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Romanov Dynasty - Tsar Nicholas II Political, Social and Economic Problems

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Complete notes on the political, social and economic problems of Tsar Nicholas II's time as ruler of Russia.

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Russian Empire Chivalry Russia Bloody Sunday Russian Revolution Nicholas II of Russia October Manifesto Pyotr Stolypin Okhrana Russo-Japanese War Georgy Gapon Tsarist autocracy Nicholas II
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Russian Empire Chivalry Russia Bloody Sunday Russian Revolution Nicholas II of Russia October Manifesto Pyotr Stolypin Okhrana Russo-Japanese War Georgy Gapon Tsarist autocracy Nicholas II
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- Nicholas II would not consider any concessions for political reforms. - Violent terrorist activists had been around Russia for decades. - The disastrous war with Japan would be a catalyst for revolution. - In the background was Russia’s incredibly unequal distribution of wealth and social inequality. - Life was dire for most Russians at the turn of the century. - Life expectancy for workers was far below “their betters”. - In terms of health, educational opportunity and general living conditions, the majority of the country experienced squalor while a small minority lived in varying degrees of great comfort. The Countryside - In 1861, the vast majority of peasants living in the countryside were serfs. - Tsar Alexander II’...
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