The Personal Rule of Nicholas II

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-He extended church influence and discriminating against lowly backgrounds.

-13 young people were killed by a Cossack charge in St Peersburg. 1500 more were imprisoned.

The situation by 1904

-There was widespread unrest in the towns and countryside. 

-The Tsarist government offered not prospect of change and the Tsar who was easily influenced had dismissed his most competent minister Sergei…


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