Russian Revolution Timeline--Emma Richey
Updated: 1/31/2020
Russian Revolution Timeline--Emma Richey
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  • Alexander the 3rd 1845-1894
  • Yes, Father.
  • Geez who knew becoming a Czar required so much work! This stuff does not make sense!
  • Alexander hurry up! Stop being such a goody-too shoes!
  • Nicholas the 2nd 1894-1917
  • Please let us see the Czar! We need to talk to him!
  • Oh we have orders from the Czar alright
  • Please!!
  • Heh, yeah. Orders.
  • Bolsheviks and Mensheviks 1917
  • You guys suck!
  • Red does not make me look fat! I just like cookies man.
  • Well! Well!
  • OH YEAH? Well you have the I.Q. OF A 5 YEAR OLD!!
  • Well you're a stinky head!!!
  • Eat slugs!
  • Everyday...
  • You guys are babies!
  • Alexander the 3rd was the second son of Alexander the 2nd.. He quickly prepped for his reign by attending many classes concerning principles of laws and administrations. Once Czar, he was often ridiculed by his father but known as a good negotiator and leader. Many see Alexander the 3rd's reign as a rather eventful one. He passed away on November 1, 1894 leaving Nicholas ll the Czar.
  • March Revolution 1917
  • Give us better food!
  • We want better working conditions!
  • I kind of want to join them....
  • Why should we let you have power?!
  • Nicholas the 2nd became Czar following Alexander lll. He allowed his secret police to kill hundreds of citizens thus creating 'Bloody Sunday'. All his people lost faith in him after this historical event. Military defeated, social injustice, and incompetence and improper rules sent the Czar to abdicate his throne. On July 17th, 1918, Nicholas and his family were killed by the Bolsheviks.
  • Lenin in Control 1917-1924
  • Heh. Bread.
  • Bauguette?
  • The Bolsheviks and Mensheviks were enthusiasts who believed in many different things. They originally planned to work together to get rid of Czarism. However, differences caused them to have a big falling out and they split. Lenin was head of the Bolsheviks followed by Mortov, head of the Mensheviks. They both had very different views regarding how to get rid of Czarism which is the cause of the split. However, on November 7th, 1917 the Bolsheviks won the war.
  • Stalin 1920s-1953
  • This kid. I literally just told him my plan. 
  • Hey Stalin, it's Hitler. Remember that oath we made?
  • Women and workers of St. Petersburg wanted better working conditions and better food. The Czar denied them food and the opportunity too work. They formed a riot and were killed and injured. This uprising grasped the Czar attention and he directed his troops to fight against the uprising but instead they joined them. With that, the Czar seamlessly lost all his power.
  • YEAH!!!
  • I like a man in uniform.
  • Yeah. The Czar can deal with it! They deserve better!
  • I see you. I see you.
  • Vladmir Lenin was the head of the Bolsheviks or the "Reds"He was the head of the Soviet Union from 1917-1924. When he had come to power Lenin made a promise, a slogan, "Peace, Bread, and Land." He was also a huge follower of Karl Marx as he was a communist. He actually was a founder of the organization 'Comintern.' Lenin passed away on January 21st, 1924 due to Hemorrhagic stroke.
  • Emily! No one cares that your gluten intolerant!
  • WAAH! I don't like bread!
  • Joseph Stalin was the general leader of the communist party and a Soviet Dictator after the death of Lenin. After coming up to power Stalin had all those who opposed him killed in what's called 'The Great Purge.' At the start of WW1, Hitler and Stalin forged a oath to not attack each other but this failed when Russia rose to power. Hitler felt threatened and attacked and ruined Russia. Stalin was exiled many times and escaped many times. He died on March 5th, 1953.
  • I thought I didn't have to worry about him.
  • Oh hey Hitler.
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