Alexander kerensky, the leader of the provisional government of russia in 1917 alexander kerensky neglected the wishes of the russian people as well as the power of the bolshevik party and therefore put an end to democracy in russia and allowed his government to be overthrown in march 1917 discontent in russia grew.
An essay on the prime minister of the russian provisional government (1917), alexander kerensky by rsomasundram in types school work, 1917, and prime minister an essay on the prime minister of the russian provisional government (1917), alexander kerensky.
Alexander kerensky was born in simbirsk, russia, on 22nd april, 1881 the son of a headmaster, kerensky studied law at the university of st petersburg in 1905 kerensky joined the socialist revolutionary party and became editor of the radical newspaper, burevestik.
Alexander kerensky was born in simbirsk (now ulyanovsk) on the volga river on 4 may 1881 and was the eldest son in the family his father, fyodor mikhailovich kerensky, was a teacher and director of the local gymnasium and was later promoted to inspector of public schools.
Without leadership, the bolsheviks missed the opportunity to maintain the revolutionary spirit and the day went to the moderates, namely to alexander kerensky, the leader of the socialist revolutionaries, and to pavel miliukov, leader of the liberal-aligned kadets. Alexander fyodorovich kerensky essay alexander kerensky played a key role in toppling the czarist monarchy immediately before vladimir lenin’s bolsheviks seized power in 1917 kerensky, the son of a headmaster, was born in simbirsk (now ulyanovsk), which was also lenin’s birthplace.
Alexander kerensky kerensky was a member of the social revolutionary party who became the leader of the provisional government in july 1917 and was overthrown by the bolsheviks when they seized power a few months later.