Events Leading Up to the Russian Revolution

  • The Great Northern War

    The Great Northern War
    1700 he felt prepared to attack Sweden With Poland and he started the Second Northern War (Great Northern War), which lasted until 1721 In 1703 Peter built a new capital, St. Petersburg, on territory that he had won.The Treaty of Nystad (1721) brought the Great Northern War to an end and gave Russia the prized Swedish provinces on
  • The Decembrist Revolt

    The Decembrist Revolt
    uppers people, including many former soldiers, started a revolt after the death of the craz, Alexander I. The revolt failed, but it provided an inspiration to succeeding generations of dissidents.
  • Czar Alexander II Emancipates the Serfs

    Czar Alexander II Emancipates the Serfs
    the first and most important of liberal reforms effected during the reign of Alexander II. amounted to the liquidation of serf dependence previously suffered by peasants of the Russian Empire.
  • The Assassination of Alexander II

    The Assassination of Alexander II
    he is killed in the streets of St. Petersburg by a bomb thrown by a member of the revolutionary "People's Will" group. The group, employed terrorism and assassination in their attempt to overthrow Russia's czarist autocracy. They murdered officials and made several attempts on the czar's life before finally killing him.
  • The Russo-Japanese War

    The Russo-Japanese War
    Was the first great war of the 20th. it went through moutions and body of waters.warm water port for navy trade.
  • The Revolution of 1905

    The Revolution of 1905
    sparked off by a peaceful protest held on January 22nd. this protest may been the realtionship in the czar people also injoyed this. the poeple wanted the czar help in mostly everything that was happening with the colde and snow over the streets.
  • World War I (Russian Involvement)

    World War I (Russian Involvement)
    had a devistating impact in russia.the Tannenburg greatly weakened the Russian Army in the initial phases of the war. growing influence of Gregory Rasputin over the Romanov’s did great deal to damage the royal family life.
  • Czar Nicholas II abdicates the Russian throne

    Czar Nicholas II abdicates the Russian throne
    what is was when strikes erupted about no food the crowds of angery people shouted "bread and peae!". the crowd speard and goverment sent troops out and restore order. a week after he gave up the throne.
  • The March Revolution

    The March Revolution
    abdication of Nicholas and the installation of a provisional government. The leader of this government was Aleksandr who was eventually forced from power
  • Bloody Sunday

    Bloody Sunday
    26 unarmed civil-rights protesters and bystanders were shot by soldiers of the British Army. mant killed and hurt.