We blame you Tsar!!!! You brought death to our country!
We are going to all go on a strike with the rest of the country and you will pay!
Don't question him! He makes the rules and no one can change that.
Ha! They think they can beat the mighty Tsar...well they have thought completely wrong
We want peace!
We want change!
No more blood!
The city blamed the Tsar for his actions and they decided to go on strike. Strikes began to erupt outside of St. Petersburg in places such as Moscow, Riga, Warsaw, Vilna, Kovno, Tiflis, Baku, Batum, and the Baltic region.
Soldiers! Soldiers! Run!!!
The Tsar never believed that his people would ever go against him and do the things that they're about to do now...
This new phenomenon was a catalyst to many more strikes in Russia, which increased until they reached a peak between 1884 and 1885 when 4,000 workers went on strike at Morozov's cotton mill
The Tsar deserves all consequences that he will face from this
They walked and walked until the sound of soldiers running frightened them and they started to run away.
Sadly most of them were gunned down by the soldiers but many got away.
The people now hate the Tsar and he can't do anything about it