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What were the main objectives of the Russian Revolutionaries?
The following were the main objectives of the Russian Revolutionaries.
A. Peace: The Russian revolutionaries wanted to maintain peace and order in the country. The people of Russia were against the war. Just after the fall of Tzar, Russia withdrew from the war.
B. Land to the Tiller: The Russian revolutionaries were of the opinion that the agricultural land should be allotted to the cultivators as the peasants in Russia were leading a miserable life under the large Landowners.
C. Control of industry by the workers: In Russia, the capitalists greatly exploited the workers. This made the condition of Russian workers deplorable. There was great need to control the industry by workers themselves.
D. Equal status for the non-Russian nationalists: The Russian revolutionaries demanded equal status for the non-Russian nationalities. Just after the revolution, a declaration of the people was issued by the new government conferring them political autonomy.
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