Kerensky


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Russian revolutionary who was head of state after Nicholas II abdicated but was overthrown by the Bolsheviks (1881-1970)

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The Bolsheviks and Social Revolutionaries overthrew a government led by moderate socialist Alexander Kerensky that had come to power in February 1917 but refused to get out of WWI.
Los juicios de Piotrowski son terminantes: la toma del Palacio de Invierno no resulto tan dramatica como la escenifico Serguei Eisenstein en la pelicula Octubre, dedicada al decimo aniversario de la revolucion; el animo de los bolcheviques era emular la revolucion francesa; el jefe de la operacion de asalto, Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko, pudo ingresar al recinto porque el acceso se hallaba franco, y se extravio en este aun cuando portaba consigo un plano del inmueble, hasta que finalmente pudo dar con los aposentos en donde sesionaba el gabinete de Kerensky, en donde pronuncio las historicas palabras: "En nombre del Comite Militar Revolucionario les pongo a todos bajo arresto".
But within four months, Kerensky would be driven from office by his father's student, and the Bolshevik Revolution would impose a totalitarian dictatorship on Russia.
Laurent went on to add: 'It is untrue to say that within the Socialist Democrat Party, Kerensky represented the rich farmers of Russia'.
Cuando relata los primeros acontecimientos de la Revolucion Bolchevique, situa la participacion de los soldados de Kerensky en su Coup d'Etat frustrado, no solo como un elemento diferenciador entre lo publico y lo privado, sino como una caracteristica que masculiniza la capacitacion politica en una nacion:
According to Kerensky, what Stoppard did not want with Travesties was the play ending up to be "an inconsequential Dadaist play" (86).
The King, Constantine's son George II, now under house arrest, appears in the last interchapter of the volume, praising Plastiras for his killing of the ministers, and saying that Kerensky might have saved his government from Lenin's communist takeover if he had shot more communists while he was prime minister.
The Kerensky Government temporized, and pleaded lack of transport.
Also interestingly, in the same movie, the female agent from the Kerensky government named Fanny Kaplan tried to kill Lenin using the same pistol.
Though he won just nine, Kerensky received $221,842 to cover his hours and expenses, government data show.
Su abdicacion en favor de su hermano, el gran duque Miguel Alexandrovich, fue rechazado por el mismo y, con ello, se dio por terminado el reinado ruso para vislumbrar el nacimiento de un gobierno provisional a cargo de un politico socialista moderado, Fyodor Kerensky.
In France, Danton gave way to Robespierre, in Russia Kerensky was succeeded by Lenin and then by Stalin, in China Sun Yat-sen was eclipsed by Chiang Kai-shek and (later) Mao.
Berry JH, von Mering GO, Schmalfuss C, Hill JA, Kerensky RA.
AFTER LIBERATION, Fenby notes, there was always the risk that the communists, having practicing classic "united front" tactics during the war, would hijack the Resistance movement and leave de Gaulle as a French Kerensky, the Russian transition figure who governed briefly after the Revolution.
The desacralization of the Russian monarchy persisted into 1917 and beyond, affecting the fate of Alexander Kerensky and the Provisional Government as well as the opposition to the Bolsheviks during the Civil War.