Aleksandr Feodorovich Kerensky

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Noun1.Aleksandr Feodorovich Kerensky - Russian revolutionary who was head of state after Nicholas II abdicated but was overthrown by the Bolsheviks (1881-1970)Aleksandr Feodorovich Kerensky - Russian revolutionary who was head of state after Nicholas II abdicated but was overthrown by the Bolsheviks (1881-1970)
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1917: The Bolshevik Revolution, led by Lenin, overthrew prime minister Alexander Kerensky's government.
Alexander Kerensky, had he been able to assert control and lead the revolution in a democratic manner, respecting the fundamental rights of citizens, may well have been able to help fulfill the aspirations of Yuri Zhivago and the many romantic dreamers.
A century ago, the Russian Revolution came down to a showdown between the iron will of Vladimir Lenin and the indecisiveness of Alexander Kerensky, who ended up sneaking out of Saint Petersburg to escape the Bolsheviks.
A hundred years ago, Lenin and Trotsky overthrew the last Romanov Tsar and Alexander Kerensky's provisional government.
A "social revolutionary," Alexander Kerensky, won the top position in the new regime.
A Joseph Stalin B Alexander Kerensky C Aleksei Kosygin D Maxim Litvinov 5.
In 1917, he was Alexander Kerensky's secretary before the October Revolution.
A changing of the guard was also signaled when Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970), a member of the Provisional Government, took up residence in the palace.
In 1917, Russia's Bolshevik Revolution took place as forces led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin overthrew the provisional government of Alexander Kerensky.