What are the social causes of the Russian Revolution?

The social causes of the Russian Revolution mainly came from centuries of oppression of the lower classes by the Tsarist regime and Nicholas’s failures in World War I.

In addition socialist ideas that challenged the status quo led the Russian people to rebel against the autocratic regime of the Tsar.

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