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Lecture hall "Tverskaya XXI"
Date: March 25, Thursday.
Lecturer: Fedor Gaida, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov.
The entrance is free.
The revolutionary events of 1917 in Russia were associated with the destruction of traditional statehood and the legal system. The central political issue was the question of the supreme power and the form of government. However, it turned out to be impossible to solve it quickly and painlessly. Events developed rapidly. Over the course of the year, about a dozen government members have changed in the country. What was the logic behind these changes? Whom did the Bolsheviks overthrow? Could the Constituent Assembly have made a difference?
The lecture was organized with the support of the Russian Society "Knowledge"
Address: Tverskaya, 21