Russian Revolution & Totalitarianism Storyboard

Russian Revolution & Totalitarianism Storyboard

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  • huray for Nicholas the new czar!
  • we under estimated them!
  • get them!
  • ahhh!
  • help!
  • why are they doing this!
  • In 1894 Nicolas II becomes Czar of Russia. He rules Russia continuing autocracy.
  • The Russo-Japanese War was fought in 1904. Russia lost in 1905 for underestimating Japans military power. The war was fought
  • in January 1905 a large number of workers were injured and killed by the Czar's "Cossacks" for peacefully marching on the Czar's Winter Palace. This event is known as Bloody Sunday. All of the people there were left believing Czar Nicolas wanted this.
  • provisional government
  • overthroww!
  • In 1914 Czar Nicolas II has Russia enter the WWI. Within the first year, 4 million Russians die.
  • March 1917 was when the March Revolution took place. Also Nicolas II abdicated his throne and the Duma's leaders set up a provisional government which was lead by Alexander Kerensky.
  • The Bolshevik revolution took place in November 1917. Lenin overthrows Kerensky and the provisional government with his red guards.
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