Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution
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  • The Russian revolution began when The Czar Alexander the 2nd was assassinated by Revolutionaries.
  • With the growth of factories new problems arose, such as grueling working conditions, low wages, and child labor. The people affected by this organized strikes.
  • Russo-Japanese war: Late 1800's, Russia and Japan competed for control of Korea and Manchuria. They signed agreements but Russia broke them. Japan fought back and caused many Russian losses.
  • Bloody Sunday, 1905: About 200,000 workers and their families approached the Czar's winter palace. They had a petition for better working conditions and more personal freedom. The Czar ordered his soldiers to fire at them and injured thousands.
  • 1914, WW1 starts: Russia was unprepared to handle the military and economic costs. More than 4 million Russian Soldiers were killed, wounded, or taken as prisoners.
  • RUSSIA
  • While Nicholas was fighting on the war front, his wife, Alexandra ran the government. She ignored advice of the cheif advisors and began to take influence from a mysterious "holy man" named Rasputin
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