The land and homes of the aristocracy were confiscated in the revolution and most aristocrats died or moved. Now after so much years, A battle is under way in Russia for the stately homes of the.
At first, the forces went by the orders but later, they also joined in the demonstration. The legislative body was forced to intervene and on 12 March, they took temporary control of power and thus a provisional government was established with the tsar getting abdicated on the same day (William et al).
Before the revolution, the Russian gentry counted short of 2 million people. The fall of the Empire resulted in them losing their privileges. Which is why the subsequent statistics failed to capture their fortunes. Especially after the Bolsheviks.
The importance of French in Russian high society did cause some cultural critics to rise to the fore and defend Russian as a European language. Denis Fonvizin's comedies like The Brigadier-General often satirized the nobility's Francophile pretenses, even as Fonvizin borrowed French dramatic forms and some of his jokes required a knowledge of French.
Plenty of aristocrats had no particular commitment to the aristocracy as a social group--they saw the extreme injustice of Imperial Russian society as well as other people did. Plenty of aristocrats were not in fact rich or in any sort of financial shape to emigrate. The tradition of partible inheritance had created a large pool of people who had aristocratic titles but no land (or, before.
Evaluating historical evidence and arguments presented by historians such as Derek Wilson, W. Lincoln, and Robert Massie, show the course of events that allowed Peter to bring western European culture into the Russian aristocracy. Contradictions have risen from historians such as Nicholas Turgenev who debate that western influences were moving into Russia from the natural flow of migration.
Sweden became a second-rate military power, and Poland was reduced in status. As a result of the victory, the Russian Empire was formed on October 22, 1721. On that day Peter was acclaimed Father of the Fatherland, Peter the Great, and emperor of all the Russia’s, by the Russian Senate, in gratitude for victory in the war.
The Russian aristocracy and gentry are a case in point. After the emancipation of the serfs many estates in infertile, central Great Russia became uneconomical as agricultural enterprises, nor did the aristocracy have the capital to develop them. With the onset of the agricultural depression in the 1870s, matters worsened. Meanwhile relations with the local peasantry were often conflict-ridden.