Restoration of military censorship and other outcomes of the July 1917 uprising in Petrograd

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On July 3-5, 1917 the Bolshevik propaganda triggered an armed uprising of the Petrograd garrison units. It led to forming a new Provisional Government which launched a campaign against the Bolsheviks and their press organs ending with imposing restrictions on the freedom of the press in general and restoring of military pre-censorship. Other results of the uprising were the loss of the Provisional Government authority, the rising popularity and number of Bolsheviks in the Council, which played a crucial role in the success of the coup on October 25.

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A A Antonov-Ovseenko

Moscow Lomonosov State University

Email: anton.antonov.ovseenko@gmail.com <mailto:anton.antonov.ovseenko@gmail.com>
Факультет журналистики; МГУ им. М.В. Ломоносова; Moscow Lomonosov State University

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