Russian Revolution

Russian Revolution

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  • 1905 January 22: Bloody Sunday The peasants went to meet with the Tsar to give him the petition, as they were met by guards and soldiers which attacked them.
  • 1905 February 4: Workers went on Strikes The workers demanded higher wages and better conditions
  • 1904 February 8: Russo-Japanese War A war between Russia and Japan where Russia were defeated.
  • June - July: Landowners Houses were Looted and Burned Peasant riots became widespread. Land was seized and landowners houses were set on fire.
  • 1905 October 30: October Manifesto The Tsar created this to satisfy his people. He promised uncensored newspapers, civil rights and an elected parliament.
  • -Uncensored newspapers - Civil Rights - An Elected Parliament
  • September: Peace Treaty was Signed Between Russia and Japan The government paid back the troops and promised better conditions so they would stay loyal to the Tsar.
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