The Russian Revolution and the Soviet State 1917–1921 by Martin McCauley (eds.)

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I am the commander of the guard, your guard, which took the State Duma. Some soldiers have broken in . . My aide has been seriously injured. They wanted to kill me. I was just able to save myself. What is this? Help me I' This caused even more alarm among the excited human mass. It appears that Rodzyanko told him that he was safe and could calm himself. Kerensky began to speak at this moment. 'What has happened confirms that we must not lose any time. I am receiving reports constantly that the army is in revolt.

This decree orginated in the Ministry of the Interior but was never made public. The desire for peace was very strong in the Soviet and is mirrored in the appeal to all the peoples of the world (2/2). The ambivalent attitude of the Soviet is well demonstrated during the first all-Russian conference of Soviets (2/3). The people were informed that their first loyalty was to the Soviet and not to the government. The government's desire to honour the war obligations of the previous regime contradicted the Soviet's strongly felt longing for an end to hostilities.

Shingarev (Kadet) Minister of Agriculture A. F. Kerensky (SR) Minister of Justice The actual work of the cabinet will be guided by the following principles: 1. An immediate and complete amnesty in all cases of a political and religious nature, including terrorist acts, military revolts and agrarian offences, etc. 2. Freedom of speech, press, and assembly, and the right to form unions and to strike and the extension of political freedom to persons serving in the armed forces limited only by the demands of military and technical circumstances.

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