Russian Revolution Project

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  • All seems quiet . . .
  • Nicholas II becomes czar
  • That woman coming out of her home is suspicious and so is her son.
  • Hurray! They're watching us!
  • Bloody Sunday
  • WWI
  • Nicholas becomes the czar in 1894. He continues the rule of Autocracy. All the power was ruled in his hands. He promoted censorship on everything and organized secret police to persecute all Jewish people.
  • The March Revolution
  • Down with the Autocracy!
  • Down with the war!
  • 200,000 workers marched to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg demanding better working conditions and more personal freedom and an elected legislature. Soldiers were ordered to fire into the crowd of protesters. Nicholas II promised more freedom but it never happend
  • Lenin restores Order
  • Nicholas II had brought Russia into the war. The soldiers had poorly equipped supplies and weak generals. 4 million soldiers had died and 8 million were taken prisoner. Some soldiers were even deserted or had ignored the orders. Czar had to move to the war front and leaves his wife Alexandra in charge.
  • Joseph Stalin rules
  • On March 1917, Women textile workers had led a citywide strike. Riots had broke because of shortages of bread and fuel. Many of them wanted Autocracy to be thrown out. Soldiers were sent in to shoot the protesters but instead end up joining them.
  • Russia becomes a disaster after the war happens. Lenin has a plan to restore Russia. They come up with a New Economic Policy. peasants can sell their surplus crops instead of giving it to the government and foreign investments are encouraged.
  • Stalin then becomes in charge of the Communist party. He was poised with wealth. He was known as the Man of Steel. He was also a dictator and controlled everyone's lives in Russia.
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