In late August 1917, after General Lavr Kornilov’s attempted coup was suppressed, Alexander Kerensky’s Provisional Government suffered a dramatic decline in popularity. Meanwhile, the Bolsheviks, who made little effort to conceal their preparations for an armed uprising, saw their fortunes increase.
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