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Russion Revolution Time Line

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Joseph Kidane

on 15 April 2012

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Transcript of Russion Revolution Time Line

World War II
Women and Children workers marched to St. Petersburg to peacefully protest against poor working conditions in factories. Many citizens were killed or injured by the Tsar's soldiers. This event is known as BLOODY SUNDAY 1906
The DUMA
is
abolished 1917:
There is Another march of the citizens and the government orders the troops to kill them again, but the soldiers staged a coup. March 1917
A provisional government is enforced in Russia by Alexander Kerensky. 1918:
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Russia pulls out of World War 1
when they noticed they were
weaker than Germany's army.
Lenin also promised they would
be pulled out of the war.
1917-1920:
Russian Cival war
between the reds
(communists/Bolsheviks) and the
whites(anti-reds).
The reds army consisted of communists and Bolsheviks, while the whites were opposed. 1920:
The reds win! 1921
Lenin put a N.E.P
in action allowing better trading rights to peasants while letting the government still have the majority of trade. 1922
wages had dropped to 1/10th of pre-war levels 1924
Lenin dies and Stalin and Trotsky fight for power. Stalin overpowers Trotsky in the end. Bloody Sunday 1905 2000 2010 2005 2002 March (cc) image by jantik on Flickr
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