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Initially, Lenin and his ideas did not have widespread support, even among Bolsheviks. In what became known as the July Days, approximately half a million people came out onto the streets of Petrograd in protest, including soldiers and sailors; Lenin was unable to direct them into an organised coup. The demonstrators, lacking leadership, disbanded and the government survived. However, the Provisional Government considered it a Bolshevik coup attempt and issued arrest warrants for prominent Bolsheviks. Lenin fled to Finland and other members of the Bolshevik party were arrested. Lvov was replaced by the Socialist Revolutionary minister Alexander Kerensky as head of the government.

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>Initially, Lenin and his ideas did not have widespread support, even among Bolsheviks. In what became known as the July Days, approximately half a million people came out onto the streets of Petrograd in protest, including soldiers and sailors; Lenin was unable to direct them into an organised coup. The demonstrators, lacking leadership, disbanded and the government survived. ⇒最初のうちは、レーニンとその考え方はボルシェビキの間でさえ広範囲にわたる支持を得なかった。「7月の日々」として知られるようになったことで、およそ50万人がペトログラードの通りに出て抗議したが、その中に兵士や水夫も含まれていた。(ただし)レーニンは、彼らを組織化されたクーデターに導くことができなかった。デモ参加者は、指導者的存在を欠いて、解散してしまったので、政府は依然存続した。 >However, the Provisional Government considered it a Bolshevik coup attempt and issued arrest warrants for prominent Bolsheviks. Lenin fled to Finland and other members of the Bolshevik party were arrested. Lvov was replaced by the Socialist Revolutionary minister Alexander Kerensky as head of the government. ⇒しかし、臨時政府はそれをボルシェビキ・クーデターの企みと考えて、著名なボルシェビキの逮捕状を交付した。レーニンはフィンランドへ逃亡したが、ボルシェビキ党の他の要員は逮捕された。社会主義革命の大臣アレキサンダー・ケレンスキーが、政府の長官としてリヴォフの跡を継いだ。

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