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The Final Nail: The Russians In 1916

@inproceedings{Maciejewski2016TheFN,
  title={The Final Nail: The Russians In 1916},
  author={Jeffrey J. Maciejewski},
  year={2016}
}
The events of 1916 broke Tsarist Russia, putting it on an unavoidable path to revolution, but it was not the revolutionaries that set the empire on that path. Instead, the combination of a small-scale defeat at Lake Narotch, the success of the Brusilov Offensive, the addition of Romania as an ally, and economic changes fundamentally altered Russia’s socio-economic foundation. This negative shift provided the fertile ground the revolutionaries needed to expand beyond being manageable annoyances… 

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