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  • Russian soldiers after loosing to Japan in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905 led by Russian imperial minster of war, Alexei Nikolaevich Kuropatkin.
  • How will I be able to tell the Czar that the Japanese defeated my troops?
  • Tis' a shame indeed, how will the people react?
  • We need to revolt! Get back our rights from the Czar
  • Russia keeps on letting us down, we are poor and hungry and have lost faith in our country
  • The peaceful protest from the Russian peasants which changed drastically and became known as . . . BLOODY SUNDAY
  • We want rights!
  • We want food!
  • The czar, Nicholas II, called his solders to put down the uprising 
  • Yes, my Czar. Will do
  • How dare these peasants rebel against me!?! SOLDERS, ATTACK!
  • FIRE SOLDERS, FIRE!
  • But, we just wanted a peaceful protest. How could this happen, how could the Czar be so cruel!
  • This incident, known as "Bloody Sunday" had officially ruined the little bit of faith and trust that the people had in their Czar. After this, all of Russia was revolting and protesting against the Czar. Strikes truly exploded against Russia's cities and countryside. . . and thus, THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION had begun.
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