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Why was the opposition to the Tsars (1855-1917) more successful than to the communist regime (1917-1964)?

Need help for my A-Level Russian History essay!Thanks!

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  1. tablet says:

    This a real tricky question and as its for your A level history I’ll just give some suggestions 1) The Tsars Overthrow – After a number of failures by Nicholas II i.e : being miles away from the the battle field, being a family man instead of focusing on the country led to huge discontent across Russia. I think the general feeling across the country was for reform, and as Nicholas II didn’t make any huge ones, the opposition was unanimous against him2) Communist Regime I’m doing a dissertation on this, but I will try and be brief. The communist regime under Lenin itself set out the ideological stance of Leninism but didn’t benefit the country enormously. His economic reforms were average, but not the best. It was only when Stalin came into power that the five year plans boosted Russia into a super power (no one can deny this). The only problem was, when Stalin dies in 1953, his successors de-stalinise the country – ruining everything he in fact helped to create. This is also affected by other powers such as China – who took a much more powerful position in the world of Communism through the support of the Korean War in 1950. 3) SuccessBoth regimes are seen successful at points in history. It was said that Russia reached too far in the world and was unable to economical aid it’s fellow communist allies, as well as keep up with the USA. There was always opposition to the communist regime (from within the party of russia) compare to the unity created by Lenin and the working class of 1917.