ms.sue, i'm not complaining, just wondering why you never give just a straight answer, you also just give a website to go to?
I do that to help you find your own information. I'm sure your book describes the Bolshevik Revolution, but in case you can't find your answer there, I'll post websites that clearly give your answer.
In addition, Jiskha tutors do not usually give answers. We're here to HELP you, not do your assignments for you.
Did you find what you need in those sites? I'll be glad to check your understanding of this revolution.
sort of, can i post my answer to the question and see if it's good?
this is my answer to the question: explain in detail 3 separate causes of the bolshevik Revolution.
There were many causes of the Bolshevik Revolution. One of these reasons was poor leadership from Czar Nicholas. He held very strict control over Russia. There were many problems existing within the working class; yet he ignored them all. In the military, Czar Nicholas was viewed as a terrible leader. Another cause of the Bolshevik Revolution was internal problems existing in Russia. There were people of the middle class, working class, and peasants who started protesting. There were also revolutionary groups that started becoming popular. There was also an event led by Czar Nicholas called Bloody Sunday where he had his soldiers kill many workers and protesters. One more cause of the Bolshevik Revolution was Russia’s foreign problems. One of them was their loss to Japan in the Russia-Japanese War. Another was World War I: Russia was unprepared to go to war with Germany, and after a year, they lost almost 4 million soldiers. All these things led to the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia.