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Alright, alright, alright. You might be wondering how I got into this situation huh?
Well, if you do insist upon knowing, it all started with Tsar Nicholas II's abolishment of serfdom..
Shortly after Russia's loss in the Crimean War, serfdom was ended and serfs were freed. Along with the abolishment of serfdom, the newly introduced Zemstvo offered a representation of the people. Nicholas II's later push for modernization involved placing many old serfs (like me) into factories, where we grew discontent due to our poor treatment.
A group of peaceful marchers and I, led by Father Gapon, went to the Winter Palace in hope of reform, but the guards were instead told to open fire on us, in what is known as Bloody Sunday. This event is what essentially started the Russian Revolution in 1905, and also is where I got injured.
Can we get some working condition reforms?
Uhh, the tzar isn't home right now
While I've been hospitalized, the constant protesting and striking resulting from Bloody Sunday caused the Tsar to declare the October Manifesto in which he promised a popularly elected Duma with real legislative power, as well as full civil rights.
After the institution of the October Manifesto, Sergei Witte was put in charge of the Council of Ministers, where he ended the revolution and started the reforms in the Manifesto.
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