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Six days later, the former Tsar, addressed with contempt by the sentries as "Nicholas Romanov", was reunited with his family at the Alexander Palace at Tsarskoye Selo. He and his family and loyal retainers were placed under protective custody by the Provisional Government. The immediate effect of the February Revolution was widespread excitement in Petrograd. On 16 March [O.S. 3 March], a provisional government was announced. The center-left was well represented, and the government was initially chaired by a liberal aristocrat, Prince Georgy Yevgenyevich Lvov, a man with no connections to any official party. The socialists had formed their rival body, the Petrograd Soviet (or workers' council) four days earlier. The Petrograd Soviet and the Provisional Government shared dual power over Russia. The Soviet had the stronger case for power because it controlled the workers and the soldiers, but it did not want to be involved in administration and bureaucracy.

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>Six days later, the former Tsar, addressed with contempt by the sentries as "Nicholas Romanov", was reunited with his family at the Alexander Palace at Tsarskoye Selo. He and his family and loyal retainers were placed under protective custody by the Provisional Government. The immediate effect of the February Revolution was widespread excitement in Petrograd. On 16 March [O.S. 3 March], a provisional government was announced. ⇒6日後に、前ツァーは、哨兵らに「ニコラス・ロマノフ(王朝)」と侮蔑的に名指しされて、ツァルスコイ・セロのアレキサンダー宮殿で彼の家族と再会した。彼とその家族と家臣は、臨時政府によってその保護下に置かれた。二月革命の直接的影響は、ペトログラードで広範に及んだ騒動であった。3月16日〔旧ロシア歴3月3日〕に、臨時政府が発表された。 >The center-left was well represented, and the government was initially chaired by a liberal aristocrat, Prince Georgy Yevgenyevich Lvov, a man with no connections to any official party. The socialists had formed their rival body, the Petrograd Soviet (or workers' council) four days earlier. The Petrograd Soviet and the Provisional Government shared dual power over Russia. The Soviet had the stronger case for power because it controlled the workers and the soldiers, but it did not want to be involved in administration and bureaucracy. ⇒中道・左派の代表者は十分多かったが、政府は、いかなる公的政党とも関連しない自由主義の貴族、ジョルジ・イェフジェニエヴィッチ・リヴォフ皇太子を最初の議長とした。その4日前に、社会主義者らが自前の抵抗団体ペトログラード・ソビエト(または労働者評議会)をつくっていた。ペトログラード・ソビエトと臨時政府とは、ロシア(全土)に対する二重支配権を共有した。ソビエトは、労働者と兵士を統制したので、権力上はより強い組であったが、そうとは言え、管理や官僚(主義)に関わるような意欲はなかった。

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