Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution
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  • Czars Continue Autocratic Rule
  • Russia Industrializes
  • Russo-Japanese War
  • Like his grandfather Nicholas I, Alexander LLL clung to the principles of autocracy, a form of government in which he had total power.
  • Bloody Sunday
  • Rapid industrialization changed the face of Russian economy.The number of factories more than doubled between 1863 and 1900.
  • World War I
  • In the late 1800s Russia and Japan competed for control of Korea and Manchuria. They both signed a series of agreements over the territories. Russia broke them, and Japan retaliated by attacking russia. The repeated losses led to a revolt in the midst of war.
  • The Czar Steps Down During The March Revolution
  • On January 22, 1905 about 200,000 workers approached the Winter palace. Carrying a petition with a list of demands for the Czar. In return the Czar's generals ordered the soldiers to fire into the crowd, killing hundreds and wounding thousands. This provoked a wave of strikes and violence across the country.
  • Nicholas II made the fateful decision to put russia in WWI. Russia wasn't prepared to handle the costs, and suffered terrible losses. As in the Russo-Japanese war, Russia's involvement in WWI showed how weak the Czar's rule and leadership was.
  • The March Revolution forced Czar Nicholas II to abdicate his throne. A year later revolutionaries executed Nicholas and his family. The revolution succeeded in bringing down the Czar, but failed to replace it with a strong government.
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