Short and Long term causes of the October Revolution of 1905 in Russia

Brief mindmap on the short and long term causes of the October Revolution of 1905.

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  • October Revolution 1905
    • Short-term
      • Russo-Japanese War
      • 3 factory workers fired
      • Bloody Sunday
      • Potemkin Mutiny
      • Strikes
      • Economic Slump
      • Moscow Print Strike
    • Long-term
      • Industrialisation
      • Bad working conditions
      • New, modern forces
        • Middle class
        • Industrial working class
        • Marxism
      • Tsar Nicholas II
        • Weak personality
        • Autocrat
        • Reliance on Okhrana- made him unpopular
      • Population growth
      • Peasant poverty and land hunger
      • Repression and ineffective governing
      • Lack of political reforms
      • Alienated intellectuals
      • Russification
      • Dissatisfaction in all classes

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