Why Did Russia Leave Ww1?


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The dual authority of the Provisional Government and Petrograd Soviet reflected the divisions between the upper and lower classes.
Workers and soldiers identified with the Soviet and distrusted the educated and
land-owning members of the Provisional Government.
The Russian army could not match up to the German army and defeat was inevitable.
Politically, Lenin had to end the war because he had promised it to the country and if he did not deliver on that promise he faced his own overthrow.
Russia's involvement in the war with Germany ended on March 3, 1918 with the signing of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk.
Without the Army the Czar was defenseless. In 1917 the Czar was removed from power, and Lenin emerged with a suitcase of 5 million marks and a promise to end the conflict with Germany.

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