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Tsardom to Communism

1.1 - The importance of traditional loyalties

In spite of the huge inequalities within the Russian Empire, what were most of the Russian peasants loyal to? To their country and to the Tsar.
Were the peasants religious? Yes (even though their beliefs were often mixed up with popular beliefs and superstitions). They obeyed their priests by being patriotic to Mother Russia and thought of the Tsar (whom most of them would never see) as their father-figure.
Apart from the peasants, what/who else was loyal to the Tsar? The army
Overall, what did traditional loyalties mean in Russia in 1914? Although there were discontented elements within the empire, the structure of society gave the impression of stability and an ability to resist change.
Created by: mollyyy