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  1. Instructions • In this PowerPoint on the 1905 Russian Revolution, there are some great images…but the text is missing. Some slides have no images at all. • Option 1: Go to View…Click on Notes Page. • Option 2: Under each picture, there is some space for new text. • Add relevant notes to each slide to show the importance of the picture… • Be sure to follow the story of the Russian Revolution of 1905 so that the slides flow together to tell a story. • Be careful not to mix up information on the 1917 Russian Revolution with the 1905 one. • To get information, please use the links suggested on the Talking Points instructions…and by all means avoid Wikipedia. • Of course citations are a must.

  2. The1905Russian Revolution Ms. Susan M. PojerHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

  3. Nicholas II: The Last Romanov Tsar[r. 1894-1917]

  4. The Tsar & His Family

  5. Hemophilia & the Tsarevich

  6. Nicholas II & His Uncle, George V

  7. Causes

  8. 1. Early 20c: Russian Social Hierarchy

  9. 2. First Stages of Industrialization An Early Russian Factory

  10. 3. Weak Economy 1905 Russian Rubles

  11. 4. Extensive Foreign Investments & Influence Building the Trans-Siberian RR[Economic benefits only in a few regions.]

  12. 5. Russo-Japanese War [1904-1905] The “Yellow Peril” Map of Battles

  13. Russo-Japanese War [1904-1905]

  14. Russo-Japanese War [1904-1905] Battles

  15. Russian & Japanese Soldiers

  16. Russia Is Humiliated

  17. Treaty of Portsmouth [NH] - 1905 US President Theodore Roosevelt Acts as the Peacemaker [He gets the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts.]

  18. 6. Unrest Among the Peasants & Urban Working Poor Father GeorgiGapon: Leader of the People OR Police Informer?

  19. Bloody SundayJanuary 22, 1905 The Czar’s Winter Palace in St. Petersburg

  20. The Revolution Spreads

  21. Russian Cossacks Slaughter The People in Odessa Anti-Jewish Attacks

  22. 7. The Battleship Potemkin Mutiny [June, 1905]

  23. Results

  24. 1. The Tsar’s October Manifesto October 30, 1905

  25. 2. The Opening of the Duma:Possible Reforms? 1906 • The first two tries were too radical. • The third duma was elected by the richest people in Russia in 1907.

  26. The Russian Constitution of 1906 • Known as the Fundamental Laws [April 23, 1906]. • The autocracy of the Russian Tsar was declared. • The Tsar was supreme over the law, the church, and the Duma. • It confirmed the basic human rights granted by the October Manifesto, BUT made them subordinate to the supremacy of the law.

  27. 3. Jewish Refugees Come to America in 1906

  28. 4. The Path to October, 1917

  29. Why did the 1905 Revolution Fail?