The 1905 Revolution.

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What were the four main aspects of the 1905 Revolution?
Bloody Sunday, Potemkin Mutiny, Soviets formed and the October Manifesto.
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When was Bloody Sunday?
22nd January.
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Who led workers on Bloody Sunday?
Orthodox priest Father Georgi Gapon.
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Where was Bloody Sunday?
Winter Palace, St. Petersburg.
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What did the workers of Bloody Sunday want?
Better working conditions and pay.
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Who did the workers seek to speak with on Bloody Sunday?
The Tsar.
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Where was the Tsar on Bloody Sunday?
Absent from Winter Palace.
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What did police do to the workers on Bloody Sunday?
Shot them and charged them with cavalry.
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How many workers died on Bloody Sunday?
Roughly 200.
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What did Bloody Sunday do to the Tsar's reputation?
Damaged it.
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What were some of the consequences of Bloody Sunday?
Terrorism, strikes, Plehve assassinated by SR terrorists, peasants seized property, Georgia declared itself an independent state, Poles demanded autonomy and Jews pressed for equal rights.
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What ship was involved in the Potemkin Mutiny?
The battleship Prince Potemkin of the Black Sea naval squadron.
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What did Prince Potemkin do?
Mutinied at sea in the Black Sea.
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Why did the crew of Prince Potemkin leave the mutiny in the Black Sea?
They failed to gain support.
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Where did Prince Potemkin travel to?
Odessa Port.
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What was already happening at Odessa Port?
An anti-government demonstration.
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What happened after Prince Potemkin arrived at Odessa Port?
Soldiers attacked the port driving thousands into the sea.
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Where did Prince Potemkin flee Odessa Port to?
Romania to find sanctuary.
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Where were Soviets formed?
St. Petersburg and Moscow.
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When did the St. Petersburg Soviet form?
October 1905.
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When did the Moscow Soviet form?
Novmeber 1905.
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Who drafted the Tsar's October Manifesto?
Sergei Witte.
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What did the October Manifesto create?
Legislative duma.
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What did the October Manifesto allow the freedom of?
Speech, assembly and worship.
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What now had the right to exist due to the October Manifesto?
Political parties.
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What became legalised due to the October Manifesto?
Trade unions.
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What two things were stormed and shut down after the October Manifesto?
The two soviets in St. Petersburg and Moscow.
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22nd January.

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