czar resists change: in 1881,czar alexander 2 was killed by radical student. the new czar alexander 3 stopped reforms. he cracked down on anyone who seemed to threaten his government.
crises at home and abroad: in early 1905, the Russian army killed hundreds of hungry workers who had peacefully gathered to ask for relief. Nicholas was forced to allow some reforms to take place
the march revolution; the Bolshevik revolution: in march 191, the czar was forced to step down. a year later. he and his family were executed. a provisional government led by alexander Kerensky was formed. Kerensky hoped to keep Russia in the war
bloody Sunday: 200,000 workers and their families. the people asked for better working conditions. sometimes called the bogside area of derry, northern Ireland, when British soldiers shot 28 unarmed cilvilans during peaceful protest march against internment
lenin restores order: in 1921 lenin started a new plan to rebuild the russia economy. it allowed for some private ownership of property. he also change the government to form a new nation - soviet union. and it would be run by the communist party
v.i. lenin - led by the bolsheviks revolution and he restored peace and order