Following the end of the Great War Eastern Europe entered a period of revolution and uprisings as communist and nationalist forces tried to overturn or topple the established order in the region. Starting in 1917 with Kornilov's coup in Petrograd, the Russian Empire entered a period of turmoil that would end with the establishment of a new Russian Empire dominated by the military and extreme. After the end of hostilities on the western front the central powers the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the Ottoman Empire collapsed, leaving Germany as the dominant power in central and eastern Europe for the following decades.
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