Russian Revolution

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  • Russia in WWI
  • Keep moving, imbeciles!
  • I, Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov, hereby abdicate my throne in favor of my brother, the Grand Duke Micheal.
  • The February Revolution, 1917
  • Mummy, what's happening?
  • Down with the Tzar!
  • The October Revolution, 1917
  • Nice doing business with you.
  • During WWI, Russian troops were ill prepared for the horrors of war and were massacred. Total casualties amounted to a little over 9 million.
  • Russian Civil War, 1918-1919
  • In February 1917, the last tzar of Russia, Tzar Nicholas II abdicated his and his son Alexei's throne. The next in line, Grand Duke Micheal, was the tzar's brother. He decided to let the people vote on whether or not to have a monarchy. They had had enough of tzars, and Lenin took over.
  • Industrial & Agricultural Reforms of Stalin, 1928
  • Work harder!
  • In October of 1917, Lenin made peace with Germany, taking them out of WWI and leaving time to work on the revolution at home.
  • Stalin's Purges, 1934
  • You have been convicted to death by Stalin!
  • Czar Nicholas, his wife, Alexandra, his four daughters, Olga, Tatiana, Anastasia, and Maria, and his son, Alexei, were all executed on the night of July 16, 1918. His four daughters murders were especially brutal because the large number of gems sewed in their dresses prevented immediate death by firing squad and they had to be bayoneted or shot directly in the head.
  • Kill them all!
  • In 1924, Stalin took over after Lenin's death and put unrealistic goals on the farmers and factory workers in an attempt to increase the production and profit for the people.
  • In 1934, Stalin convicted approximately 1 million people to death, ironically in fear of a revolution.
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