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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION OF 1905 THE INCUBATION PERIOD Czar Alexander II SYMPTOMS Jobs- Poverty pushed tons of people to look for work in the city (huge industrial area) Job Benefits- job quality poor and workers not provided with basic needs Policies-Gov. pushed aggressive Russification policy and many Jewish people impoverished and killed War Defeat-Russia lost Japanese Russo War, a major defeat Loss of Faith- people were discouraged as gov. seemed to be slipping after defeat Workers protesting poor wages and care THE CRISIS March on the Winter Palace- Over 200,000 workers led by Father Georgi Gapon marched on the palace with list of complaints, police fired and killed over 100; became known as "Bloody Sunday" Duma- a reform/bill introduced, liberals didn't like it all, general strikes began shutting down railroads and factories New Authority- 1906, Czar elected Petr Stoylpin as new Prime Minister, started becoming too powerful New Unions- due to strikes and uprisings, new unions started which turned into political parties "Bloody Sunday" Petr Stolypin THE FALSE HEALING Removal of Authority- Petr Stolypin asasinated because he was gaining too much power Another Duma- 3rd Duma elected, conservative interest back and liberalism was frowned upon The Illusion of the End- World War was about to start and the government was still in really bad shape, Bolshevik Party was ready to replace Czar, 1905 Revolution over, 1917 revolution about to start Russian Troops marching to front line of World War I Leadership-Czar Alexander the II wasn'tfocusing on the countries needs Emancipation Manifesto of 1861- freed the serfs issued by Czar Alexander the II Economic Slow Down- the system of serfs became and economic failure Population Growth-population more than doubled, most were serfs in rural areas
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