Nikolai II Aleksandrovich known as Saint Nicholas the Passion-Bearer was the last Emperor of Russia, ruling from 1 November 1894 until he was forced to abdicate March 15 1917.
1905 1st revolution starts / Bloody Sunday
In December 1895, Lenin and the other leaders of the Union were arrested. Lenin was jailed for a year and then exiled to Siberia for a term of three years.
1914 WW1 starts Russia involved
When the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party was divided into two, one group was called the Mensheviks and the other group was the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party also known as the Bolsheviks.
1917 2nd Revolution / Work stoppage
On 22 January 1905, Father Gapon led a march to deliver a petition to the Tsar. When they got to the palace, Nicholas had his guards shoot into the crowds to make them go away. This event was known as Bloody Sunday and helped start the 1905 Revolution.
Because France and Russia were allies, when Germany attacked France, Russia was forced to join in on the war.
The strike officially began on February 18, 1917 and quickly snowballed, sparking larger demonstrations in Petrograd. The strike was known as the Putilov strike as it was started by the workers in the Putilov mill. This strike was the leading reason for the 2nd Revolution.