Causes of the 1905 Revolutions in Russia

A mind map outlining the main causes of the 1905 revolutions in Russia. Feel free to ask questions/suggest additions of corrections :)

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  • Created on: 31-01-13 19:52
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  • Causes of the 1905 Revolutions
    • Russo-Japanese War
      • 120, 000 dead
      • Failure
      • Government responsibility
    • Political repression
      • Censorship
      • Denied freedom of religious and political expression
    • Peasant misery
      • Famine
      • 1901-02 peasant uprisings
    • Heavy taxation
      • Redemption Payments
    • Incompetence of the regime
      • Underestimated the Japanese
    • Combination of three main opposition classes
      • More developed
    • Industrial recession and bad harvests
    • Bloody Sunday
      • 'Spark'
      • Peaceful protest
      • Up to 200 killed
      • "There is no God any longer. There is no Tsar."
        • Loss of faith in the Tsar

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