Russian history – 1917 – dissent and the Feb revolution

The Tsar Nicholas II ruled with divine right, and had absolute power over the country. The Duma was, therefore, weak and had little control over Russia. The Provisional Government had two main weaknesses; It was unsure of its own legitimacy and authority It was not elected, and so believed that it could not make any… Continue reading Russian history – 1917 – dissent and the Feb revolution

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British history – essay plan

'Pitt successfully dealt with the challenge of radicalism in the years 1783 to 1801' Explain why you agree AND disagree with this view AGREE: By 1783 - desperately needed someone to restore national confidence, by 1784 Pitt had successfully gained the confidence of the country through his loyalty to his role He had several issues… Continue reading British history – essay plan

Russian history ~ an introduction

Unit 2N For me, Russian history is my depth paper, the paper that requires a lot of knowledge over a short span of time. Personally, this is my favourite of the two history papers, and is the most interesting and easiest to revise for. The start of the course looks at the Tsar Nicholas II… Continue reading Russian history ~ an introduction