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What were the long term causes of the 1905 revolution?
Autocracy, Okhrana, Spent more time with his son, long work hours,small wages,home/working conditions and not a lot of food.
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Short term causes of the 1905 revolution?
War with Japan, Bloody Sunday, food shortages and inflation
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Immediate causes?
Bloody Sunday
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What was Bloody Sunday?
In 1905 peasants marched to meet the tsar as they had minimum wages as they came to St.Petersberg they came across a crossack as the crossacks were not warned they shot 200,000 peasants.
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Describe the October manifesto
To avoid more chaos to issued the manifesto as a way to del with the issues raised. He promised freedom speech, freedom from arbitrary arrest, a Duma (national parliament), the end to censorship and the right to a political say
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Who was Peter Stolypin?
Prime minister
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Why did General Kornilov attempt to overthrow the P.G?
He wanted to continue with war with Germany without government interference
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What was the important consequence of the revolt?
Bolsheviks got weapons
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Why did the revolt fail?
Kerenski gave weapons to the Bolsheviks and they stopped him from entering at Petrograd
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Why were the Bolsheviks a strong political force by Octobber 1917?
The Bolsheviks secured a majority and increased their represtation as well as now having weapons
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War with Japan, Bloody Sunday, food shortages and inflation

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What was Bloody Sunday?

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Describe the October manifesto

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