Russian Revolution

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  • Absolute Monarchy
  • Soviets
  • We want higher salaries!
  • We want our rights!
  • Less work time!
  • Bloody Sunday
  • At Russia Kings are known as tzars. The tzar Nicholas ll is known as the last tzar of Russia, he was very traditional and did not like the idea of not being a divine tsar.
  • October Manifesto
  • I promise...
  • The soviets joined together and declared their rights in a paper, in which the Priest would hand into the tzar.
  • Duma
  • The priest gave the tzar a list grievances in his winter palace. Therefore, he was not there, and the priest was murdered by soldiers. Since the list was ignored, this resulted in strikes, citizens had no rights, they worked 13 hours per day and had minimum salaries.
  • Marxism
  • The tzar made a list of promises to the Russian citizens. In this list included the duma witch was a group that gave people's rights of representations. After everyone was satisfied, the tzar declared the list invalid.
  • The duma gave people's rights of representations. At first, they did not have power but later their power grew.
  • Marx wrote a book called Das Kapital which was a way of looking the world. In this book, the world was split in two parts, the proletarians, people who worked , worked and had low salaries and, the Bourgeoisie which are the people who own properties, and gain more money by working less.To solve this problem he created communism.
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