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How did World War I contribute to political change in Russia?
Russia’s victories in World War I led to Czar Nicholas’s abdication and retirement.
War on the western front devastated Russia’s army, causing Czar Nicholas to abdicate.
Fuel and food shortages caused by losses on the eastern front led to revolutions in 1917. Czar Nicholas abdicated in favor of constitutional governments due to Russia’s alliance with Britain and France.
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  1. Yes, C.

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  4. What impact did World War I have on Russia? Russia’s territorial losses in the Baltic region led it to sign the Versailles Treaty to end its involvement. Russia’s shattered economy forced the sale of territory to finance its war efforts on the eastern front. Russia’s high casualty rate led Czar Nicholas II to abandon the war effort to save civilian lives. Russia’s losses in World War I led to riots and protests forcing Czar Nicholas II to abdicate.
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