya
      venaya 19 March 2016 06: 16
      +7
      Quote: apro
      By and large, there were no objective prerequisites for the revolution, and all the dirty work was done by the English ...

      Then the following question immediately arises: - And in which of the four empires, German, Austro-Hungarian, or Ottoman or ours, did "objective prerequisites" really exist? But they, too, were destroyed in the same way. As for the Bolsheviks, after a closer examination of this issue, it turns out that it was not they who prepared October, even A. Kerensky took part in this, but more on that later.
      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 19 March 2016 06: 18
        +1
        Quote: venaya
        But they, too, were destroyed in the same way.

        The Roman Empire, also destroyed the fifth column .. In all of them they are to blame, and Obama is still ...
        1. venaya
          venaya 19 March 2016 06: 24
          +2
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          The Roman Empire also destroyed the fifth column.

          That the Roman Empire, that the British Empire really, to a greater extent, were controlled by financial tycoons, so that their destruction was carried out according to other laws.
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 19 March 2016 06: 30
            +5
            Quote: venaya
            so that their destruction was carried out according to other laws.

            The collapse of imperialism is inevitable, like DMB)))) All empires collapsed due to completely objective circumstances, due to the time span and the reasons were different - basically the transition to a new economic structure (level), and all these attempts to attract the ubiquitous traitors are frank How the rule behind the abundance of quotes, dates, links - there is complete nonsense ...
            1. venaya
              venaya 19 March 2016 06: 38
              +2
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              All empires collapsed due to completely objective circumstances, due to a run in time and the reasons were different - basically the transition to a new economic structure

              And what is happening there with the Chinese Empire, is also pouring in, or what?
              What about the German Empire? It seems like it’s transformed into the Federal Republic, and what’s the difference, what’s important to call it, it’s important that it is preserved, the change of the name of the essence does not change, as is the case with China.
              1. afdjhbn67
                afdjhbn67 19 March 2016 06: 44
                +4
                Quote: venaya
                And what is happening there with the Chinese Empire, is also pouring in, or what?
                What about the German Empire?

                Are they territorially unchanged?
          2. Andrey Zh
            Andrey Zh 11 December 2016 19: 33
            0
            And the Zionists, how?!?
        2. Alikos
          Alikos 23 February 2017 10: 02
          +1
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          Quote: venaya
          But they, too, were destroyed in the same way.

          The Roman Empire, also destroyed the fifth column .. In all of them they are to blame, and Obama is still ...

          The federalists-Shulgin-Guchkov ... And this has been going on since the Pharaonic times
      2. apro
        apro 19 March 2016 06: 27
        +6
        The objective prerequisites for the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires were also very significant in the form of national and religious contradictions. But the Bolsheviks were helped but to take and maintain power, they were different things.
      3. avt
        avt 19 March 2016 09: 11
        +5
        Quote: venaya
        . As for the Bolsheviks, there, upon closer examination of this issue, it turns out that nevertheless they did not prepare October, even A. Kerensky participated in this, but more on that later.

        "October" practically, but as a matter of fact, "gaspada eniraly", led by Alekseev, prepared Kerensky with his order No. 1 on the Army. Then there was only a matter of time and technique of transferring the Imperialist to the Civilian. What the Bolsheviks coped with brilliantly, partially utilizing them in emigration, and some of the life of all the “creators of the February” revolution, which the shaven really did muddle, and they prepared and cleaned the clearing with agents of influence ahead of time, without hesitation in means. This is actually evidenced by the murder of Rasputin with the direct participation of a staff agent of British intelligence, and in fact, a murder plan was developed and the operation was controlled by a resident of the same British intelligence. About this, with the presentation of archival documents, and the British archive, the BBC made a documentary, well, like, "investigation of a mysterious murder," and such that Edik Radzinsky does not leave a stone unturned on howling on this topic. How to know, who knows - may happen during his lifetime to see the same documentary film about the subsequent history of Nika's family halfway up to the moment when Radzinsky and the KGB major were digging up skulls during the Soviet era, which he himself told about, and then again buried it in reserve and at the same time we find out, Why did the secretary of the regional committee Yeltsin demolish the Ipatyevsky house?
      4. AK64
        AK64 19 March 2016 11: 02
        -1
        But they, too, were destroyed in the same way.


        These were destroyed by the victors. (As indeed the Russian Empire)
    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 19 March 2016 09: 52
      +5
      Quote: apro
      Unfortunately, friendship and common affairs with arrogant people did not bring anyone to good, one German correctly said it is bad when your enemy is English, but even worse when you consider him a friend. There were no objective prerequisites for the revolution, and the Anglican money did all the dirty work, for the gifted Bolsheviks have nothing to do with it, they will take their own later when the Februaryists destroyed the army and the country.


      The snake kublo circled around there from various villains and representatives of various currents. Now in Moscow, too, no better
    3. Litsvin
      Litsvin 19 March 2016 22: 24
      +2
      These are not mythical "Anglo-Saxons" - the real enemies who carried out a coup in Russia in 1917 - they are "zhydy" in Belarusian, "Jews" in Russian. More precisely, a scanty part of them, called "zhydomason" - a bunch of oligarchs who parasitized in the British Empire and the United States. Rothschilds, Kuns, Leeb, Schiffs, Rockefellers. This is who killed our tsar and tried to destroy Russia. Why this happened - the answer is known. Traitors lived and parasitized in Russia itself, they "were part of it" and "knew it from within." Who is it? These are ethnic Jews (partially or completely) Blank (Lenin), Bronstein (Trotsky), Yeshua Sverdlov, Rosenfeld (Kamenev), Apfelbaum (Zinoviev) and "darkness beyond". The Bolsheviks were financed by the Jydomason clans of the USA - the connecting link in transferring money for the revolution in Russia was the same cousin of Trotsky-Bronstein, who lived in the USA, who was Jacob Schiff's "confidant".
      The goal of the coup is to destroy Russia as a state and turn it into a kaganate, where the "Russians" themselves were assigned the role of "goyim" (according to the Talmud - slaves) who would have mined the natural resources of Russia for the "Zhydomason Anglo-American gang". Who killed the king and his family? Russians? No - read who was by nationality Yurovsky, Voikov and other "regicides". And what was the Jewish rabbi doing in the Ipatiev House during the execution of the Tsar and his family? The Bolsheviks almost managed to turn Russia into a kaganate (for example, under Trotsky's rule, 93% of all gold mined in Russia went straight to Jewish banks in the United States, the same dealers got almost all furs, about 70% of the forest, 50% of iron, more than 80% of precious stones , about 73% oil, etc. on a long list). If it were not for the Great Stalin, who came to power and chopped off Trotsky's playful Jewish hands in 1926, then Russia as a state would no longer exist. Seeing that the coup d'etat in Russia did not give results, the "Western" businessmen decided to act against Russia in a different way - starting in 1922 they financed Adolf Hitler and eventually brought him to power. The goal is the same, to destroy Russia and divide its wealth. If it were not for the Great Russian Soldier, who defended his Motherland, Russia would not exist again. So, briefly, but it is clear who is the true enemy of Orthodox Russia.
      Who is to blame for the 1917 tragedy? Tsar Nicholas 2. Being the Head of the Empire and, UNCONDITIONALLY, possessing reliable information about the subversive activities of the same Lenins and Trotsky, the Tsar, due to his natural soft-bodied character, did not show firmness and as a result lost the Great Country, his life and his loved ones, doomed the Russian people on "samogenotsid". What the Bible says - "Take away the shepherd and the sheep will be scattered." What was the first thing the king had to do? Yes, it is very simple - "to cut off the head of the Jewish International" - to catch the elite of the socialists, to judge them according to the law as traitors to the state and execute them. And just something, the history of our country would have gone on a different, much less dramatic and tragic scenario. Let this be a lesson to the future rulers of Russia !!!
  2. semirek
    semirek 19 March 2016 07: 21
    +11
    There was definitely a conspiracy and the top generals took part, but what could they promise for this? Nikolay could calmly deploy an army to Petrograd and none of the reservists would go to the front-line soldiers without speaking about street demonstrators. So, there was simply blackmail against the tsar - the family could be captured, that’s the compromise decision on abdication. But where did all these conspirators find themselves after? After October and did their conscience torment them? As far as I know, Kerensky rushed to Kaledin to the Don, but he didn’t even accept him, Guchkov, Milyukov and the whole pack then they lounged about in Denikin’s wagon train.
    I will add one thing, there were no prerequisites for the logical collapse of the Russian Empire, even in wartime conditions and these are obvious facts.
    Yes, the Bolsheviks were by no means involved in February for the reason that they simply weren’t there yet, they were brought up and prepared for October by Kerensky, the very first liberal of post-imperial Russia, like Yeltsin.
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 19 March 2016 07: 51
      0
      Quote: semirek
      Nikolay could calmly deploy an army to Petrograd

      The German General Staff would only applaud while standing
      1. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 19 March 2016 14: 37
        +1
        Quote: sa-ag
        Quote: semirek
        Nikolay could calmly deploy an army to Petrograd

        The German General Staff would only applaud while standing

        It was very difficult for the Germans to fight on two fronts, especially since the front in France was the main one.
        Russia could well remove units from the front. We quite steadily held the front.
        But political will was needed to give the order to shoot.
    2. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 19 March 2016 15: 23
      0
      Quote: semirek

      Yes, the Bolsheviks were by no means involved in February for the reason that they simply weren’t there yet, they were brought up and prepared for October by Kerensky, the very first liberal of post-imperial Russia, like Yeltsin.

      Well, in the first place, the Bolsheviks existed and did not disappear, they both campaigned in the army and the people for the development of the imperialist war into civil war, and they immediately appeared in the Soviets and in the Urals Sverdlov created one of the most powerful Bolshevik organizations.
      So they took part, and the most active in all events.
      1. avt
        avt 19 March 2016 17: 44
        +2
        Quote: Cap.Morgan
        Well, in the first place, the Bolsheviks existed, and did not disappear, they both in the army and the people conducted their agitation for the development of the imperialist war into a civil war,

        Secondly - for this, up to the order number 1 of the Provisional Government up to the execution and all-ee! But immediately after February 1917 and the amnesty, the main core of the Bolsheviks who did not run away behind the cordon sat stupidly, again arranged by the Februaryists with the return of the asset and practically legalization of the party, it really was not childish. for the sake of momentary benefit did Kerensky's shobla throw the real punitive instruments of power into the ditch? "Any state is violence." Well, taking into account the male population passed through the blood of the war - what result did you want to get besides the October 1917?
      2. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 19 March 2016 19: 22
        +1
        Quote: Cap.Morgan
        Bolsheviks existed

        And the Mensheviks also existed, as did Trotsky's "Mezhraiontsy". And the sharp increase in the influence of the Bolsheviks by June-July 1917 in Petrograd is not least due to the fact that Trotsky's "Mezhraiontsy" joined the Bolsheviks.
      3. Alexey T. (Oper)
        Alexey T. (Oper) 20 March 2016 15: 53
        0
        As an organized force, the Bolsheviks did not take part in the revolution. It is this conclusion that can be drawn from a careful reading of the memoirs of the members of the RSDLP (b) about this historical period, published back in the middle of the 20's.
        1. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 21 March 2016 12: 09
          0
          Directly in the February events - yes, they did not accept, frankly, "the Bolshevik comrades overslept February." But in March-April they pulled themselves up from emigration and exile (after the famous amnesties of the Provisional Government), infiltrated the Soviets - and off they went (the so-called "dual power").
        2. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 21 March 2016 12: 09
          0
          Directly in the February events - yes, they did not accept, frankly, "the Bolshevik comrades overslept February." But in March-April they pulled themselves up from emigration and exile (after the famous amnesties of the Provisional Government), infiltrated the Soviets - and off they went (the so-called "dual power").
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 19 March 2016 08: 12
    +7
    Classical arguments about the causes of the February revolution are reduced to a simple scheme: tsarism came to a standstill, and the masses (workers, peasants, soldiers) driven to despair started an uprising.... And with this classic version, it somehow doesn’t take into account that the revolution of 1905-1907 took place all over the country .. and the February one only in two centers in Moscow and Petrograd .. And then they announced to the people .. that’s how it was .. the king abdicated .. More like a coup ..
    1. avt
      avt 19 March 2016 09: 55
      +1
      Quote: parusnik
      : tsarism has reached an impasse,

      No, well, after all, I really did, since DURING THE WAR, it was the top of the elite of that tsarist society that decided on the type of “castling” of the supreme commander in chief, and even with a change in the state government system, that is, a classic revolution.
      Quote: parusnik
      and the desperate masses (workers, peasants, soldiers) raised an uprising ...

      Brought to you And here you can’t really argue. BUT! Brought to you in a single city - St. Petersburg. Well, a medical fact - the lack of food products was in stores, but it was in unloaded cars in the driveways! Nabutov noted this even in the documentary series of the description of that time with amazement from what he saw archival documents. But the soldiers of the spare regiments did not have to persuade them to go to the front for a long time.
      Quote: parusnik
      Classical discussions about the causes of the February Revolution come down to a simple scheme

      The scheme is really classic and at first glance simple, but the details .... everything is in the details and in the performers. And so, yes - everything is simple. How just then to relieve SPECIFIC responsibility for what happened, especially when they personally take the gills from the Cheka, well, also in the classic version, here is an example
      Quote: afdjhbn67
      The collapse of imperialism is inevitable, like DMB)))) All empires collapsed due to quite objective circumstances, due to the time span and the reasons were different - basically the transition to a new economic structure (level), and all these attempts to attract the ubiquitous traitors are frank
      Straight on Vysotsky -, So let go! It will be easier for you! Well, why bother? Kohl life is all one to condemn. "
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 19 March 2016 10: 40
      +5
      Quote: parusnik
      And with this classic version, somehow it is not taken into account that the revolution of 1905-1907 took place all over the country ..and the February one only at two centers in Moscow and Petrograd .. And then they announced to the people .. that’s the way it is..the king abdicated .. More like a coup ..

      Something this suspiciously reminds me ..... Not the 1991th?
    3. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 19 March 2016 14: 56
      +2
      Quote: parusnik
      . And then announced to the people.

      On the radio or what?
      Quote: parusnik
      Russia could well remove units from the front. We quite steadily held the front.

      Are you sure that by the 17th year the units were combat ready?
      Or all the same, the troops gnawed lice, they ate poorly and the troops stupidly lacked shells. And did the troops even want to keep the front?
      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      But political will was needed to give the order to shoot.

      Who to shoot at? To the people? And who was the army at that time?
      If such an order had been issued, the civil war would have started much earlier, and then it would have been for sure, the country was torn to pieces.
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 19 March 2016 19: 24
        0
        On the radio or what?.. By telegraph, from telegraph to newspapers .. You see, then the telegraph already existed and the newspapers were already there, they didn’t write on the walls like in ancient Rome ...
        Here is my quote .. And with this classic version, it somehow doesn’t take into account the fact that the 1905-1907 revolution took place all over the country .. and the February one only in two centers in Moscow and Petrograd .. And then they announced to the people .. this is the case ..the king abdicated .. More like a coup ..
        Quote: parusnik
        Russia could well remove units from the front. We quite steadily held the front.
        ..That you quote me .. where in my comment above is the word front? hi
        1. PHANTOM-AS
          PHANTOM-AS 11 December 2016 20: 38
          +1
          Quote: parusnik
          That you quote me .. where in my comment above, the word front?

          One hundred pardons, but this is some kind of mistake, they themselves saw the site being modified,this is a quote from Cap.Morgan
          Sorry again hi
      2. Andrey Zh
        Andrey Zh 11 December 2016 19: 37
        +1
        Anyway, they were already tearing ...
  4. mervino2007
    mervino2007 19 March 2016 08: 15
    +5
    Our last king was weak. Not physically, he looked after his body perfectly, but spiritually. Yes, you have to listen to everyone and do it your way. But how to do this, if even your own family is asleep and sees how to take his place? The lowlands of the people created the preconditions for the implementation of the plans of the then elite. And also "the Englishwoman crap", how can it be without her. And her money. We were also taught that history repeats itself ...
    1. avt
      avt 19 March 2016 10: 23
      +1
      Quote: mervino2007
      Weak turned out to be our last king. Not physically, he watched his body perfectly, but spiritually. Yes, we must listen to everything and do it our own way.

      He was counted down to underpants! Clearly rechecking the murder of Rasputin for his reaction. So, in the end, having pulled him out of the front and before symbolically stopping his train at the Bottom station, the Grand Duke, well, the future emigre tsar Kiryukha, whose descendants bagratuni-Hohenzoilers are now pulling out of their dresses in an effort to sit on the kingdom in the Kremlin for the distillation with Michael of Kent, with a guards naval crew, he blocked the queen with the children, well, like, "took guard". ALL! From Kolka it is not something to sign something, but you could even demand that he jump through the hoop! And you want him
      Quote: mervino2007
      and do it your way

      laughing Well, sweat-oh-oh-oh, when the "monarchists" jumped with joy to St. Petersburg with his signed letter to General Alekseev, to finish the title - "Manifesto", he wrote the second letter, the very one that Alekseev, according to his recollections, put in his pocket. "But not only Nicky pissed himself on the throne, failing to fulfill his official duties, which he himself claimed to be," the owner of the Russian land. "A relative of the regent also pissed off to join when Rodzianko openly threatened him - you will fit in, you will go out into the street and you can't take two steps. And the second one merged with his "renunciation" of not taking power. And it turns out that the Bolsheviks are to blame! laughing Who raised this power from the ditch.
      1. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 19 March 2016 15: 31
        +1
        Quote: avt
        Quote: mervino2007
        Weak turned out to be our last king. Not physically, he watched his body perfectly, but spiritually. Yes, we must listen to everything and do it our own way.


        laughing Well, sweat-oh-oh-oh, when the "monarchists" jumped with joy to St. Petersburg with his signed letter to General Alekseev, to finish the title - "Manifesto", he wrote the second letter, the very one that Alekseev, according to his recollections, put in his pocket. "But not only Nicky pissed himself on the throne, failing to fulfill his official duties, which he himself claimed to be," the owner of the Russian land. "A relative of the regent also pissed off to join when Rodzianko openly threatened him - you will fit in, you will go out into the street and you can't take two steps. And the second one merged with his "renunciation" of not taking power. And it turns out that the Bolsheviks are to blame! laughing Who raised this power from the ditch.

        What does it mean to raise power from a ditch?
        What specific branches of power were absent on October 17th? All were available.
        The ministries and the bureaucracy worked. Trains and trams went. Plants worked.
        The Bolsheviks initiated a military coup, not believing that it was possible.
        Sverdlov in his famous safe kept passports and currency, diamonds taken from the bodies of murdered aristocrats, so that he could run any second ahead of the sound of his own screech ...
        1. EvilLion
          EvilLion 19 March 2016 16: 03
          +3
          Yes, yes, all branches of government "worked", so they worked that comrades came to the Winter Palace and said: "Get out!", And the entire interim government went, and this did not affect the movement of trams. Nobody even lifted a finger.

          Well, they run trams in Kiev. Until. Maybe 5 years will go on, maybe 10, maybe 15, maybe they will pass by Russian tanks moving across Kiev, just by posting announcements that rubles are now accepted for payment. But this does not stop the armed gangs from doing whatever they want, and neither Poroshenko, nor the Armed Forces of Ukraine or the hell can stop it.
        2. avt
          avt 19 March 2016 17: 44
          +2
          Quote: Cap.Morgan
          What specific branches of power were absent on October 17th?

          Of the young Jehovists, who are “hello, a young, unfamiliar tribe.”? Well, what can you say, just the classic - teach materiel. Start in the summer of 1917 and the famous St. Petersburg dual power of the Soviets of Workers, Peasants, Soldiers and Cossack Deputies, and the Provisional Government itself. Again, than for the Army, which, like, hasn't gone anywhere either, order # 1 turned around to abolish the death penalty, ranks and ranks shorter, well, let's follow this to create a vacuum, again, the election of commanders (this is during the war!) Again, a classic example this bacchanalia - Cetrobalt in the navy. In short - Study, study and study again. Then you will understand that the so-called "coup of October 1917" is again a classical revolution with a change in general of the WHOLE way of life and not from scratch, but quite a crown for itself - the triumph of leaving like sand through your fingers, Kerensky's real levers of control, which Volodya grabbed greedily and ..... very clearly formulated what for the idiots who threw Nikolashka off in February ale did not reach for six months, “It is not enough to take power, it must be retained!” What Vova Lenin and his comrades proved in practice brilliantly.
          Quote: Cap.Morgan
          Sverdlov in his famous safe kept passports and currency, diamonds taken from the bodies of murdered aristocrats, so that he could run any second ahead of the sound of his own screech ...

          laughing fool Turn on the brain did not try? Well, at least it's just stupid to realize a simple fact like a lowing - How can you
          Quote: Cap.Morgan
          to run any second ahead of the sound of your own screech ...

          a person with a personal safe content of 300 kilograms? laughing Be afraid of both Yasha and Leyba, who was really sent away and lived comfortably, until the ice ax pierced his head, they knew HOW to competently ensure life in exile. For example, Comrade Bronstein nicknamed Trotsky normally cantalized like this through the uncle of the American banker Zhivotovsky, who had risen boldly on supplies to the army, hence
          Quote: Balu
          In one of the films, Mlechin has a curious photo: Trotsky and the British ambassador to Russia in tailcoats with the tsar’s general in full dress, very pleased with themselves.

          there is something to rejoice about.
        3. Captain45
          Captain45 19 March 2016 18: 12
          0
          Sorry, but you don’t think that with this phrase
          Quote: Cap.Morgan
          Sverdlov in his famous safe kept passports and currency, diamonds taken from the bodies of murdered aristocrats to escape at any second

          You’re kind of contradicting yourself. Could you explain how, before the October Revolution, Sverdlov got the diamonds from the bodies of the murdered aristocrats, if they hadn’t killed them yet, did he start to kill them before the revolution and take off his pants or is it like that for red words? Then it’s not serious.
  5. Lex.
    Lex. 19 March 2016 09: 25
    +6
    Ukrainian event was like a scinaria
  6. Ivan Tartugai
    Ivan Tartugai 19 March 2016 09: 58
    +10
    Quote from the article:
    It is clear that the security forces carry out coups, and in the case of riots, the security forces must also rebuff the rebels.

    Quote from the article:
    What is it? Will paralysis, cowardice, stupidity, inconsistency with official position? Hardly. This is just not stupidity, but treachery. Key security officials simply refused to defend the state.

    Like this reminds collapse of the USSR, which occurred more than 70 years after the February Revolution.
    Also key security officials, namely the high command of the USSR, the Minister of Defense, the Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the chairman of the KGB, the generals of the Soviet army, Soviet police, Soviet state security agencies simply refused to defend the state. They just played the GKChP performance, that’s the whole defense of the country, all the execution of their general duty.
    The difference is that here, besides the generals, the head of state himself, the general secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, as well as the highest party nomenclature also fell the country.
    And the marshals and generals, the highest generals of the army, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the KGB seemed to be "enchanted" from the side of the speeches of Michal Sergeich and were unable to move either an arm or a leg, as if under hypnosis. In general, as if not in business.
    Probably, only one General Pugo tried to defend the country, and he allegedly shot himself, and even before he committed suicide, he shot his wife. But for some reason he did not write a suicide note.
    It is very likely that both of them and Pugo and his wife were shot, eager for "democratic" change.
    The rest of the marshals and generals of the Soviet army, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, the KGB of the USSR were in favor of "democratic" changes.
    Without our marshals and generals of the army, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the KGB, without the participation of the Minister of Defense of the USSR, the Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, the chairman of the KGB of the USSR, the country would not have been overwhelmed, at least without their consent.
    One party nomenclature led by Michal Sergeyech would not have overcome this task.
  7. Baloo
    Baloo 19 March 2016 10: 59
    +8
    In one of the films, Mlechin has a curious photo: Trotsky and the British ambassador to Russia in tailcoats with the tsar’s general in full dress, very pleased with themselves.
    Kerensky’s grandson: the grandfather spoke about the February revolution like this: 12 people called Trotsky in America and that’s all ...
    The tale begs: when Russia began to weaken Germany at the fronts, the British ambassador comes to the tsar and says: hear Kolyan, let’s renounce, the queen will take you for a bail. Tsar: no, I'm the master of the Russian land. And then the revolution, the king calls the sister-queen of England: sister, they trampled me from the house, do you shelter? Queen: Nope, cramped by ourselves.
    In the old textbook on the history of the Communist Party of 1963 for the partouche system, at the end there is a small paragraph about the beitzantung bureau. They told us at the institute and school that it was the German Social Democrats who came to help make the revolution. In the film Mlechina list with a stamp of the archive of the respected service of the 30 Democrats from oberst to corporal. Parallels with Ukraine are self-evident.
    And what about the parallels with Russia? Of course, Navalny is not Trotsky, he is too small in comparison with this bloody executioner of October and an agent of influence of the Naglo-Saxons. But he has a "patron" - Guriev, last year he was admitted to the Belderbek club. And I was all surprised that this position was running into the red-haired, also a member of the Belderbek club. This is that Guriev, the former rector of the Higher School of Economics, who was part of the VVP circle and was close friends with Khodorkovsky. Left Russia, expressing disagreement with the expert opinion on YUKOS. Now he will make a revolution, sitting in London or Switzerland. History repeats itself, eternal movement in a spiral, all according to Lenin.
    I hope that we and our close ones, colleagues, friends, relatives, neighbors, all of us Russians, this time will not let the Nugglo Saxons and the other Hapsburg Vaticans destroy our country. Yes, hard, prices and all that.
    Look at Ukraine, what happened to the most prosperous republic in the USSR! A bunch of traitors ... Kuchma, a former young Bendera, is proud of this. And the rest of the leaders, the better?
    "Ukraine lay under Russia, we'd better lie under Europe with the FSA." How is Lavrov about such ...
    Ukraine was an equal partner of Russia, and now lay down. Geyrope licks pussy, behind FSA uses. In line Turkogan with the Saudis and ISIS. Ugh, disgusting like everyone else.
    But the Ukrainians, whose profession is to defend Ukraine, when they realize that the enemies in Kiev are in the parliament and the SBU, and not in the Donbass. When will Ukrainians be driven away from the land that the Piglet with its gang will sell to the FSA and geyrop? Then who will understand the enemy? They do not understand that the war in the Donbass is the war of the Kiev junta with the Ukrainian people, so that someone himself goes away to the neighbors, and whoever does not leave, that bullet flies and yeah ...
    We will not jump and will not ride, we are Russians. hi
    1. avt
      avt 19 March 2016 13: 56
      +2
      Quote: Balu
      . And then the revolution, the king calls the sister-queen of England: sister, they trampled me from the house, do you shelter? Queen: Nope, cramped by ourselves.

      No. Not so. Shurik (Kerensky)
      Quote: Balu
      calls the sister-queen of England:
      Actually, there the king seemed to be taxing then. wassat
      “Hear - will you take your bro with a plow?” “I’ll take it, well, after all, what kind of relatives,” the king says. Well, Shurik first sent the family things, and when the kinglet received the packed clothes, then he yelled - “Ohreneli! we ourselves are cramped, and even with things! Leave this “holy family” to yourself, we have enough of his clothes. So, BY THIS TIME, NOBODY KNOWS how much and what was sent to London. request And most importantly, ANYONE IS NOT ALLOWED not only to things - they do not give the inventory to read, they say, we will give it to the rightful owner, or to his DIRECT heirs. The normal gesheft, the guys in Buckingham turned out to be registered - I lived for that kind of money! Everything is like in the film - Coffee , coffee! What a coffee!? .... And you are not witnesses for the court. "
      1. Captain45
        Captain45 19 March 2016 18: 19
        0
        Quote: avt
        Actually, there the king seemed to be taxing then.

        And not just a king, George 5 was a cousin of Nikolashka. Here, damn the family. Two cousins ​​with his own uncle Wilhelm. They fought for two years. Degenerates or according to Lavrov (who is the minister). DBL / BLT laughing
      2. Baloo
        Baloo 19 March 2016 18: 25
        +1
        Kolyan earlier not only to his sister in ёndon, something France clamped, shaetsiya. Fussing around with the self-proclaimed descendants of the Romanovs is for this purpose started to legally hide. Why does our Foreign Ministry not move to recapture the gold of tsarist Russia? And we forgive debts to everyone without hitting. Offensive, yo ...
        1. avt
          avt 19 March 2016 21: 39
          +1
          Quote: Balu
          , something France clamped

          This, something "came first from Vova to Germany after the Brest Peace, and then settled in Paris as a contribution from the German -" ends, ends .... ends in water "
          Quote: Balu
          Fussing around with the self-proclaimed descendants of the Romanovs is for this purpose started to legally hide.

          Well, somehow all this mess with the "tsar's remains" and started in order to saw the foreign property of the house of the Romanovs (very much there then Borisik Nemtsov, the deceased, was fussing about more than Radzinsky, he was spinning with a shout-scream at all the questions on the examination, probably pure from monarchist conviction and giving justice wassat historical), which Nikolashka directly disposed of and could dispose of his DIRECT FLOW. That’s why, right after the funeral, the Romanov’s gang that flocked at them immediately chose a new head of the Romanov’s house, just like in Soviet times, the descendants of the hetman in the Ukrainian SSR took part in an evoyable barrel of gold, on which ahrenitic interest ran in. But it didn’t work.
          Quote: Balu
          Why does our Foreign Ministry not move to recapture the gold of tsarist Russia?

          They tried, but ..... and so it was possible to take away half of Japan for interest, well, for the Kolchak gold they received, but didn’t put up a weapon. Yes, and then somehow they all merged the admiral together with the Bolsheviks with one echelon like broken gold. So it was great for everyone, by the way - at the headquarters of Kolchak in the French military mission of General Joubert, then served the French officer of the General Staff la Fganse - the brother-in-law of Yasha Sverdlov and the adopted son of the great proletarian writer M. Gorkov / Peshkov - Zinovy.
          1. Baloo
            Baloo 19 March 2016 23: 23
            +1
            Fritsev is a hereditary scammer. On one line, the seventh water is on jelly to Ya. Sverdlov, on the other, to his friend ebn. Lucky was skating, but overestimated, did not understand Tafft: "... the leaders of the opposition in Russia Navalny and Nemtsov will soon be useful to us." Navalny understood everything instantly. I went down into the subway, cormoled and hid for petty hooliganism for a week in the dungeons of the ROVD. And Nemtsov, a mischievous reveler, in the wind, under wet snow, went to his misfortune to walk the chick on the bridge (the girlfriend of the former Kiev cop, the founder of one of the first perestroika cooperatives of the Kiev killers).
            Interestingly, but 5% of the residues of RAO EU across the country and the Moscow Region will now be inherited?
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    2. Rivares
      Rivares 19 March 2016 17: 12
      +3
      Quote: Balu
      But he has a "patron" - Guriev

      Totally agree with you. Forgot only to mention Surkov ..
  8. Shornikov
    Shornikov 19 March 2016 12: 43
    -7
    Another version from the "historian", from the "verified" resource.
    1. Baloo
      Baloo 19 March 2016 18: 27
      +1
      Not a version, but your opinion. I do not pretend to the truth in the first instance, besides, I am not a historian, far away. I just walked by and spoke up. And what, nizya? crying
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  9. Vadim42
    Vadim42 19 March 2016 14: 44
    +2
    Golimatya collected from torn offers. The tsarist government overthrew the tsar, and Lenin and the team competently worked in the wings.
  10. slovak
    slovak 19 March 2016 15: 38
    0
    The list of the first provisional government was published on August 13, 1915 in the newspaper Utro Rossii owned by Ryabushinsky, with some changes. Probably interesting.
  11. EvilLion
    EvilLion 19 March 2016 15: 57
    -2
    Well, of course, where did the popular discontent come when the surplus apportionment system was ALREADY introduced in the country, since the peasants didn’t even sell bread to their native tsar? Why is there discontent when, on the front line, which year without any clear results, the army washes blood, and families lose young strong workers, and it is not even clear why? What are you, there will be no discontent, everyone will sing and dance with joy.

    Well, and most importantly, the meaning of the state is that the union of several dozen people, or some kind of individual agents, in principle, are unable to exert a serious influence on it. And if the "empire" with a population of 200 million can be destroyed by some Entente agents (but why should they do this in 1917, they don't really understand) or Germany, or "a row of drunken sailors from the Aurora", or some other crap in the spirit of Starikov, then the hell is such an "empire" needed.
    1. Rivares
      Rivares 19 March 2016 17: 29
      +2
      Quote: EvilLion
      And if the "empire" with a population of 200 million

      Now, in fact, the "empire" is only 140 million. It means that the empire was not such an unsuccessful and lagging behind ..
    2. Baloo
      Baloo 19 March 2016 18: 37
      +3
      Telegraph, bank, train station and what else? ...
      The body still rules the head, even when the commands to the organs and limbs go badly and the interaction is broken. And death occurs when the head ceases to fight for its own life.
      So the empire died not because of non-viability, but because of the destructive activity of enemy forces, just like the USSR. Just as they are now trying to ruin Russia.
      The Harvard project consists of three phases. At first they managed to break up the USSR. On the second, divide Russia into 7 regions (remember how EBN-take sovereignty as much as you can?) The West stumbled on GDP and the forces that it represents. Hence, this frantic propaganda inside and out against the GDP.
      About the third stage, Brzezinski writes as follows: we will cut Russia as a sausage.
      And you are an empire ... Stalinism ... regime ... Yes, I am for the Russia that the GDP is building with its own team. How many enterprises and industries were destroyed during the EBN and the junta of liberals? How many enterprises and industries were created with GDP?
      And this is despite the active opposition of the West and the East.
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  12. Poplar505
    Poplar505 19 March 2016 17: 27
    +4
    I read somewhere, the Kerensky and Ulyanovs lived not only in one city, but also in the neighboring streets, visited family gatherings for a visit.
    Kerensky and Lenin are links in one chain, one operation. The Bolsheviks, who are also former Bundists, did not take over the power, but went on getting the baton. The goal is the collapse of the Empire, the collapse of Russia, the destruction of the Russian people. Few temporary detention facilities of these murderers, sadists, Jewish revolutionaries shot ...
    1. Captain45
      Captain45 19 March 2016 18: 29
      +5
      Quote: Poplar505
      I read somewhere, the Kerensky and Ulyanovs lived not only in one city, but also in the neighboring streets, visited family gatherings for a visit.

      Ilya Ulyanov (Volodya’s dad) was a school superintendent, and Sasha Kerensky’s dad was the director of the gymnasium where Volodya studied. In general, there was one goblet, Volodya’s dad was the head of Kerensky’s dad, and Volodya studied in parallel classes with Sasha. Drugan was a child, but and muddied is not childish.
      1. Alexey T. (Oper)
        Alexey T. (Oper) 20 March 2016 16: 13
        +1
        Quote: Captain45
        .In general, one cube, Pope Volodya was the head of Pope Kerensky, and Volodya himself studied in parallel classes with Sasha.

        Did not study. Kerensky 1881 year of birth, he was 11 years younger than Lenin. They studied in the same gymnasium, but in completely different periods
        1. Captain45
          Captain45 20 March 2016 16: 50
          +2
          Quote: Alexey T. (Opera)
          Did not study. Kerensky 1881 year of birth, he was 11 years younger than Lenin. They studied in the same gymnasium, but in completely different periods

          Thanks for the amendment. I blurted out something about the park, then I remembered my birth dates, but nevertheless, F.M. Kerensky issued a certificate and a certificate to Kazan University to Volodya Ulyanov.
          About FM Kerensky: "Fyodor Mikhailovich began his studies at the Penza Theological Seminary. After graduating from the course and passing the test, he was appointed a teacher of the Russian language at the Penza district school. After serving two years, he entered the Kazan Imperial University at the Faculty of History and Philology. In Kazan, they met with Nikolai Petrovich Ostroumov, then served in Kazan, Vyatka, Simbirsk. (From the form list: “By the order of the Minister of Public Education dated May 5, 1879, No. 6, was transferred by the director to the Simbirsk gymnasium from March 24 1879 ".)
          While still in Kazan, Fedor Mikhailovich married with Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, nee Adler. N.P. Ostroumov in his diaries writes about the origin of N.A. Adler is a Potsdam German. In 1875, the first child, daughter Nadezhda, appeared in the Kerensky family. And then every two years, a loving spouse gave children a happy father. In 1877, Elena was born. In 1879, shortly before moving to Simbirsk, Anna. In Simbirsk, where the Kerensky family will spend exactly 10 years, they will have two sons: Alexander - 22 April 1881 years and Fedor - 17 June 1883 years.
          In Simbirsk, the Kerenskys will meet and will maintain friendly relations with the Ulyanov family, whose head, Ilya Nikolaevich, will become Fyodor Mikhailovich's immediate superior. In January 1886, Ilya Nikolayevich died. The following year, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin) graduated from the Kerensky gymnasium. Mindful of the long-standing friendship with his father, Fyodor Mikhailovich gave Volodya Ulyanov an excellent characteristic, which opened the way to Kazan University. He signed the document knowing that V.I. Ulyanov was executed as a state criminal a few weeks ago. "(C)" The Secret of the Kerensky Family "" Top Secret "No. 11 for 2013 http://www.sovsekretno.ru/magazines/id/457/
  13. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander 19 March 2016 17: 48
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    The article is good, but the author shows that the elite betrayed the king and destroyed the state. But, excuse me, why the heck is a king who CANNOT keep the elite in check? Why the heck is a king who DOESN'T KNOW TO PROTECT HIMSELF? Weakness, stupidity, laziness, inability to manage people are the hallmark of the reign of Nicholas 11. The result is also logical. By the way, today's Russia is very similar to that in the 17th. The same weak, stupid, incapable of recruiting "tsar", the same corrupt elite, and the same indignant people, the same hostile international environment ... Then the Bolsheviks saved the situation, and now who?
    1. Mwg
      Mwg 20 March 2016 15: 22
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      Former Kombat. But imagine that you have a friend whom you trust endlessly, and someone powerful has the intention to remove you with the hands of your friend. They give your friend 1 million something and at the same time take your daughter hostage. And this someone is unknown, or known, but inaccessible. And this someone invites your friend to kill you, and for this they promise him several million more, and lifelong happiness for all members of your family. Do you think your friend will choose you and the loss of his daughter or well-being in a single family?
  14. barbiturate
    barbiturate 19 March 2016 17: 50
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    Does the author say that the king is not to blame for anything? Something is incomprehensible) It turns out that all the generals whom he exalted betrayed him. The people to whom he entrusted the preparation of Russia for the war, too, failed mediocre. So who is to blame for this? Recently Serdyukov was called a witness, he also babbled - he knew nothing, did not know! Did you steal? It can’t be !! All sold out ?? Yes you are kidding !! etc. Demand is always from the chief, commander, leader, president, king.
  15. jakub
    jakub 19 March 2016 18: 38
    +2
    sorry Trotsky ice ax in 17 did not hit
  16. jakub
    jakub 19 March 2016 18: 39
    +2
    sorry Trotsky ice ax in 17 did not hit
  17. Mwg
    Mwg 20 March 2016 15: 13
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    The article very well revealed the mechanism of the coup in the country, ANY COUNTRY! So it was in Russia in 1917, it was so in Germany in 1933, it was so in Russia in 1991, it was so in Ukraine in 2014. And it was exactly the same in England (1 bourgeois revolution), in France (when the Bastille was taken), Libya , Iraq, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, etc. etc. The same scenario is uncomplicatedly repeated for 200 years. Who! Aliens? )) Reptilians? )) Can you know who?
  18. Alexey T. (Oper)
    Alexey T. (Oper) 20 March 2016 15: 49
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    The author writes:

    = There was no “spontaneous rebellion of the discontented masses" =

    BUT this contradicts all known historical sources - both documents and memoirs of direct witnesses of the events, which all unanimously say that the speeches in Petrograd began with spontaneous demonstrations of workers demanding bread and pogroms of bakeries and shops.

    Those. spontaneous speech of the population still was.

    Consequently, the whole article is absolutely incorrect, since it is based on a false premise
  19. Alexey T. (Oper)
    Alexey T. (Oper) 20 March 2016 16: 04
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    Quote: Poplar505
    The Bolsheviks, they are former Bundists,
    The Bolsheviks were never Bundists. They invited the Bund as one of the Social Democratic parties to unite, but this did not happen. Since at the Second Congress of the RSDLP, which was supposed to be unifying for all Social Democratic parties, the representatives of the Bund showed narrowly nationalist views, demanding that they be considered the only representatives of the Jews in Social Democracy. Naturally, no one went for it and the Bundists left the congress without waiting for the end of its work.
  20. palm
    palm 23 March 2016 23: 20
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    German spies have done things .... more than 100 years as the country has been continuously sausage and the end of perestroika is not to be seen ....