Mar 31, 2020 · The French Revolution and the Russian Revolution were the same in many ways, but were also different in just as many ways. A king who believed in absolutism, just as France was before the revolution, led Russia; the kings didn't accurately represent their people, nor were they close to them; the middle class (bourgeoisie, in France, Duma, in Russia) wanted recognition; and in both cases, the ... This book is about the American and French Revolutions of the XVIIIth century , always with an eye on the Ancient Greeks and the Roman Republic . The Russian Revolution appears once in a while , but only once in a while . The main characters are : John Adams , Thomas Jefferson , Montesquieu , Rousseau , Robespierre , and fellows .
The Russian Revolution in 1917 not only transformed Russia, but also set the stage for a changing world over the next one hundred years. At the end of the last era, you learned about socialist responses to the changes of the Industrial Revolution and the rise of capitalism.
This very revolution is known as 'Glorious Revolution'. It has proved one of the most powerful and effective events or revolutions in the history of England as well as Europe. It marked the end of long struggle between the king and Parliament. Later, it put its influence on French Revolution as well.