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Russia - Tsar Nicholas II

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Includes: - russian society in the 19th century - modernisation and industrialisation under the Tsar - domestic impacts of war - the dumas - russia at war - russia's problems - growth of opposition to tsardom

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Russian Empire Chivalry Nicholas II of Russia Russia Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece State Duma Russian Revolution October Manifesto Sergei Witte February Revolution
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Russian Empire Chivalry Nicholas II of Russia Russia Grand Croix of the Légion d'honneur House of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov Knights of the Golden Fleece State Duma Russian Revolution October Manifesto Sergei Witte February Revolution
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5% population (consisted of members of govt. and tsar and his family) (they had work - Social class 12% of population (high incomes, high privileges) - Commercial and professional middle class 1.5% ( intelligentsia, factory managers and clerks, characterised by a lack of unity, merchants were viewed with suspicion by government) - Industrial working class 4% of population (urban workers, worked long hours and earned low fluctuating wages) - Peasants 82% of population (agricultural workforce, overcrowded, high rates of illiteracy, resistant to change, financially dependent on landowners Tsarist Political Structures: - Three main bodies (state...
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