Workers were a divided group, some had strong links with the villages, others had settled permanently in cities. Workers were divided into skills. Division of workers showed themselves in dress and manners too.
Most industries were the private property of industrialists. The government-supervised large factories. The industry was found in pockets. Many factories were set up in the 1890s when Russia’s railway network was extended, foreign investment in industry increased, coal production had doubled, iron and steel output quadrupled. Most industries were the private property of industrialists.
Russia was an autocracy. Unlike other European countries, Tsar was not subject to Parliament. Liberals in Russia campaigned to end this state of affairs.
Socialist Revolutionary Party struggled for Peasants rights
1905 was the year when the incident of Bloody Sunday took place. 100 workers were killed and about 300 were wounded. Bloody Sunday started a series of events that became known as the 1905 revolution.Answered by Vishal kumar | 2 years ago
Make two lists: one with the main events and the effects of the February Revolution, and the other with the main events and effects of the October Revolution. Write a paragraph on who was involved in each, who were the leaders and what was the impact of each on Soviet history