The Events on "Bloody Sunday"
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As the peasants of Russia starved and suffered, they felt it was a time for change.
"Bloody Sunday" Revolution of 1905
The peasants came together and decided to lead a peaceful march in St. Petersburg.
We need to do something! Russia is becoming weak and we are starving while the czar lives in wealth.
On January 22, 1905, the Russian citizens led a peaceful protest, demanding change from their poverty-stricken lives.
The czar, Nicholas II, felt this and any opposition was a threat to his absolute power and ordered his soldiers to fire their weapons on them.
This is treason! Nobody opposes the great Czar Nicholas II!
The soldiers fired on the marchers, massacring hundreds of innocent people. This peaceful turned violent event is now known as "Bloody Sunday."
Around 12 years later, a man named Vladimir Lenin is determined to get justice for Bloody Sunday and overthrow the cruel Czar. he will introduce a whole new government based on the ideas of Karl Marx.
I won't let the Czar get away with Bloody Sunday after all these years and these people need JUSTICE!
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