Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution

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  • Intro to Czar
  • I have all power!!!!!
  • More freedom!!!
  • Bloody Sunday
  • No more czar!!!
  • Better working conditions!!
  • March Revolution
  • Down with the autocracy!!!!!!!
  • In 1894, Nicholas II becomes Czar. Czar rules with autocracy. This means Nicholas II rules with all power. Under his rule there were many policies everyone had to follow. Some policies were secret police, censorship, and they organized persecution of Jews.
  • Czar Steps Down
  • This is the end.
  • In 1905 a march of 200,000 workers took place on the Winter Palace. This is called Bloody Sunday. The workers demanded better working conditions, more freedom, and an elected national legislature. Soldiers were sent to the protest and they attacked the workers. They killed hundreds of and outrage broke out in Russia
  • Bolshevik Revolution
  • Time to restore order!
  • In March of 1917 women workers led a strike. This strike lasted about five days . People were angry about being dragged into war and they did not want to be ruled under autocracy. 200,000 workers protested in the streets for a numerous amount of reasons. Also, soldiers were sent to stop protesters, however they end up marching with the protests.
  • "Man of Steel"
  • Czar Nicholas II renounces his throne due to the March Revolution. His family is killed and the Romanov Dynasty is ended, as well as czarist rule. A new government takes over but it only worsens the situation. People are competing for power and soviets are formed. Lenin comes out as leader of the Bolsheviks.
  • The government is overthrown by Bolsheviks. Lenin is now in power. Lenin gives farmland to peasants and control of factories to workers. Lenin also signs the Treaty of Brestlitovks with Germany to end war.
  • In 1924 Lenin dies and Stalin comes into power. Stalin begins his command in 1928. He takes control of the communist party. Stalin was announced dictator with absolute power.
  • Time to bring in communism!
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