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Unformatted text preview: ALEXANDER III (1881-1894) ALEXANDER EXECUTION OF TERRORISTS EXECUTION (April 3, 1881) “TEMPORARY REGULATIONS ” (August 14, 1881) STATE OF EMERGENCY STATE TERROR TERROR ALEXANDER ULIANOV ’S ALEXANDER ATTAMPT ON ALEXANDER III ’S LIFE (March 1, 1887) COUNTERREFORMS (1890-2) COUNTERREFORMS ZEMSTVO CHIEFS (STATE ZEMSTVO CONTROL OVER DISCUSSIONS) PEASANT REPRESENTATION PEASANT DECREASED PALE OF JEWISH SETTLEMENT PALE (1791-1917) ANTI-SEMITIC LAWS (QUOTAS ANTI-SEMITIC (QUOTAS FOR JEWISH STUDENTS) POGROMS (1881) POGROMS NICHOLAS II (1894-1917) NICHOLAS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ZEMSTVO (“STUPID ILLUSIONS ”) ALEXANDRA SERGE WITTE (1849-1915) MINISTER OF FINANCE (18921903) STABILIZATION OF FINANCE (GOLDEN STANDART) REFORMS IN INDUSTRY (GOVERNMET ORDERS, LIBERAL CREDITS, PROTECTIONISM) TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY (18911903) HEAVY CONCENTRATION OF INDUSTRY A WORKING DAY OF ELEVEN AND A HALF HOURS (1897) 2 MILLION WORKERS (1900) 3 MILLION WORKERS (1917) 8 PER CENT ANNUAL GROWTH RATE NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA NICHOLAS RUSSIA AND IMPERIALSIM RUSSIA THE BALKAN ISSUE (SERBIA, BOSNIA, THE BULGARIA) 1879 (ALLIANCE BETWEEN GERMANY 1879 AND AUSTRIA) 1882 (TRIPLE ALLIANCE BETWEEN 1882 GERMANY, AUSTRIA, AND ITALY) EXPIRATION OF THE ALLIANCE OF EXPIRATION THE THREE EMPERORS (1887) FRANCO-RUSSIAN ECONOMIC FRANCO-RUSSIAN COOPERATION (RUSSIAN STATE LOANS) FRANCO-RUSSIAN CONVENTION FRANCO-RUSSIAN (1894) FRANCO-BRITISH ENTANTE FRANCO-BRITISH CORDIALE (1904) ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTANTE (1907) ANGLO-RUSSIAN THE CHINA ISSUE THE CHINESE EASTERN RAILWAY TREATY CHINESE (1896) LIAODONG PENINSULA (1898) LIAODONG ALLIED INTERVENTION IN CHINA (1900) AUSTROHUNGARY FRANCE RUSSIA UNITED STATES ITALY GERMANY GREAT BRITAIN JAPAN RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR (1904-5) • THE TREATY OF PORTSMOUTH (SEPTEMBER 5, 1905) • JAPAN’S INTEREST IN KOREA ACKNOWLEDGED • SURRENDER OF LIAODONG PENINSULA AND SOUTH MANCHURIA RAILWAY • SURRENDER OF THE SOUTHERN HALF OF SAKHALIN ISLAND THE FIRST RUSSIAN REVOLUTION (1905-07) • “BLOODY SUNDAY” (January 9, 1905) • GEORGE GAPON • 130 PEOPLE DEAD • POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC SLOGANS • STRIKES • SOVIETS (MayDecember 1905) • THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN REBELLION (June 1905) • THE ALL-RUSSIA STRIKE (OCTOBER 819, 1905) THE FIRST ST. PETERSBURG SOVIET (OCTOBER 10 – DECEMBER 3, 1905) TOWARDS A CONSTUTIONAL TOWARDS MONARCHY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ August 6, 1905 (DUMA) THE OCTOBER MANIFESTO (October 17, 1905) BILL OF RIGHTS OCTOBER 17TH UNION UNION ALEXANDER GUCHKOV CADETS (KADETS) PAUL MILIUKOV BLACK HUNDREDS VLADIMIR PURISHKEVICH FIFTY POLITICAL PARTIES (1906) ARREST OF THE ST. PETERSBURG SOVIET (December 3, 1905) ARMED RISING IN MOSCOW (December 1905) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE FUNDAMENTAL LAWS (April 23, 1906) THE TSAR RETAINS THE TITLE OF AUTOCRAT CONTINUES IN COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE EXECUTIVE, ARMY, FOREIGN POLICY, THE IMPERIAL COURT, AND IMPERIAL DOMAINS CALLS AND DISBANDS THE DUMA HAS THE POWER OF VETO OVER LEGISLATION THE STATE COUNCIL AND THE AND THE DUMA DETERMINE 60% OF THE STATE BUDGET DRAFT LAWS STOLYPIN’S REFORMS STOLYPIN PETER STOLYPIN (1862-1911) PETER HEAD OF THE GOVERNMENT HEAD (1906-11) INTRODUCTION OF SUMMARY INTRODUCTION COURTS-MARTIAL AGRARIAN REFORM (1906-11) AGRARIAN BREAK-UP OF THE BREAK-UP OBSHCHINAS ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ESTABLISHMENT PEASANT BANK RELOCATION OF POOR RELOCATION PEASANTS ASSASINATION (September 1, ASSASINATION 1911) DMINTRII BOGROV DMINTRII THE DUMAS THE THE FIRST DUMA (April 27 – July 9, THE 1906) CADETS (37%); OCTOBRISTS (14%); CADETS THE RIGHT (9%); THE LEFT (25%) DEMAND OF A CONSTITUENT DEMAND ASSEMBLY THE SECOND DUMA (February 20 – THE March 6, 1907) CADETS (19%); OCTOBRISTS (15%); CADETS THE RIGHT (10%); THE LEFT (43%) DEMAND FOR AN AGRARIAN DEMAND REVOLUTION COUP D’ÉTAT (June 3, 1907) COUP PEASANT AND WORKER PEASANT REPRESENTATION CUT OFF BY 50 PER CENT THE THIRD DUMA (November 1, 1907 THE – June 9, 1912) THE FOURTH DUMA (November 5, THE 1912 –- October 6, 1917) ...
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