Russian Revolution and the Emancipation of Women

Russian Revolution And The Emancipation Of Women

Russian Revolution and the Emancipation of Women

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The Russian Revolutions of 1917, and the events that proceeded and followed it, brought about vast social change. Many women actively participated in the revolution, and many more were affected by the events of that period and the new policies of the Soviet Union.

Russian Women and World War I

Millions of Russian men fought actively in , causing some disruption in the patriarchal gender roles traditional to Russian society.  The number of women workers in industrial centers rose to over one million as 250,000 women joined the workforce between 1914 and 1917.  Peasant women also took on new roles, taking over some of their husbands farm work.  The social conditions of women during World War I effected the role they played in coming revolutions.

The February Revolution and its impact on the Bolshevik party

The  toppled the tsarist regime and established a provisional government.  Women were highly visible in this revolution, gathering in a mass protest on International Women’s Day to call for political rights.  They......

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