The Events on "Bloody Sunday"

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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