Opposition to Tsardom.

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Why was the fourth duma recalled in August 1914?
Poor military showing in the war despite duma support.
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When was the duma reassembled?
July 1915.
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What two organisations did the Tsar not co-operate with?
Union of Zemstva and Union of Municipal Councils.
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What did the Union of Zemstva and Union of Municipal Councils form?
Zemgor.
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What did Zemgor show?
A possible Tsar alternative.
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What did the Tsar reject?
A ministry of national confidence with its members drawn from the duma.
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Who complained about the Tsar rejecting a ministry of national confidence with its members drawn from the duma?
The Kadet leader Milyukov.
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How many out of 422 duma deputies formed a progressive bloc?
236.
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What political parties were part of the progressive bloc?
Kadets, Octobrists, Nationalists, Party of Progressive Industrialists.
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What did the progressive bloc try to persuade the Tsar to do?
Make concessions.
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What did the Tsar do in response to the progressive bloc's persuasion to make concessions?
Didn't listen to them.
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When, where and who was the Tsar and his family murdered?
1918 in Yekaterinburg on Lenin's orders.
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When was the duma reassembled?

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July 1915.

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