Russian Revolution_BLOODY SUNDAY
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After Czar Nicholas II had ascended the throne, Russia became more corrupt and oppressive than before.
Czar Nicholas II's son, Alexei, suffering from hemophilia but being under the aid of monk, Grigori Rasputin.
It was 1905 on January 22, when a group of us workers marched to our wretched Czar Nicholas II's Winter Palace in St. Petersburg to make demands and ask for reform. We just wanted change.
Czar Nicholas, the Russian people are rioting outside. What do you wish to do?
SHOOT THEM DOWN!
All of us stood outside of his palace. We thought he just ignoring us, and being ignorant. Until he allowed for something devious to happen...
REFORM! WE WANT CHANGE!
Czar Nicholas II ordered an assault on us. He sent the Cossacks to come and take care of us. How could he do this?
What Czar Nicholas did was unforgivable. There were over 600 casualties including 200 dead civilians. After making that unreversible mistake, Czar Nicholas II had started a revolution.
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