Kazakhstan during the February bourgeois-democratic revolution of 1917 in Russia
1. National crisis.
By early 1917, the crisis had been widely spread throughout Russia, reaching the periphery. One of the serious manifestations of the revolution in Russia was the national liberation movement 1916 year in Kazakhstan.
In February, the movement continued to grow, acquiring anti-Government in its nature. February 26, total political movement turned into an armed revolt. February 27, 1917 the February bourgeois-democratic revolution occurred.
2. The impact of the February bourgeois-democratic revolution in Kazakhstan.
The news of the overthrow of monarchy travelled around the entire territory of Kazakhstan. For Kazakh society, such a change of political regime in Russia meant hope for easing and liberalization of colonial policy.The news about the revolution and formation of the Provisional Government was favourably accepted by Kazakh democratic public.
As a result of the February revolution of 1917, two authorities appeared: